CBSE Class 6 Science Components of Food MCQs Set C

CBSE Class 6 Science Components of Food MCQs Set C. Revision worksheets, Sample papers, Question banks and easy to learn study notes for all classes and subjects based on CBSE and NCERT guidelines. Students and parents can download free a collection of all study material issued by various best schools in India. 

Components of Food 

1. The ingredients of food contain some components that are needed by our body. These components are called ____________ 

a. Nutrients 

b. Energy giving 

c.  Body building 

d. Resistance giving 

2. The major nutrients in these foods are 

a. Fats  

b. Carbohydrates 

c.  Proteins  

d. Vitamins and minerals  

Class 6 Science MCQs-Changes around us (2)

3. The major nutrients present in the following food stuff is 

a. Fats  

b. Carbohydrates 

c.  Proteins  

d. Vitamins and minerals 

Class 6 Science MCQs-Changes around us (2)

4. Take a small quantity of a food item or a raw ingredient. Put 2‐3 drops of dilute iodine solution on it (Fig. 2.1). Observe if there is any change in the colour of the food item. If it turns blue‐black it shows the presence of _____________. 

a. Starch 

b. Carbohydrates 

c.  Proteins  

d. Vitamins and minerals 

5. The main carbohydrate found in our food is in the form of___________&__________. 

a. Vitamins and minerals 

b. Starch and sugars 

c.  Dhals and grams 

d. Oil and ghee 

6. Grind or mash a small quantity of the food item. Put some of this in a clean test tube, add 10 drops of water to it and shake the test tube. Now, using a dropper, add two drops of solution of copper sulphate and ten drops of solution of caustic soda to the test tube. Shake well and let the test tube stand for a few minutes. A violet colour indicates presence of__________in the food item. 

a. Starch 

b. Protein 

c.  Fats  

d. Minerals 

7. Main function of Carbohydrates and fats in our body is  

a. To provide Energy  

b.  Body building 

c.  Protecting body against diseases 

d. Keeps bones and teeth healthy

8. Dietary fibres are also known as ___________. 

a. Starch 

b. Protein 

c.  Fats  

d. Roughage 

9. Main function of Roughage in our body is: 

a. To provide Energy  

b. Body building 

c.  To get rid of undigested food. 

d. Keeps bones and teeth healthy

10. For growth and maintenance of good health, our diet should have all the nutrients that our body needs, in right quantities. The diet should also contain a good quantity of water and roughage. Such a diet is called as __________. 

a. Obesity 

b. A balanced diet 

c.  Deficiency disease 

d. Fruits and vegetables 

11. Some nutrients get lost in the process of cooking and preparations. If the vegetables and fruits are washed after cutting or peeling them, it may result in the loss of some  

a. Starch 

b. Carbohydrates 

c.  Proteins  

d. Vitamins  

12. Which vitamin is lost during cooking? (Hence it is important to include some fruits and raw vegetables in our diet) 

a. Vitamin A 

b. Vitamin B  

c.  Vitamin C  

d. Vitamin D  

13. ____ People have less fat in their body. 

a.  Giant 

b.  Thin 

c.   Obese 

d.  Dwarf 

14. Which of the following is a source of both calcium and phosphorus? 

a. Leafy vegetables 

b.  Sugar 

c.  Milk 

d.  Banana



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