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Chapter 7, Problem 9SC
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Which of the following is fare) rich source(s) of vitamin E7

  1. raw vegetable oil
  2. colorful foods, such as carrots
  3. milk and milk products
  4. raw cabbage

Summary Introduction

Introduction:

Vitamin E is a group of components, which include both tocotrienols and tocopherols. As a fatsoluble antioxidant, it interrupts the propagation of ROS (reactive oxygen species), which disperse through the biological membranes or through the fat when its lipid constituent goes through oxidation by reacting with more reactive radicals of lipid to produce more stable compounds.

Explanation of Solution

Justification for the correct answer:

Option (a) is given as ‘raw vegetable oil’. Vitamin E is found mainly in foods, which comprises fat, like raw vegetable oil. Hence, the correct answer is option (a).

Justification of the incorrect answers:

Option (b) is given as, ‘colorful foods, like carrots’. Carrots are rich in beta-carotene. So, it is a wrong answer.

Option (c) is given as, ‘milk and milk products’...

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