Carotenoids: Definition, Function & Benefits


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Yellow peppers and carrots contain which type of carotenoid?

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1. The type of carotenoid that provides us with vitamin A is called:

2. The green leafy vegetables contain which type of carotenoid?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess how much you know about the types of carotenoids, and which fruits and vegetables they are found in, by completing this quiz. You will need to choose the best answer from those provided.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Show your knowledge regarding:

  • The carotenoids found in specific vegetables
  • Benefits of carotenoids
  • Carotenoids that contain vitamins

Skills Practiced

Practice improving your abilities related to:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on carotenoids
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about carotenoids in peppers, carrots and green leafy vegetables
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the type of carotenoids that stabilize free radicals

Additional Learning

Move forward in your education about carotenoids by reading the lesson intended to accompany this quiz, titled Carotenoids: Definition, Function & Benefits. You will find more information about:

  • How many carotenoids exist
  • The two main types of carotenoids
  • Benefits of different carotenoids