What Is Zinc? - Benefits, Foods & Deficiency Symptoms

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The food with the highest zinc content is

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1. Excessive zinc intake can negatively impact which heart disease biomarker?

2. Which group is not commonly considered to be at risk for zinc defiency?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These assessments will examine your knowledge of topics like the effects of unrestrained zinc intake, the effects of a lack of zinc, foods with zinc, and bodily functions that require zinc.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Our aim is to test your knowledge of:

  • Foods that contain the most zinc
  • Negative effects of too much zinc
  • Negative effects of insufficient zinc
  • The age demographic rarely at risk for zinc deficiency
  • Bodily functions that demand zinc

Skills Practiced

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about the human body in a different light
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding zinc as a necessity
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about zinc's characteristics

Additional Learning

To access more information about zinc, read our affiliated lesson by the name of What Is Zinc? - Benefits, Foods & Deficiency Symptoms. Let this lesson be a guide of the following as you study:

  • Zinc's benefits
  • Foods containing zinc
  • Zinc supplements
  • Zinc deficiency symptoms
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