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  • 3rd-class English Chapter 20

    The lion walks on padded paws, The squirrel leaps from limb to limb, While flies can crawl...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 19

    There are lots of thingsThey won’t let me do —I'm not big enough yet, They say. So I patiently...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 17

    For the poem "Puppy and I", I used a variety of learning resources such as activity sheets,...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 16

    Mother, I sit by my window for hours on end, And watch the long trains rumble past, Some are...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 15

    He always comes on market daysAnd holds balloons – a lovely bunch –And in the market square he...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 14

    I found a shell, a curly one, Lying on the sand, I picked it up and took it home, Cold inside...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 13

    “Little by little," an acorn said, As it slowly sank in its mossy bed; “I am improving every...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 12

    As the poem was about birds, we played the popular game "kokku para para….kozhi para...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 11

    In this chapter we see that in the morning time everybody feels fresh and energized. The birds...
  • 3rd-class English Chapter 10

    Camel is called the ship of the Desert because he can walk on the burning sand easily. He can...

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3rd Class Chapter No 6 - Foods We Eat in Social for CBSE NCERT

As far as the body is concerned, food is made of various nutrients, and a large number of substances that have no nutrient value. Nutrients are the materials the body needs to build itself and stay in top working order. Some of these nutrients—primarily carbohydrates and fats, but also protein—provide energy. Others—protein and minerals—are building materials. Still others—vitamins and some trace elements and fatty acids—are necessary for the chemical reactions that produce energy to move muscles or carry out the regulation of body metabolism. To operate at its best, the body needs these nutrients in the right amounts. Too much or too little can—and often does—result in the body dysfunctioning. That's what we know as disease.

Understanding what food is made of is important if you are to provide your body with the right balance of nutrients. But you do not have to know every last detail of the nutritional composition of your food, or even the biochemical

Posted in 3rd on February 13 2019 at 03:29 PM

CBSE NCERT 3rd CLASS Social OTHER CHAPTERS

  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 24

    "Web of Life" paints a metaphorical picture. It suggests a vision. One can almost see lots of...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 23

    Sajida's sister gave her a very beautiful dupatta. The dupatta had beautiful embroidery...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 22

    Direction may refer to: Relative direction, for instance left, right, forward, backwards, up,...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 21

    It is wonderful for families that even those who live far away can both hear and see each other...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 20

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to drop five social science...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 19

    Animals are found all over the world. There are different types of animals such as Insects,...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 18

    A house is a building that is made for people to live in. There are many types of buildings...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 17

    I am a letter. A letter written with a pen and paper by Reena to her friend Ahmed. I was put in...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 16

    According to WHO health is defined as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well...
  • 3rd-class Social Chapter 15

    Once there was a saprrow called Phugudi and a crow called Bhanate. They were friends. One day...

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