Which dietary component is unlikely to be deficient in a meat-free diet?

  1. fat
  2. fibre
  3. protein
  4. vitamin D​

Answer: B


Fibre is a very important part of the defence of this is because it is undigested in the human alimentary canal but it it is is able to absorb a large amount of water. As a result of this it makes soft meaning of the stool easier and hence prevents constipation to take place.

However there is very little amount of fibre in the meat and hence if a person doesn’t consume meat he won’t suffer from deficiency of fibre.