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Let’s follow the path of a delicious ham and cheese sandwichwith lettuce and pickles as it is eaten and digested! Start atthe beginning and discuss the anatomical parts as well as thebiochemical roles that contribute to this sandwich beingturned into chemical energy. Be sure to include mechanicaland chemical mechanisms, along with how they aremetabolized in the body!What happens if one part does not function? For example,what happens to digestion if the person is missing many teethbut can't afford dentures or perhaps has a digestive disorder?1. What stress factors may cause issues in the digestive tractfor some people?2. How can a regular exercise program aid in thedevelopment of a healthy digestive tract?3. How might digestion and metabolism be different over thelife span?Let’s follow the path of a delicious ham and cheese sandwichwith lettuce and pickles as it is eaten and digested! Start atthe beginning and discuss the anatomical parts (1) as well asthe biochemical roles (2) that contribute to this sandwichbeing turned into chemical energy. Be sure toinclude mechanical and chemical mechanisms (3), alongwith how they are metabolized in the body!(4)What happens if that part does not function? (5) For thisportion of the question. Select any part of the GI system thatmay not function and discuss what may happen. It does not
have to be the teeth. This is just an example. For example,what happens to digestion if the person is missing many teethbut can't afford dentures, or perhaps has a digestive disorder?1. What stress factors may cause issues in the digestivetract for some people? (5)2. How can a regular exercise program aid in thedevelopment of a healthy digestive tract? (6)3. How might digestion and metabolism be different overthe lifespan? (7)Grodner, M., Escott-Stump, S., Dorner, S. (2016). NutritionalFoundations and Clinical Applications: A Nursing Approach,6th Edition. [VitalSource Bookshelf Online]. Retrievedfrom3/NameI.D. NumberProject 2Evaluation 32Multicultural Literature (ENGH 015 061)
Be sure to include ALL pages of this project (including thedirections and the assignment) when you send the project toyour teacher for grading. Don’t forget to put your name andI.D. number at the top of this page!This project consists of two parts, each worth 50 points for atotal of 100 points. Note that grammar, spelling, and propercitation of sources are important for this project. Refer to theappendix in this course for guidelines on writingconventions.Part AThis portion of the assignment will involve examining a pieceof literature more closely and looking at how the author’s lifeand beliefs are reflected in the writing. Writers write aboutwhat they know and observe. The time and place in which anauthor lives influences the works that he or she creates. Manyauthors intentionally include details about the time and placein which they lived as a form of social commentary.

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