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Running head: HUMAN DIGESTION 1 Human Digestion Artina Houston SCI/241 July 15, 2011 Dr. Eichmann, RD
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HUMAN DIGESTION 2 Human Digestion Do you ever wonder what happens to your food once it is in your mouth? Well I know that I have and soon you will know just what happens to the food that we eat. “For us to use the food that we eat the body has to break it down into smaller portions so it can be process or turn into excrete waste.”(www.enchantedlearning.com) It is very important that everything works in the digestive system, which is a basic functions, the path and disease of the system are vital to daily life. I’m going to take you on a journey and try to explain the digestive system on the way. There are a lot of functions of the digestive system, which is also called the gastrointestinal tract or the alimentary canal. The work begins when it enters the mouth; here is where the teeth, tongue, and salivary glands break down the food. They are the first ones to begin the digestive process which transform into a bolus. The food is broken down into different types of energy sources that parts of the body can use. Then the food goes down into the
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This note was uploaded on 08/14/2011 for the course CRIMINAL J cis taught by Professor Akmid during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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