CH17digestive_urinarysystems

CH17digestive_urinarysystems - 10.2.2 Describe the role of...

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10.2.2 Describe the role of government agencies in regulating advertising claims related to health. 10.2.3 Describe the effectiveness, accessibility, and inclusiveness of a health program in supporting individual and public health. 10.3.6 Develop strategies to improve or maintain personal, family, and community health. 10.4.1 Analyze the influences of family, peers, and community have on the health and health behavior of individuals.
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 Digestion - the mechanical and  chemical breakdown of foods for use by the  body’s cells.  Absorption - the passage of digested  food from the digestive tract into the  cardiovascular system.   Elimination - the expulsion of  undigested food or body wastes. Digestion includes both  mechanical mechanical  and  chemical chemical   processes.  The mechanical portion involves  chewing, mashing, and breaking  food into smaller pieces. The chemical process involves  digestive juices that change food  into simpler substances.    The  N N ervous ervous  and  cardiovascular cardiovascular  systems also  play a major role in the  digestion process.     The nervous system  triggers the digestive  process   Nutrients are carried  through the body by the  cardiovascular system.
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