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So much food, I bet I can eat it all in 2 mins
You know your stomach will probably die as you eat it
Chloe was right, OWWWWWW.I think I ate too fast.
Chloe, my stomach is making all these weird noises.What is going on in there?
You are digesting food. All of it is happening in your digestive system.
No. That's why your stomach hurts. When you swallow your food, it goes down your esophagus with the help of the muscles.
When the food enters your mouth your teeth chew it and break it apart. Saliva helps break down that food even more.
I chewed everything fully,I think !?
When the food reaches you stomach it is broken down even more with acids and enzymes from the gallbladder, pancreas, and liver. While this is happening, you stomach churns all the food.
That sounds disgusting.I lost my appetite.
From there it goes to the large intestine. There, all water is sucked from the waste and then is disposed of through the rectum and anus.
From the stomach, the chyme goes to the small intestine, where most digestion takes place. The small intestine sucks all the nutrients from the chyme.
I think I gotta go! Aloha!
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