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The first part of the digestive system is when the food is put into you mouth and then your teeth break them down so your salvia covers the food and the mucus helps the esophagus squeeze the food and push it to your stomach.
Then your food will travel from your mouth through your esophagus into your stomach.
Now that your food is in your stomach, the digestive juices will then turn into chyme which is a mixture of your food that you have consumed and the acids in your stomach.
Once the chyme starts to travel, it will go through your small intestine which is a long narrow tube that is 7 meters long. The villi inside of intestine will then start to slow down the chyme and absorb the nutrients from the chyme.
Now that the food has moved in your system anything that was left in your small intestine will count as waste. Then the chyme is in the large intestine which is actually shorter than the small intestine it is just wider. The large intestine then takes out the water from the digested chyme.
And then there comes the final stage where your blatter cannot hold anything else and will then have to empty itself by sending "messages" to your brain
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