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The digestive system
Updated: 9/24/2020
The digestive system
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  • First you eat food and put it in your mouth and chew it in to tiny peices.
  • Then the pieces of food get swallowed were there are special throat muscles that force the food down into a long tube that leads to our stomach called the esophagus.
  • Food hangs out in the stomach for about four hours. While the food sits in the stomach, the enzymes start breaking down things like proteins that our bodies can use.
  • The first part of the small intestine works with juices from the liver and pancreas to continue to break down our food. The second part is where the food gets absorbed from the intestine and into our body through the blood.
  • The last stage is the large intestine. Any food that the body doesn't need or can't use is sent to the large intestine and later leaves the body as waste.
  • The last stage is the large intestine. Any food that the body doesn't need or can't use is sent to the large intestine and later leaves the body as waste.
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