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How The Circulatory System Works With The Digestive System

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Arianna W.

on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of How The Circulatory System Works With The Digestive System

How do both systems help the human body?
Both systems are vital to help the human body function the way it does. Like many systems in the human body, the circulatory system and the digestive system work together. But then you wonder: How? Are these even related? Well, to answer your question, yes, the circulatory system and the digestive system help each other out. Since the circulatory system transports blood and nutrients, it also transports the nutrients made by the digestive system.
The Circulatory System
What is Lymph?
Lymph is the fluid that runs through the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is part of the circulatory system, made up of lymphatic vessels. Lymphatic vessels are vascular ducts that carry lymph, which is eventually added to the venous blood circulation.
The Digestive System
Any Questions?
1. What makes up the circulatory system? Why do you think they are important to the circulatory system?
2. What does the digestive system make when it digests food and why is this important in the digestive and/or circulatory system?
3. What are the two main reasons the circulatory system and digestive system interact?

How The Circulatory System Works With The Digestive System
How does the Digestive System help?
The organs in the digestive system need the circulatory system to continue to digest food. It needs the blood that the circulatory distributes for its nutrients, as well as to have the nutrients spread, so that the body functions evenly.
How does the Circulatory System help?
The circulatory system needs the digestive system because without it, it would not be able to distribute nutrients to the body. After all, the nutrients the digestive system makes would not exist!
What Is The Circulatory System?

The circulatory system is the system that pumps blood through the blood body. It consists of the heart, blood vessels, blood, lymph, lymphatic vessels and glands.
What is the Digestive System?
The digestive system is the system that helps the body digest food. It consists of the liver, the stomach, the gallbladder, the large intestine, the small intestine, the pancreas, the stomach, the rectum, and the esophagus. Together, these organs help food digest.
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