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The digestive sysetm

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Ava Shuck

on 5 January 2015

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Transcript of The digestive sysetm

The digestive system is where many parts in your body are, example: vitamins, nutrients, and minerals are absorbed.
Mr. R's video

How the digestive system works
This digestive team is composed of many hollow passageways that starts at your mouth and ends at your anus.
Digestive system video
Fun Facts
>The large intestine is approximately 4.9 feet
>The liver produces bile for the digestive system and processes the nutrients
>The gall bladder stores the bile used to break down fat in your body
esophagus- the muscular tube in your body that is about nine inches long
rectum-the last part in the large intestine
The digestive sysetm

Digestive system parts
Some of the different parts of the digestive system is the
, liver, stomach, and the
. Did you know that the digestive system is a combination of organs responsible for the breaking down of food and it's transformation into energy.
Food is important. So eat healthy
The digestive system pictures
The length of your digestive system from your mouth to your anus is approximately 30 feet long.
Factors such as stress, lack of sleep, antibiotics, illness, aging and bad diet choices can sometimes lead to an imbalance of the bacteria in your digestive system
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