The Digestive System By Carson Savage

Digestive system

:Esophagus Liver Stomach Small intestine Large intestine and Gallbladder.

The digestive system

Esophagus:behind the windpipe, its like a stretchy pipe that's about 10 incheswatch your weight eat right toss your cigarettes and drugs.keeps food from running down your windpipe.

Liver:Its located below the diaphragm in the right upper quadrant,it cleans your blood it stores energy in the form of sugar called glycogen,Be active live healthy.

Stomach:Left side of the upper abdomen,Breaks down food we eat, and don't rush your food.

Small intestine:It breaks down your food mixture it cleans your hole digestive system.

Large intestine:From your small intestine to your large intestine, it pushes the poop into the rectrum, eat fiber rich food.

Gallbladder:under the liver on the right side of the abdomen, try many butter alternatives make sure it does not contain tranfats.

Bounus information

An adults,stomach can hold approximately 5 liters of material.

1.7 liters of siliva is produced each day.

Problems:Heart burn gerdibs blouding diarrhea gas stomach pain stomach cramps constipation nausea vomiting pain in the belly swallowing problems weight loss or gain gallstones.

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