Digestive System By Daniel tschida

Body parts for the digestive system.

The Esophagus: Sends the food you eat to your stomach. The esophagus is located by the mouth.

The Liver: Cleans your blood and produces an important digestive liquid called bile stores energy in the form of a sugar called glycogen. The liver is located by the stomach.

The Stomach: Stores the food you've eaten and breaks down the food into a liquidy mixture and slowly emptys that liquids mixture into the small intestine. The stomach is located by the liver and the esophagus.

The Small Intestine: Breaks down food mixture more so you can absorb vitamins, minerals, proteins and carbs. The small intestine is located by the large intestine.

The Large intestine: absorbs water and some minerals and gits rid of wast. The large intestine is located by the small intestine.

The Gallbladder: stores bile ontill the body needs it. The gallbladder is located by the liver and the stomach.

Pancreas: makes juices that helps the body digeste fats and protein. The pancreas is located by the stomach.

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