Digestive System By : Dominic Ramos

Body parts of the DiGestive System

Your Esophagus is a stretchy pipe that is about 10 in long it is at the back of your throat. The Esophagus moves food from the back of your throat to your stomach.

The liver is by your heart. The liver Stores energy in the form of a sugar called glycogen. To protect your liver eat healthy and don't smoke.

Your Stomach which is attached to the end of your Esophagus the Stomach is shaped like the letter J. Your stomach sends different juices that help you digestive food.

The Gallbladder is a small pouch that stores bile . The Gallbladder release bile into the duodenum to help digest fats in the food you eat.

eat lots of fiber and vegetables.

Your small intestines is lower in your body. It makes your food very water and thin. Don't eat something big other wise it will get stuck in your small intestines.

You can help your digestive by drinking water and eating a healthy diet that includes foods rich in fiber. The large intestine help get rid of the body's waste. The large intestine is connected to the small intestine and it is about 5 feet long.

How to Take care of your digeStive SYSTEM

  1. Eat high fiber
  2. Eat lean meats
  3. Don't smoke and don't drink alcohol also don't eat that much caffeine.
  4. Limit foods with high in fat.
  5. Stay hydrated.
  1. What does the Gallbladder do.
  2. What is the name of sugar that the liver makes
  3. How long is your large intestine.

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