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GI Tract
   
DIgestive Tract Model Chart (9) by GreenFlames09 on Flickr

Food digestion starts by entering your mouth when you  chew
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DIgestive Tract Model Chart (7) by GreenFlames09 on Flickr

Once you swallow, the chewed food travels down the esophagus to your stomach
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DIgestive Tract Model Chart (5) by GreenFlames09 on Flickr


The food then begins to be digested in your stomach
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Oesophagus-Stomach (4) by GreenFlames09 on Flickr

This is the lining of the stomach showing the cells that make up the tissue
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DIgestive Tract Model Chart (6) by GreenFlames09 on Flickr

The liver and gallbladder make and store bile which helps break down the food into smaller particles
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DIgestive Tract Model Chart (4) by GreenFlames09 on Flickr

The pancreas secretes enzymes that help break down the food further into small particles
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DIgestive Tract Model Chart by GreenFlames09 on Flickr

The food travels in the small intestine before it ends up in the colon

The waste products leave our body through the rectum
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Muscle Man (1) by GreenFlames09 on Flickr

This show all the organs and their position in your body
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