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How Does Our Food Become Energy For Our Body To Use?
Components Esophagus Stomach Small Intestine Large IntestineGall bladder Liver Pancreas
Esophagus the tube that connects your mouth and your stomach
Stomach A stretchy bag that holds your food after you eatHelps to break food into smaller pieces so your body can use it for energy and nutrition
Small Intestine Tube that is 20 feet long. Continues to digest foodFood stays in your small intestine for 4 to 8 hours
Large Intestine Tube that is 5 feet longGets waste from small intestine Waste stays for 10 to 12 hours
Liver Factory for antibodies and bileStores vitamins and sugars until your body needs them
Gall Bladder Storage tank for bile (a greenish-yellow liquid) that helps your body break down and use fats Located under your liver Shaped like a pear
Pancreas Helps you digest food by breaking down sugars (produces insulin)
Functions Digest the food we eatTake the nutrients out of your food so your body can use it
Healthy Habits Eat foods that are high in fiber like fruits and vegetables
Drink plenty of water
Chew your food completely before you swallow
Avoid foods high in fat
Interesting Facts Food is in your digestive system for about 24 hours
Your stomach stretches when you eat like a balloon being filled with air
You have a trap door called the epiglottis to cover your windpipe when you swallow.
Your stomach mashes your food the way a baker kneads dough for bread.
Summary Functions Digests food Absorbs nutrients for the bodyComponents Esophagus Stomach Small intestine Large intestine Pancreas Liver Gall Bladder
Summary Healthy Habits Eat high fiber foods Drink lots of waterChew food well Avoid high-fat foods
Works Cited Microsoft ClipArt Microsoft Encarta EncyclopediaMy Body: Teacher Created Materials
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