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GUMMY BEARS                 By NaomiI chose this piece of food because I wanted to seewhat was in one of my favorite snacks.
Ingredientsglucose syrup                      Passion fruitsugar                              Aroniagelatine              ...
Nutritional Information                                                                   Starch     I chose gummy bears  ...
Food Tests                Testing for Glucose1. Put one whole gummy bear into a test tube                                 ...
Digestive SystemNow I’m going toshow what happensto the gummy bear inour body
MouthThe teeth grind and chewthe gummy bear intosmall piecesThe saliva contains anenzyme which startsbreaking down the sta...
DuodenumThe enzymes in theduodenum finishbreaking down thestarch particles intosugar particlesNow the sugarparticles are s...
Small IntestinesThey are absorbed bylittle finger-likeextensions called thevilliIt is absorbed into theblood stream to beu...
Large IntestineWhat was left comesto the large intestinesMost of the water isabsorbed here
Sourceshttp://kitses.com/animation/swfs/digestion.swf
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    1. 1. GUMMY BEARS By NaomiI chose this piece of food because I wanted to seewhat was in one of my favorite snacks.
    2. 2. Ingredientsglucose syrup Passion fruitsugar Aroniagelatine Invert sugarfructose food acidfruit extract (apple, strawberry food coloringraspberry, orange, lemon,pineapple flavorKiwi glazing agentMango
    3. 3. Nutritional Information Starch I chose gummy bears because I like gummy bears and I wanted to see what was in it. Protein It does have starch and Glucose glucose because they are both carbohydrate. It has no fat. It said it did have protein in the test. I think this is because there is only a little Fat bit of protein. There is a little pit of protein in the gelatin and the gelatin is needed to hold the gummy bears together.herhttp://www.thecaloriecounter.com/Foods/1900/19106/3/Food.aspx
    4. 4. Food Tests Testing for Glucose1. Put one whole gummy bear into a test tube Testing for Fat 1. Get a gummy bear2. Put water until about the gummy bear is covered 2. Get a filter paper3. Add Benedict’s solution into the test tube 3. Rub the gummy bear to the filter paper4. Put it in a hot water bath heated up to 80ºC 4. If the filter turns transparent, fat is present5. Keep it in for about 20min.6. If it turns orange (or yellow), glucose is present Testing for Starch Testing for Protein 1. Put one whole gummy bear into a 1. Put one whole gummy bear into a test tube test tube 2. Put water until about the gummy bear is covered 2. Put water until about the gummy 3. Add Biuret A and Biuret B bear is covered 4. Put it in a hot water bath heated up to 80ºC 3. Add iodine into the test tube 5. Keep it in for about 20min. 4. If it turns black, starch is present 6. If it turns purple, protein is present
    5. 5. Digestive SystemNow I’m going toshow what happensto the gummy bear inour body
    6. 6. MouthThe teeth grind and chewthe gummy bear intosmall piecesThe saliva contains anenzyme which startsbreaking down the starchparticles in the gummybearsThe mucus in our salivahelps us swallow the food
    7. 7. DuodenumThe enzymes in theduodenum finishbreaking down thestarch particles intosugar particlesNow the sugarparticles are smallenough to beabsorbed
    8. 8. Small IntestinesThey are absorbed bylittle finger-likeextensions called thevilliIt is absorbed into theblood stream to beused as a source ofenergy for the body
    9. 9. Large IntestineWhat was left comesto the large intestinesMost of the water isabsorbed here
    10. 10. Sourceshttp://kitses.com/animation/swfs/digestion.swf
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