The Digestive System The digestives system has many parts to it, like the mouth, esophagus, the stomach, the liver, pancreas, small intestine, and the large intestine. The digestive system digests and breaks down food into smaller particles, so the body can absorb and use it for energy. It all starts with the food in your mouth then to the esophagus (a tube that runs through your throat to the stomach). Next, the stomach then small intestine to the large intestine, after it goes to the reticulum. This system can include problems, like diarreha, and other types of problems.
Mouth Food is broken down by chewing . While chewing, saliva is added as a lubricant.
Esophagus Everything that we eat goes through here. It is also known as a food pipe.
Stomach In the stomach, the food breaks down more. Enzymes and acids makes the food semi-liquid
Liver This helps digests and absorbs fat. If we did not have a liver it will be hard to live.
Pancreas Breaks down the carbohydrates, fats, and proteins This is all for our energy
Small Intestine Protects the body from different kinds of infections. After, the liquefied food goes to the large intestine
Large Intestine This organ absorbs water and salt It also helps to excrete material