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The digestive system f

  1. 1. By: Peace K., Mackenzie C., Joshua L., Sierra P. The Digestive System
  2. 2. - Mouth : Where food is chewed and broken down into smaller pieces - Esophagus : Tube that connects the mouth to the stomach, foods also travels down this - Stomach : Breaks down food and digests foods - Live r: Produces substances that breaks down fats, removes harmful substances from the blood, stores vitamins - Gall Bladder : Stores and releases Bile - Pancreas : Makes enzymes Major Organs
  3. 3. . More Major Organs -Small Intestine : Absorbs the nutrients from digested food. - Large Intestine : Stores feces and absorbs water
  4. 4. The Food Path First food enters the mouth. In the mouth food is chewed and broken down into smaller pieces. After food is chewed its is swallowed where it travels down the esophagus. The food will travel down the esophagus in 4 - 8 seconds. Juices are produced in the esophagus to help food travel down easier. After traveling down the esophagus food enters the stomach. In the stomach food is digested by juices while the stomach grinds the food into smaller parts. The digested food enters the small intestine where nutrients are absorbed into the blood stream. Food them moves to the large intestine where it waits to be realsesed. Food is then released thought the excretory system. The digestive systems main function is to digest food and absorb the nutrients from the food so that we can get our energy to function.
  5. 5. Team Work The Digestive System works with the the excretory system. The digestive system works with the excretory system by holding the waste from digested food and passes the waste to the excretory system. Without the excretory system the large intestine would be filled with waste and without the digestive system the excretory system would have nothing to get rid of.
  6. 6. Diseases/Disorders Colon or Rectal Cancer: The malignant cell found in the colon/rectum region of the body, Known as colorectal cancer. The cancer is the second leading cause of death in the U.S Stomach Cancer: Also called gastric cancer develops of a diet that consists of; eating large amounts of smoked foods, salted fish and meat, food high in starch and low fiber, and pickled veggies
  7. 7. Advancments in Medicine Diarrhea -When your body passes loose stool. -Can be caused by foods like milk, medicines such as antibiotics, and sicknesses that affect the stomach -Scientist have made medicines like pedialyte Ceralyte or Infalyte along with other prescription meds Crohn’s Disease -Inflammation of parts of he digestive tract -Treatment of Crohn’s Disease depends oh how sever the the disease is, what art the disease is located, and other problems you have from the disease. Treatments are vitamins, minerals, surgery, or drugs
  8. 8. Environmental Factors <ul><li>Smoking </li></ul><ul><li>Heartburn: Smoking can also cause the movement of stomach juices that splash against the esophagus. </li></ul><ul><li>Peptic Ulcers:An open sore in the lining of the stomach. </li></ul><ul><li>Liver Disease:Smoking can aid in the coarse of liver dieses along with much alcohol intake. </li></ul>
  9. 9. References/Credits Internet “Your Digestive System and How it Works” Ehow, 1-11-11. “Digestive Disorders” Digestive Disorders 1-11-11 www.digestiveSystemDisorders .Com Encyclopedia Digestive System World Book D-5 2010 Books Hoffman, Gretchen. “Digestive System”. Tarrytown, NY: Maschall Cavendish Corperation, 2009 Ballard, Carol “The stomach and Digestive System” 1997, Austin TX