Two Systems That Work Together

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Digestive and Urinary Systems

The digestive system and the urinary system are two very important systems for the human body. The digestive system helps use break down food to help nourish our bodies and give us energy. The urinary system helps are body gets rid of any waste produces that our body and digestive system doesn’t use. This paper will explain these two systems and how they work.

The digestive system consists of seven parts in digesting food. The first part in digestive system starts in your mouth. (In the digestive process starts even before you even start to eat.) ( (When you smell the aroma of the food your brain sends a signal to your brain, then that signal goes to your mouth that puts your saliva glands into work producing the saliva that helps break down the food you chew.) ( The time food enters into your mouth the saliva instantly starts breaking down the food particles. To make the food easier to digest your teeth help make the food particles smaller and easier to swallow, and for better absorption.

Now that you have broken down the food your tongue helps move your food to the back of your mouth. In this process the food moves to the start of the Esophagus. When the food that is ready to be farther digested your (Esophagus closes the passage ways leading to your lungs so the food goes to the stomach.)( When the food travels down the Esophagus to your stomach, (the sphincter valve that naturally stays closed opens to allow the food to enter the stomach.)(

The stomach is now playing it role into the digestion system. This is where food is stored until the food is full broke down.(The stomach breaks down the food even further, the muscles and gastric acid move the food and breaks down even smaller, and kills any bacteria that entered with the food while chewing and swallowing.)( After this process is done the food you have eaten is like a paste. This will be where your...
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