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Relationship Between Circulatory System And Digestive System In White Rat
Systems: The circulatory system is the system consisting of your heart and blood vessels. This system transports oxygen and nutrient to the body and waste products to the organs that eliminate them. The Digestive system is where oral intact is broken down into absorbable particles. These particles are then absorbed into the blood to be transported to the body by the circulatory system. ...Read more
How does digestive system work together with lymphatic system? The relationship between them? Thank you
GALT: A large proportion of our lymphatic system surrounds the GI tract and is called the Gut-Associated Lymphatic Tissue; it is one of our body's first line of defense against infections as there can be many harmful microbes in our GI tract. For more information see http://www. Vivo. Colostate. Edu/hbooks/pathphys/digestion/basics/gi_immune. Html ...Read more
None.: Belly button is the scar formed after your umbilical cord was cut at birth. It has nothing to do with your digestive tract and is internally loosely connected to your liver via a ligament. ...Read more
Diseases lungs, gut: There are a great number of diseases that can attack these organ systems. This is a very complex question. You need to ask more specific questions. ...Read more
What relationship exists between cardiovascular diseases and the circulatory system? Is it just clogging of the arteries?
I am 25 now. I have not good digestive system (no pain but fairly loose stool), etchy ear, fairly blocked nose (more at nights). Is there any connection?
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Food route: Chew in mouth, stomach mixes and meters out into duodenum and then into small intestine for absorption. The residual makes it into the right part of the colon within an hour or less in most people. Then over the next 1-4 days it slowly moves toward the rectum where it is slowly dehydrated (no digestion takes place in the colon, except bacterial degradation), eventually expelled ...Read more
About 24 Hours: Food is broken down by chewing & digestive enzymes in mouth & swallowed down esophagus to stomach where more enzymes & acid chemically break it down further. Passing into the 40 feet long small intestine where bile from the liver neutralizes acid & breaks up fats. Pancreatic enzymes break down starches. The remaining waste has water resorbed & is eliminated as stool. It takes about 24 hours. ...Read more
Unclear question: What symptoms do you have? Have you had unintended weight loss? Any nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, blood in stool? The issue may not be suitable for this forum as it requires taking a history, physical examination, lab tests and may be imaging studies. Please consult your doctor. ...Read more
Nothing good: Pop/Soda is a carbonated sugared drink which is to be avoided as much as possible. It has lots of Fiz which makes acid in tyhe stomach to move up into your food pipe (esophagus where it does damage to the lining which has long term consequences. Plus most pop drinks are excessively sugared which cuses undesirable weight gain. So get off of it and drink water or skim milk if you don't like water. ...Read more
Usually: One of the beauties & wonders of the human body! ...Read more
Nutritionist needed: This question is so broad that I am not sure we can help you here. You did not describe what you mean by 'poor digestive system'. That could be a thousand different things. These type of questions are best answered there in your home town with someone who knows your history and the foods that are easily accessible to you. ...Read more
No: There are no health benefits from "detoxing". There are no substances that "build up" in your colon. This is a fad generated to sell products, books, and services. ...Read more
I'm trying to lose weight, but I'm afraid that I might permanently damage my digestive system. Any thoughts?
Weight loss is good: There is not any significant risk to your digestive system from weight loss. Starvation or rapid weight loss can cause fatty liver. Many weight loss supplements, in addition to being ineffective, have compounds in them which can occasionally cause liver damage. Low carb diets can cause constipation and other health problems. ...Read more
People have consumed raw milk throughout history until the relatively recent advent of pasteurization.
Raw whey protein is easier to digest and absorb than whey protein that has been pasteurized.
When milk is heated it changes the 3-dimensional configuration of the proteins which makes it more difficult to digest for some people.
See http://tinyurl. Com/jc47msn ...Read more
Physiology: This cannot be answered in this short a space. All the organ systems in the body interact, most commonly with feedback mechanisms. Get a physiology textbook and begin reading. It may take you some time, particularly if you are not a biology student. ...Read more
In your throat!: Your digestive tract and respiratory tract are very connected. You eat and breath through your mouth :). Significant problems in you upper GI tract (esophagus and stomach) can have very real impact on you respiratory tract! Example, people with bad reflux can have worsening of their asthma. There are many more examples. ...Read more
Probably not: The one issue is that the oil and butter used is very high in calories. ...Read more
1. Can slimming diet damage digestive system? 2. Can damaged digestive system be a source of urticaria?
Yes and maybe: If the slimming diet is healthy and balanced, no. If it is lacking in certain nutrients, or is being assisted by laxatives or diet pills, then yes. Any stress on the body (including the metabolic stress from a bad diet) can produce hives, but so can many other conditions, such as allergies, so be on the alert for food or environmental allergens. Hope this helps! ...Read more
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