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Enzymes & Digestion Digestion and Enzymes last updated 8.25.05 How digestion works Here is a very nice illustration and simple description of the digestive tract: Illustration of Gastrointestinal Tract
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Fats: We need to know the truth about fats and nutrition. We need to separate fats facts from fat fiction, truth from food industry hype, and eat nutritionally sound diets. Low-fat diets are not the whole story. It should also be noted that the average dairy cow requires more than 4 liters of water for every liter of milk produced. Send feedback, pose or answer questions about nutrition: Contact Directory: What's the skinny truth on fats?
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Cleaning Product Alert "The Board of Health recently issued a statement that there is such a high degree of formaldehyde in our bodies that, when we die, we no longer decay." The air inside your home is an extension of your lungs. You eat approximately two to three pounds of food per day, drink about three pounds of liquid, and breathe 15 pounds of air. You can live 40 days without food, three days without water, but only three minutes without air. Whatever you eat goes through a digestive system enabling your body to separate nutrients and waste material.
Vitamin C, Linus Pauling Institute's Micronutrient Information Center To receive more information about up-to-date research on micronutrients, sign up for the free, semi-annual LPI Research Newsletter here. Vitamin C English | Español Summary Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin.
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