Digestive Diseases

Upper Gastrointestinal Tract

Standards Aligned System
Not cooking my produce and eating mostly fruits is what keeps my bowels moving. Livestock Evaluation - Mark Bosher. We try to eat at least servings of produce like 3 fruits and 3 veg or more veg. I can confirm that vegetables with high insoluble fiber such as spinach, cabbage, kale make me constipated, although zucchini, cucumber, yam and squash normalize my stool. Right now I am on a low residue diet and only eating soluble vegetables, mostly carrots and beets and finding my stomach so much happier. Hi, i dont know if someone can help me but i try to explain my issue that start back in with abdominal pain.

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Are you still watching? Your next lesson will play in 10 seconds. Add to Add to Add to. Want to watch this again later? The Upper Gastrointestinal Tract. Anatomy and Physiology of the Large Intestine.

What is the Small Intestine? Anatomy of the Heart: Blood Flow and Parts. Movement Through the Small Intestine: Physiology of the Stomach and Gastric Juices. Nutrient Absorption and Role In Digestion. Lipids Digestion and Absorption. What Is the Pancreas? Carbohydrate Digestion and Absorption: Regulation of Blood Pressure: Protein Digestion and Absorption Process. Passive Transport in Cells: Muscle Origin and Insertion: Life, Physical and Chemical. Practice and Study Guide. The lower gastrointestinal tract is the part of the digestive system that is responsible for the last part of food digestion and the expulsion of waste from the body.

The Lower Gastrointestinal Tract When we last left Timmy, he was playing in his backyard pretending to be his favorite animal, a chameleon. Digestion in the Duodenum We know that liquefied food and gastric juice is released by the pyloric sphincter a little at a time from the stomach into the duodenum , which is the first section of small intestine where digesting food enters from the stomach.

Lipids repel water and clump together, which makes them insoluble Lipid Digestion However, fats are a little more complicated. Absorption in the Small Intestine The small intestine can be broken down into three parts.

Try it risk-free No obligation, cancel anytime. Want to learn more? Select a subject to preview related courses: After the duodenum are the jejunum and ileum The Large Intestine and Rectum The large intestine , or colon, functions mainly to reabsorb most of the water that wasn't reabsorbed by the small intestine.

Lesson Summary So, let's review. Unlock Your Education See for yourself why 30 million people use Study. Become a Member Already a member? Earning College Credit Did you know… We have over college courses that prepare you to earn credit by exam that is accepted by over 1, colleges and universities. To learn more, visit our Earning Credit Page Transferring credit to the school of your choice Not sure what college you want to attend yet?

Browse Articles By Category Browse an area of study or degree level. Career Options and Requirements. You are viewing lesson Lesson 12 in chapter 14 of the course:. Review of Inorganic Chemistry For The Transcription and Translation The Study of Life On Browse by Lessons What Is Diazepam? Help and Review Cardiovascular System: Help and Review Blood Vessels: Help and Review Digestive System: Help and Review Urinary System: Latest Courses Computer Science Network Forensics Computer Science Create an account to start this course today.

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Tell students that they should eat fats, oils, and sugars sparingly because these foods add calories but not nutrients. Tell students that they should also consider metabolism when assessing their eating habits. Metabolism is defined as the number of calories your body needs while at rest.

A more active individual will have a higher metabolism. Explain to students that there are different ways to calculate metabolism, but all formulas give an approximate number of calories to be eaten each day. Counting calories is useful, but it is much more important to eat the right foods. Physical activity is equally important. Ask students what they learned about their eating habits and metabolism. Challenge students to eat according to the diet they devised based on the Food Guide Pyramid and basic serving information.

After students do so for a few days, ask them if they feel any different. Do they have more energy? Are they less tired?

Encourage students to continue to eat a well-balanced, healthful diet. Back to Top Discussion Questions 1. Ask students to bring in food labels from home, or supply some from your own home.

As a class, look at the labels. What information do they give? How can this information help people eat a healthful diet? What is the biggest modification each student had to make to eat a more healthful diet? Did students have to eliminate certain foods or add others? Discuss how these differences have affected their daily lives. What are proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and fiber? Why is it important to eat a balance of these substances in your diet?

Back to Top Evaluation Use the following three-point rubric to evaluate how well students grasped information about nutrition, applied that information to their lives, and participated in class discussions on the topic. Back to Top Extensions Class Cookbook Have each student bring in a recipe of a favorite food that is healthful and part of a well-balanced diet. With the help of the students, compile the recipes into a class cookbook.

If possible, plan a class lunch, and have students bring in samples of their favorite foods. Then enjoy a healthful lunch together. Dutton Children's Books, Everything you've always wanted to know about food and nutrition is packed into this title!

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