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The human body needs to take in food and water, and through an almost miraculous sequence of mechanical and chemical processes, it converts that food into nutrients that sustain all the body’s activities.
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29 minutes, Produced in 2010
The human body needs to take in food and water found in the environment, and through an almost miraculous sequence of mechanical and chemical processes, it converts that food into nutrients that sustain all the body’s activities. The digestive track alone has nine major organs devoted to this process and the renal track three. Dr. Mark Reisman provides a unique look at the anatomy and physiology of the many organs and structures of digestion. Discover the properties of metabolism and nutrition.
Chapters: Introduction, Food and the Bioweb of Energy, Digestive Organs, Food Processes and the Upper Digestive Track, Lower Digestive Track, Internal Disorders, Anatomy and Physiology of the Liver, Gall Bladder and Pancreas, Renal System, Nutrition.