Digestive System – Introduction | Biology

Digestive System – Introduction | Biology

Hello student! In this lesson we are going to cover the digestive system. When we are talking about the digestive system we are mainly focusing upon the human digestive system. So when we talk about the human digestive system, it is majorly divided into two …

Anatomy of Pharynx – Part of Human Digestive System – Human Digestive System – Biology Class 11

Anatomy of Pharynx – Part of Human Digestive System – Human Digestive System – Biology Class 11

after this of a part of digestive system I will start with exfoliation of Alementary Canal and then element canel or you can feel mouth of the first part. so let’s begin with the description of mouth. mouth is divided into two major part one …

Digestive System 5- Stomach

Digestive System 5- Stomach

– Into the stomach we go. Now, I threw on my picture of, my big picture of your entire digestive tube, just so you could remember where you are. What you know is that, really, right about here– how did I end up– what happened? …

Digestive System 4- Esophagus

Digestive System 4- Esophagus

– We’re going to spend one more section using this exact same picture, because after being in pharynx land, we move, food travels into the esophagus. The esophagus is a muscular tube that travels between the pharynx and the stomach, so it’s relatively long. It …

How does the Stomach Function?

How does the Stomach Function?

What exactly happens in our stomachs when we eat? Even before we have taken the first bite of a meal, the brain sends impulses to the stomach. These impulses start the production of secretions in the stomach and the upper part of the stomach, which …

12 Tips To Seriously Improve Your Digestive And Bowel Function

12 Tips To Seriously Improve Your Digestive And Bowel Function

Greetings. It’s naturopath from New Zealand, Eric Bakker. Author of Candida Crusher and the formulator of Canxida, the Candida dietary supplement of choice. Thanks for checking out my video today. I’m going to do a frequently asked question. I think I might have answered this …