July 21, 2006, Newsletter Issue #25: How the digestive system works

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In order for the human digestive system to function as it should, there are several factors which all need to fall into place. Digestive juices, such as saliva and stomach acid, are produced to start the breakdown of food. Friendly flora found in the small intestines needs to be abundant and in proper balance. Bile, which is produced in the liver and stored in the gallbladder, breaks down fat and needs to be produced in an adequate level. Eating an unbalanced diet can affect the health and function of the digestive system. There are several hormones which are produced during the digestive process, which help regulate hunger and the production of digestive juices. For optimal health of the digestive tract, consider the use of digestive aids, such as colostrum, which help your system achieve optimal health and functionality.

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