The Digestive and Excretory system
Read this to learn about the Digestive and Excretory system
The Digestive system
The digestive system, eats the food that gives you energy to do some of your daily activities. It breaks the food down into nutrients and absorbs them into your blood. The digestive system process begins in the mouth where you chew the food. Next the food is then swallowed and goes down you esophagus. Then into your stomach where it turns into nutrients. This provides your body with energy that fuels your activities. Finally into you small and large intestines, the food passes into the small intestines into your bloodstream. The food that can’t be digested is put into the larger intestine, where the water is moved into the bloodstream.
The Excretory System
"The excretory system helps our bodies rid of the waste our digestive system cannot use the bathroom like peeing or pooping.
If the excretory system stopped working you would not be able to pee or poop. your kidneys will also not work and you will be in a lot of pain. Also if you don’t go pee or poop when you have to if you don’t it will start as your urine would turn brown and it won't come out. then you will have to go to a doctor because it is poison to your body.- The Expert group document. If your excretory system gets infected than it has a 25 out of 100% chance of complete system failure. You have an even bigger chance of kidney or bladder shut down than than complete failure - My grandma Connie who happens to be a nurse.