fibre helps the feces to form bolus. Fibre is not at all digested in the gut. It moves all the way through the gut sticking to the feces and makes it bolus for easy passage.
fibre helps prevent constipation.
Stomata are found in the lower skin. They help make food by letting carbon dioxide pass through the leaf and oxygen and water vapour to pass out.
Food does pass through the pharynx before it goes into the esophagus and on to the stomach.
Fibre is an important component of a healthy balanced diet because it helps your digestive system to process food and absorb nutrients. It also lowers blood cholesterol and helps to control blood sugar levels, which in turn controls appetite. Insoluble fibre contains cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin. It helps your bowel to pass food by making stools soft and bulky. Soluble fibre contains gums and pectin. This type of fibre lowers cholesterol levels and controls blood sugar. That's why we need fibre to have a healthy body. Hope this could help you.
Well food does not pass through the heart, lungs, or bladder.
The actual food does not pass through the liver. However, the veins from the gastrointestinal-tract lead directly to the liver.
No. Feces passes through it. An accessory organ doesn't have food (or what was once food) pass through it. They just help with the digestion process. The accessory organs are the liver, gall bladder, and pancreas.
digested food is just molecules. undigested food is far too big to pass through the intestine wall.
Food only passes through your stomach and intestines not the appendix.
The large intestine