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All about the Digestive System

Posted September 07, 2018 07:10:53 I’m not a doctor but I’m a bit of a sports fan.

The way I watch sports, and what I read, is largely influenced by the way that I digest my food.

So I’ve always had an interest in nutrition.

I was very impressed by the amount of research that was done on digestsive system dysfunction.

But the way it is depicted in the medical literature is a little bit skewed.

The research was done mostly on the digestive tract, not on the muscles.

So, we had a little gap of time where we were able to do the research, but not to the extent that we needed to do it.

The research was focused on the GI tract, but there was a little discrepancy in the way the research was presented.

For example, in the Journal of Applied Physiology and the American College of Gastroenterology, which is the journal of the American Academy of Gastroscopy and Nutrition, the study that’s cited is from a group that looked at a group of people that had a disease of the digestive system called Crohn’s disease.

And it said that the amount that was absorbed into the bloodstream and that was then metabolized was dependent on the number of toxins in the body.

So, the problem was that that study looked at the gut, not the muscles, and it wasn’t a big enough sample size to really determine how much the GI tracts were affected.

And the problem is, we know that a person’s digestive tract is very important in the process of digestion.

If there’s any dysfunction, it can affect how the digestive tracts actually work.

So we thought that we would really be able to see what was happening in the digestive systems.

The researchers looked at stool samples taken from different people and then looked at what was in those samples.

So what they found was that, in some cases, the amount absorbed into a person was a function of the number or types of toxins that were present in the stool.

In other cases, it was not.

So in other words, what we had, in this study, was a picture of how the GI system was affected.

The takeaway is that the GI is actually the body’s way of storing energy.

It’s the way in which the digestive enzymes are processed.

So when something has a high concentration of toxins, the enzymes in the gut begin to degrade the food that’s being ingested and get rid of them.

If we are eating too much of that toxin, the body is going to be very stressed.

That means that the body has a need to release energy from that body’s tissues and metabolize it.

And that is where the energy is coming from.

The body can’t store it all because of the stress.

So it’s actually a balancing act.

The GI tract is the body that’s trying to make sure that it’s not getting overloaded by toxins and is not being overloaded by the stress of the environment.

So the GI, the gut is a great place to look at what is happening with our digestive system because it’s where the toxins that are in our system are being metabolized.

So the GI doesn’t just metabolize toxins, it also metabolizes food.

The GI is also a process where the body uses sugars to break down the food.

If you have a disease that affects the gut and has a low percentage of healthy bacteria, the GI can get very overwhelmed.

It can become more acidic and can cause the body to release more toxins.

So that can cause a spike in inflammation and damage.

The fact that the studies looked at one area of the GI also makes it hard to generalize.

The studies that looked specifically at the GI were focused on one group of patients.

So you might see this in a clinical trial and a trial that’s not focused on a group and a group without a specific condition.

So if you have some patients with inflammatory bowel disease, that would be an example of a study where the GI and inflammatory bowel disorder are considered.

The study might look at one condition and a different group, or it might look specifically at inflammatory bowel.

But the general consensus is that if we have a specific type of disease that is causing a GI tract issue, we should look at the gastrointestinal tract in general.

If the GI area is not responding to the stress that’s occurring in the environment, then the GI might be damaged.

It might be compromised.

And if that’s the case, we need to look into the other parts of the body as well.

So what is the GI?

The GI area refers to the area of your digestive tract that you’re eating.

And while there are different terms for the GI or GI tract in the literature, I’ll just give you the generic terms that I think are used.

The common term that we see used is the esophagus.

There’s a little different term for the small intestine. There are