Lew Niedbala
Lew Niedbala voted up Rob Facey's answer
From the moment food enters your mouth, your body begins to turn it into a soupy mush called chyme. Chewing, saliva, peristalsis (the involuntary contractions of gastrointestinal muscles), bacteria, hydrochloric acid, digestive enzymes, bile, and other secretions all work to give each meal the consistency of split pea soup. While your digestive cells are absorbing … Read more