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digestion in Nutrition topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdigestiondi‧ges‧tion /daɪˈdʒestʃən, də-/ ●○○ noun  1 [uncountable]HB the process of digesting food2 [countable]HB your ability to digest food easilyindigestion Too much tea is bad for your digestion.
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digestionAfter digestion had begun, Ed asked people how the experience had been for them.All animals have a stomach, a structure that permits eating and digestion.In this sense, consciousness resembles breathing, digestion, and so on.Novel peptide sequences obtained after enzymatic digestion are shown in Table 1.When you eat your carbohydrates mixed with a little fat, some protein and enough fiber, digestion takes longer.I've always had good digestion - I can eat whatever I want.Incisor digestion Incisor digestion complements the evidence of molar digestion, but there are interesting differences.There are extraordinary cases, however, and in a story anything can happen, even the digestion of tables.Each pair of lanes corresponds to digestion by the enzyme for 1 and 5 minutes.