Translation of digestion in Spanish:

digestion

digestión, n.

Pronunciation: /dəˈdʒɛstʃ(ə)n//dʌɪˈdʒɛstʃ(ə)n//daɪˈdʒɛstʃ(ə)n//dɪˈdʒɛstʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    digestión feminine
    • The body needs a constant supply of energy to power the continuous processes of life, such as the heartbeat, breathing and digestion.
    • This is called stricture and can lead to problems with digestion, such as food sticking when you swallow.
    • Drinking with meals dilutes the acid and enzymes in the gut that dissolve food, impairing digestion in the process.
    • Signs and symptoms vary depending on which nerves are affected but can range from dizziness to trouble with digestion and urination to sexual difficulties.
    • Probiotics secrete enzymes that help break down foods and accelerate digestion and absorption.
    • The barium solution shows up the stomach and gullet more clearly, and the process of digestion can be seen.
    • Different regions of the digestive tract are concerned with storage, secretion, the processes of food digestion, absorption, and the elimination of waste products.
    • Finally, proponents of raw food also claim cooking destroys many of the natural enzymes found in food which help with digestion and absorption of nutrients.
    • Once saliva has begun the process of digestion, food passes to the stomach, located in the middle Sanjiao (middle triple burner) area.
    • ‘Oxygen is needed for metabolism and food digestion,’ he says.
    • In addition, they typically assess everyday body processes, such as appetite, digestion, defecation, urination, and sleep.
    • You need water for all bodily processes, including digestion, waste excretion, circulation and even breathing.
    • As a result, your heart rate and blood pressure return to normal and your digestion and metabolism resume a regular pace.
    • Animal studies have shown that many spices induce higher secretion of bile acids which play a vital role in fat digestion and absorption.
    • It plays important roles in digestion and metabolism.
    • Located just behind the stomach, the pancreas produces enzymes that help break down food during digestion, and makes insulin and glucagon that balance sugar levels in the body.
    • Fluid affects our breathing, digestion and excretion.
    • It is suspected that the disease does survive the process of cooking, digestion and the human immune system; however, some scientists doubt this theory.
    • Fat slows digestion, giving food more time to ferment.
    • Stress, drugs and other chemicals, and a low-fiber diet can destroy these friendly bacteria and disrupt normal digestion and absorption of food.