If a person eats hurriedly and barely chews his food before swallowing it, what effect will it likely have on his stomach? Answer His stomach will become infected because there was not time for his saliva to sterilize his food completely. His stomach will pass the food directly on to his large intestine without digesting it. His stomach will have to excrete enzymes to digest carbohydrates as well as those to digest protein. His stomach will take longer to grind the food into chyme than if he had ground it well with his teeth
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medal please c:
If he ground it? Fail no medal for you.
His stomach will have to excrete enzymes to digest carbohydrates as well as those to digest protein. :D
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Lol I got it right that time
You talking to me? What did you get right?
Carniel is correct: carbohydrate digestion begins, to some small extent, in the mouth. But mostly the mouth is responsible for chewing up the food rather than digesting it. So my ten cents says that the correct answer is D.