Blue Belt Anatomy and Health

Each belt introduces a new aspect of human anatomy to study. In this belt you will study the digestive system, including the associated organs and processes.


Discussions of anatomy, anatomical features, and anatomical processes are intended for informational use only and are neither intended nor should they be used for medical diagnosis or as medical advice. Always consult with a physician regarding any medical or physiological decisions, questions, choices, or options. Never rely on the following anatomical discussions for any medical or physiological advice.

We strive to be accurate in our presentation of anatomical information but there may well be some errors in the material we have provided. We also are unable, within the scope of this content, to provide everything related to the anatomical topics we cover. You are encouraged to review other sources of information on anatomical studies to broaden your understanding, verify, reinforce or even refute our information, and explore anatomical studies in more detail. There are countless books, web pages, and videos on anatomical matters that can provide you with further information and detailed analysis of anatomical topics.

Anatomy and Health Topics

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In this article we will discuss the organs of the digestive system, the location of these organs, and the general functions each organ provides to aid the overall digestive process ...
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As suggested in the previous anatomical discussions there are a great many different digestive processes at play in the digestive system. In this section we provide an overview of these ...
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