Biggest, Baddest Book of Space by Jen Schoeller
By Jen Schoeller
Kids can detect the darkest corners of the sun process after which transcend them with a visit in the course of the largest, Baddest booklet of area. Readers will study the secrets and techniques of the largest planets, get to grasp flying area rocks, wander away in colossal black holes, pass on an outer house exploration and extra. Aligned to universal middle criteria and correlated to country criteria. tremendous Sandcastle is an imprint of Abdo Publishing.
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Ow do you turn the minerals in the food on your dinner plate into something you can use? You digest it! H The first step in the digestive process begins in your mouth. Your teeth cut up the food, and your tongue mixes in saliva. This produces a soft, mushy lump called a bolus. As you chew, enzymes in the saliva get to work, breaking up the food into smaller molecules. Into the stomach The tongue pushes the chewed food to the back of your mouth to be swallowed. Your food passes through your throat, down your esophagus, and into your stomach.
Only 25 percent of the iron you eat gets used by your body. It is not easy absorbing iron into your body, and it cannot be done without vitamin C. MINERAL bODY bUILDERs Not enough iron If you do not have enough iron in your diet, your body cannot produce enough hemoglobin. This causes anemia, a condition where the body does not have enough red blood cells to transport oxygen to the parts of the body that need it. Not having enough oxygen leads to a condition called hypoxia, which can make you feel tired and weak.
Blood carries oxygen from your lungs to all the different parts of your body. Cells need oxygen to change the food we eat into energy. Your blood also carries waste carbon dioxide back to the lungs. Your body gets rid of the carbon dioxide by breathing it back out. Without blood’s constant movement, your body would stop working. The most common blood cell is the red blood cell. These cells deliver oxygen to the different parts of your body. Red blood cells use a protein called hemoglobin to carry oxygen.