stomach and digestion occurs

Once the food enters the esophagus, it does not go directly into the stomach. Instead, the muscles in the walls of the esophagus moves describing a crushing wave movement to get the food while they do fall down the esophagus. This takes about 2 or 3 seconds. 

The stomach is tied to the lower end of the esophagus. This is a "bag" elastic that is shaped like the letter "j". Important plays three roles: 
Store the food you eat 
Decomposed food in a liquid mixture 
Slowly emptying the liquid to the small intestine 

The stomach acts as a mixer, stirring and breaking balls all the food from the esophagus into ever smaller fragments. This was done with the help of the strong muscles you have in your walls and gastric juices they secrete. Apart from fragmenting and break down food, gastric juices also help to destroy germs and bacteria that may contain the food they eat.

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