digestive

[ UK /da‍ɪd‍ʒˈɛstɪv/ ]
[ US /daɪˈdʒɛstɪv/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to or having the power to cause or promote digestion
    a digestive enzyme
    digestive juices
    digestive juices
    digestive ferment
NOUN
  1. any substance that promotes digestion
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How To Use digestive In A Sentence

  • Too rich a diet will disorder his digestive.
  • Instead, eat food first, then drink afterwards for optimal health and digestive tract function.
  • The mouth is typically the only opening to the digestive tract, they use the same opening to both ingest food and egest waste. Platyhelminthes
  • Yet the potential role of friendly bacteria in promoting digestive health is becoming increasingly unassailable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Examples are the digestive enzymes trypsin and chymotrypsin, which only have enzymatic activity after the protein chain is cut and fragments of the protein removed.
  • Put the digestive biscuits in a food processor and blitz into fine crumbs. The Sun
  • One's an antiacid and one controls where the acid is in the digestive system. Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry
  • Gastroenterology: Medical specialty dealing with digestion and the digestive system.
  • Heal a digestive tract after illness or overindulgence with glutamine or a course of probiotics. Times, Sunday Times
  • The splanchnopleure, which lies on the endoblast, takes part in the formation of the wall of the digestive tube.
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