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Digestion in the small intestine

In the small intestine every enzyme is used on all the food; enzymes like amylase, lipase and protease (trypsin) which are all produced in the pancreas. Bile also acts on the food to break it down and to neutralise the stomach acid.

A memory aid to remember trypsin, lipase, amylase and bile all are used to break down food in the small intestine

Everything from the pan (pancreas) is mixed together to break food down.

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