Stomach: The esophagus terminates into an expanded, muscular sac like hollow organ called the stomach. It is positioned in between the esophagus and the small intestine. The fundamental function of stomach is to initiate the process of digestion.
In this process, the food from the mouth comes across special enzymes and acids secreted in the stomach, which helps treating the constitituents of food and killing harmful parasites. The partially digested food in the stomach is turned into chyme.
This semi-digested food called the chyme is passed on to the smaller intestine for the required processing and absorption.
Pancreas: The pancreas
Liver: The liver is another vital organ of our body, engaged with some of the very crucial functions. The liver carries out the following essential functions:
Synthesizing plasma protein,
Decomposing red blood cells,
Detoxifying the body and
Secretion of the digestive juice called bile.