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What enzyme is used to break down lipids/fats?
a) Chubby Chomper
b) Protease
c) LPG
d) Lipase

What does starch/carbohydrates get turned into during digestion?
a) Mash potato
b) Sugar
c) Urine
d) Mucus

What is the large intestine also known as?
a) Poo Tube
b) Femur
c) Cranium
d) Colon

What is the small intestine also known as?
a) Ileum
b) Colon
c) Stomach
d) Food Tube

What is protein turned into during digestion?
a) Mince Meat
b) Gordan Brown
c) Amino Acids
d) Amigo Acids

Lipids are also known as...
a) Fats
b) Sweets
c) Idiots
d) Cells

Starch is a type of...
a) hat
b) dance
c) protein
d) carbohydrate

Enzymes are known as...
a) Psychological Catalysts
b) Biological Catalysts
c) Nuclear Catalysts
d) Psychedelic Catalysts

What is the technical name for the special proteins that speed up digestion?
a) Pinky Perky
b) Poo Makers
c) Enzymes
d) Stomach Acid

Where does digestion begin?
a) Mouth
b) Anus
c) Stomach
d) Colon

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