Yes, also (I know you wouldn't this but don't any idea.) if you swallowed a metal nail (the one you use with a hammer) it would digest easily.
It is not possible.
Paper has cellulose fiber but human body can't digest cellulose fiber.
Our body, the human body, use enzymes to digest fats and a special juice made by the pancreas that helps the enzymes and stomach digest those fats.
There are no diamonds in the human body. The body could not digest them.
yes of course our body had a strong enzyme to be able to digest the vegetebles in our body
The main purpose of bile is to digest fats in the human body.
Sperm, being a protein, does get digested by the human body.
No. Tissues are made of paper which is made from cellulose which humans cannot digest.
If "edible" you means food grade paper, Yes otherwise human can't digest the paper.
It takes three hours to digest a food.
I'm not really sure. But since lead is used in the process of making paper money to keep the printing from fading...I'd pass on trying to "digest" it. Paper is mainly made of cellulose fibers and human body can't digest cellulose fiber.
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The human body does not digest gum. It passes through your digestive system in a day or two without being digested.
Your stomach and small intestine
yes it needs it for survival
The human body is able to digest dirt. In fact, dirt can even provide humans with some of the minerals they lack like iron, zinc, or calcium.
Rice, no matter if it is white or brown does not digest in the human body.
vegetables contain cellulose and the human body cannot digest that
i don't know but at least some metals we can digest:- iron we can digest because it is good for our health etc......
Your body can digest as much protein as you feed it. But will only make use of some. The human body does not do a good job with retaining protein.
it helps the human body digest food and can reproduce cells that have been hurt/injured.