Liver is the most important organ of the human body related to
digestion and excretion of toxins. It is a true laboratory that
produces a wide range of chemical substances. Alcohol, tobacco and
saturated fats are its major enemies.
Nickel can be used to make money, nickels, and stainless steel.
Also, nickel plays key role in the chemical and aerospace
industries.Trace amounts of nickel are important to a number of
species of animals. It plays a role, along with iron, in the
transport of oxygen in the blood.
stomach plays an important role in digestion of food. it churns
the food and releases hydrochloric acid along with other gastric
juices, with helps in making the food to a from, due to which
nutients and energy of the food can be absorbed in the small
The liver itself does not perform chemical or physical
digestion. The liver produces bile, which is stored in the
gallbladder until its release into the small intestine. Bile breaks
down fat particles into smaller particles, and thus has a role in