What Does the Large Intestine Do?

IMG_5056_c-1024x683#DraperUT Our bodies are an amazing creation, and the large intestine is no exception.
Hi, I’m Doctor Robert Jones, and I’m a local functional medicine doctor here in Draper.
The large intestine is an important part of the digestive process. It is said that once digested food enters the large intestine, it may take up to 32 hours for the organ to complete its work. The large intestine has several functions, including the processing of unused fiber and digested matter, reabsorbing fluid, and storing waste until it is time to exit the body.
If you’re struggling with your digestive system in any way, I encourage you to see me at my office here in Draper, so we can talk about how we can get you back on track.
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