Tongue, Mouth and Digestion

Tongue - a muscle on the floor of the mouth that controls taste and manipulates food for chewing and swallowing.

Much of the upper surface of the tongue is covered in papillae and taste buds. A secondary function of the tongue is speech. It is sensitive and kept moist by saliva, and is richly supplied with nerves and blood vessels to help it move. Lastly, the tongue also serves as a natural means of cleaning one's teeth.

It does not matter whether what you consume is solid food or liquids. Any solid food has a significant amount of liquid inside it and your body will use that. Likely, the waste from the food will be metabolized by the body and much of the waste may be removed in form of urine.

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