Where does your food journey start?
1 / 10
How long does it take for food to travel from your throat into your stomach?
An entire day
2 / 10
What happens if your food goes down your windpipe by accident?
3 / 10
How do you know when you are hungry?
Your throat gets dry
Your stomach sends a signal to your brain
Your mouth starts to hurt
Your feet are itchy
4 / 10
What does your liver do?
It helps you breathe
It checks for poisons and removes them
It makes a nice hat for Halloween
It pumps blood around your body
5 / 10
On average how much food will you eat in your lifetime?
50,000kg around a bouncy castle
35,000kg, around 30 cars
140,000kg around a whale
10,000kg around 4 horses
6 / 10
How long is your small intestine?
110 meters – the average length of a football pitch
2 meters - the height of a door
6 and a half meters – the length of a bus
The length of your arm
7 / 10
What can you eat to help you digest food more quickly?
Eat bugs and worms
Eat cheese and yoghurt
Eat mud and grass
Eat fruit and vegetables
8 / 10
How can you turn your wee pink?
Eat lots of strawberries!
Eat lots of beetroot!
Wish really hard!
Wear pink underpants!
9 / 10
How big are your kidneys?
About the same size as a snail or slug
About the same size as a cup or mug
About the same size as a computer mouse or mobile phone
About the same size as an apple or pear
10 / 10