with Kid Jensen
'The average adult eats half a ton of food a year ...
How is a plate of roast beef and Yorkshire pudding turned into the building blocks of the body?
Why does your tummy rumble?
What are butterflies in the stomach?
What causes heartburn?
How do antacids work?
What are the other functions of the stomach?
What is the reason for holiday tummy?
Dr Alan Maryon-Davis takes you on an informative journey through the digestive system
Alison Rice helps you to get kitted out for your holiday.
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