Slaughtering cattle is not a very clean process and meat can become contaminated from the intestines.
Which is a problem, because intestines go with so few color schemes.
But E. coli O157, which is found in the intestines of cattle, is still the most common.
The drainage tube to the bilary duct, which connected the intestines to the gall bladder, also failed.
It turns out coconut-milk powder helps removes bad bacteria from your system and feeds the good bacteria in your intestines.
Generally, on a principle of severe economy, they cook the intestines with the meat, not taking the trouble even to separate them.
The depth of the parts, and tendency of the intestines to roll into the wound; 3.
The bodies of the beings who do not eat are not constructed like yours, since they have no need of a stomach and intestines.
The process of digestion, which commences in the stomach, is completed in the intestines.
Their use is beneficial for diseases of the stomach and intestines, and externally, for diseases of the skin and rheumatism.
"bowels," 1590s, from Latin intestina, neuter plural of intestinus (adj.) "internal, inward, intestine," from intus "within, on the inside" (see ento-). Cf. Sanskrit antastyam, Greek entosthia "bowels." The Old English word was hropp, literally "rope."
early 15c., from Middle French intestin (14c.) or directly from Latin intestinum "a gut," in plural, "intestines, bowels," noun use of neuter of adjective intestinus "inward, internal" (see intestines). Distinction of large and small intestines in Middle English was made under the terms gross and subtle. The word also was used as an adjective in English from 1530s with a sense of "internal, domestic, civil."
intestine in·tes·tine (ĭn-těs'tĭn)
The portion of the alimentary canal extending from the stomach to the anus and, in humans and other mammals, consisting of two segments, the small intestine and the large intestine.
The muscular tube that forms the part of the digestive tract extending from the stomach to the anus and consisting of the small and large intestines. In the intestine, nutrients and water from digested food are absorbed and waste products are solidified into feces. See also large intestine, small intestine.