How Many Calories Are Absorbed in the Mouth?

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Almost no calories whatsoever absorbed in the mouth. Calories are only absorbed when they break down in the stomach. The only exception to that might be simple sugars such as glucose.
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intestines are for absorption, stomach for breaking it down.
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It depends on what your doing. Probaly not a lot if your just sitting there. but if your in sports you will probaly absorb a lot. It depends on what your doing. Probaly not a lot
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The body is extremely efficient, but not quite 100%. "Efficiency" here is actually fairly hard to quantify. The, uh, outputs of the digestive process still have some energy
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Calories are absorbed through your entire GI tract, but the majority of food your body
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