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www.livestrong.com/article/477602-why-does-the-human-body-not-digest-corn

Dec 18, 2013 ... It probably happened when you were just a kid -- the first time you noticed that corn looks remarkably similar passing from your body as it did ...

www.bestfoodfacts.org/digesting-corn

Jan 16, 2015 ... Information from the experts on how corn is digested in the human body.

www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/26/corn-health-myths-nutrition_n_5591977.html?

Jul 26, 2014 ... Myth: Your body cannot digest corn — and that's a bad thing. ... That's not to say that genetically engineered sweet corn doesn't exist — but it is ...

owlcation.com/stem/Why-Does-Corn-Come-Out-Whole-In-My-Poop

Jun 7, 2016 ... The hull (or outerlayer) of a corn kernel is made up of mostly ... How Humans Digest Corn. OK, I'm ... In the process, these empty sleeves are being packed with the other things your body decided to discard today (more poop).

www.quora.com/Why-cant-we-digest-corn-well-but-we-can-digest-popcorn-just-fine

We digest corn quite well, whether it's fresh or popped. The internal part of the corn, the starchy ... The human body lacks the necessary bacteria to digest the cellulose that ... What should I do after eating that doesn't interfere with digestion?

www.poopreport.com/Doctor/Content/corn.html

Jun 25, 2003 ... Corn is a fairly recent incorporation into the human diet, and was ..... I belive that eating things that are harder to digest "execises" the digestive tract and makes it stronger. Like the doc said it doesn't seem to have any trouble w/ odd things, ... scientific field, the "factual" component is always the body of data.

www.sciencefocus.com/qa/why-sweet-corn-not-digested

Jul 22, 2009 ... Sweet corn is digested, otherwise there would be little point in eating it. ... But it is surrounded by a cellulose husk and humans have no way to ...

www.reference.com/science/can-t-humans-fully-digest-corn-6a21bd748c782b4e

According to Health.com, humans cannot fully digest corn because it contains the fiber cellulose. The human digestive system cannot completely break down ...

www.gnolls.org/1444/does-meat-rot-in-your-colon-no-what-does-beans-grains-and-vegetables

Feb 8, 2011 ... No, meat doesn't rot in your colon, your stomach, or anywhere else in your body. ... “Humans can't actually digest meat: it rots in the colon. ... In other words, meat is digested by enzymes produced by our own bodies. .... of human digestion with a simple experiment: eat a steak with some whole corn kernels, ...

message.snopes.com/showthread.php?t=36047

I was more under the impression that it stays "stuck inside" somewhere, somehow. I do wonder how corn manages to reassemble itself ...