Why Is Water Important in a Daily Life?

Why Is Water  Important in a Daily Life?

Human body is primarily made up of water. Infants are made up of 70 percent water, while in adult males it is 60 percent and in females it is 55 percent. Water provides the medium to make your blood move food through your digestive tract  and removes waste from every cell in your body. Drink a minimum of 64 oz. of water daily to replace what is lost through metabolism. Your specific water needs should take into account your physical activity level and the geographic region in which you live.
Water hydrates the body by serving as a lubricant to moisten joints, and also protects your eyes, brain and spinal cord. Your digestive system uses water for vital fluids such as blood, saliva and digestive fluids to aid in the transportation of nutrients and removal of waste products. Water helps move your food through your intestines, which is important in preventing constipation. Read More

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