Water is essential for human life. It’s the most abundant substance in the human body, comprising 50-70% of your total body weight. Our joints need it for lubrication, nutrients need water for transport and absorption, and our organs need water for protection.
Although water doesn’t provide actual nutrients, it plays an important role in regulating your body temperature and assisting in biochemical reactions to maintain blood volume.
The following are some of the most common questions concerning water consumption.
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