5 Amazing Facts About Water
There's a famous saying; "An apple a day keeps the doctor away". But what does water do for us? It contributes to the health of the body in several ways. It assists almost every cell and the metabolic process to function properly.
A human body is composed of around 55 to 75 percent water and it loses around eight cups everyday through sweating, breathing, and bathroom breaks. Therefore, it is essential to continually refill our body with the ingredient that helps it to function properly.
Below are the five amazing facts about water that you may be unaware of, which will encourage you to have as much as eight glasses of water per day.
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