Clean water is necessary for a healthy body and our life.
Water acts as a solvent, a carrier, and transportsnutrients. Water maintains body temperature, moves waste through our bodes, andlubricates our joints. Water acts a medium for chemical reactions in our body and givesform to our cells. Because water is an excellent solvent, it oftencontains beneficial minerals such as calcium or harmful minerals such as lead. Inremoving the harmful minerals, we can remove the beneficial minerals.
Clean Water: Our most Important asset.
Our most important nutrient.
Water acts as a solvent, a carrier, and transports nutrients. Water maintains body temperature, moves waste through our bodes, and lubricates our joints. Water acts a medium for chemical reactions in our body and gives form to our cells.
Clean water is necessary for a healthy body and for our life itself. It is this world’s most valuable asset.
Public water systems provide 90% of US drinking water.
EPA and state and local laws regulate purity of water andset minimum quality standards for water purification.
Because water is an excellent solvent, it often contains beneficial minerals such as calcium or harmful minerals such as lead. In removing the harmful minerals, we can remove the beneficial minerals. Hard water has high concentrations of minerals: calcium and magnesium. Soft water has high sodium content. Although water suppliers (usually municipalities) often adjust the minerals to cater to the soft-water preferences of most consumers, no one really needs more sodium in their diet. Links Singles Profiles Connections CyberBiz Dating Dating Again Dating Hints Dating with Kids DFW e-MAG Heart Express Loneliness Lying and Dating Relationships Self-Esteem Sex & Opposite Sex Shy Singles Singles Store SOLO for Singles Suddenly Single Abuse Birthday Book Books Boys: Parenting Breast Feeding Communication Discipline Your Child Divorce Dr. Luv Eating Healthy Esteem for Children Family Fitness Friendship Gender Understanding Girls: Parenting Grandparents Homefront Kids’ Activities Love & Chemistry Men Nutrition Parenting Single Recipes Shopping Place Single Parents Spoiling an Infant Sports & Recreation Stepparents Stress Teens: by & for teens Travel Travel with Kids Wheels Women You Discussion Webs Abuse Breastfeeding Grandparents Single Parents Stepparents What does water do for our life and to keep us alive.
- Acts as a solvent
- Acts as a carrier
- Transports nutrients
- Maintains body temperature
- Moves metabolic waste through sweat and urine
- Lubricates joints
- Gives form to cells
- Serves as a medium for thousands of chemical reactionsin our bodies.
Because water is an excellent solvent, it often contains beneficial minerals such as calcium or harmful minerals such as lead.
In removing the harmful minerals, we can remove the beneficial minerals. For this and other reasons, some experts suggest that drinking distilled water is less than wise. Other experts say the opposite, so each person must make up his/her own.
We can get some water by eating foods that are high in water but most of our water will come from drinking eight to ten glasses of water each day.
Back to water "bag."
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