The Need for Water
Water helps break food down into nutrients before passing them through the intestinal wall and into the bloodstream.
Minerals, vitamins, glucose, and other substances dissolve in water and can then be absorbed by the body. Blood, which is mostly water, carries oxygen and nutrients to the cells.
Cushioning and Moisturizing
Water cousins joints, tissues, and organs to protect them from shock.
Water keeps your eyes, mouth, nose, and skin from drying out.
Water helps filter out pollutants and toxins and get rid of waste.
Your body cools itself by releasing heat in the form of perspiration or sweat.
When you inhale, your body adds moisture to the air so that the lungs can process it.
You feel better and have more energy when you have enough water.