Hydration, circulation and cleaning
On average, water accounts for 60% of body weight.
Your body constantly eliminates water through perspiration, excretion and breathing. As your body cannot store water, this loss must be compensated. A loss of 20% of body water can be fatal.
What role does water play?
Water plays a role in many chemical reactions so it is important for your body to function. Perspiration helps maintain a constant body temperature.
Water carries globules as well as nutrients.
It also helps clean your body by making your kidneys’ work easier and by eliminating waste through urine.