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How much water is there in the body?
Every system in your body depends on water. Because 60% of our body is water. For healthyness eight 8-ounce glasses of water is necessary for our body a day ." That's abou…t 1.9 liters". woodenboatusa.com
about 90% of your body fat is made of water. i like body fat :)
Answer . Water is your body's principal chemical component, comprising, on average, 60 percent of your weight . Above retrieved from, http://www.mayoclinic.com/health…/water/NU00283 Viper1
A lot... The body is 75% water.
60 percent .
well 70% of the body is made of water so an adult will have more water than a child, it depends how much you weigh i suppose When they are born about 78% is water as they… age it goes to 55 to 60%
These are averages of Babies - 75% One year of age - drops to 65% Adult Men - 60% Adult Women - 55% (because they typically have more fat than men)
70 percent of your body is made up of water. 75% of the human body is water. Over half. When born, around 80% or something. As growing, more solid moves in the way of water, m…aking males around 60% and females around 55%. So, really, it just changes during growth.
a bitch (female dog) has 55% of water in a body (adults)
Body fat contains 10% water; lean muscle tissue contains about 75% water by weight, as is the brain and bone has 22% water. However, fat tissue does not have as much water… as lean tissue. In adult women, fat makes up more of the body than men, so they have about 55% of their bodies made of water. Fat men also have less water (as a percentage) than thin men.
60 % of the human dody is water; the brain is 70%, the lungs are 90%, and blood is 75% water
3/4 water! Lets have some more info. Body contains water 75%. Heart contains ,, ,, 78%. Brain contains ,, ,, 70% or 80% Bone contains water 22%.
well, one thing is you can end up flushing your system of things it needs like nutrients
The human body has a variable water content that changes daily and with age and gender and body type. On average, adult humans have 57 to 63 % water by mass. At birth, a b…aby can have up to 75% water weight and this decreases with age. Obese individuals can have as little as 45% water weight. Women tend to have a few percent less water weight than men, but this is largely a difference in muscle and body fat between individuals.
70% ofyour body is water I about 70% watter is in your body.
Drinking more than 500 ml per hour results in flushing. The excess will be flushed, which can be an issue if you consumed that water with nutrients (ie: vitamins, protein, etc…...) Too much water consumption can result in kidney stress as well. I train 5 days a week and drink an average of 2-3 liters of water a day at 500 ml intervals - with a minimum of an hour between servings.