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There is 60% of water in the body.
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How much water is needed for 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

How much of your body weight is water?

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

How much water is in a humans body?

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

How much water is in the human body?

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)

How much of the human body is water?

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

How much water is in body fat?

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

About how much of the human body is water?

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
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How much water can the body absorb in a hour?

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