xxImHisGirlxx
  • xxImHisGirlxx
water plays a important part in everyones lives. Water helps to? regulate body temperature carry oxygen and nutrients to cell remove toxins and waste products from the body all of the above @thomaster
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Destinymasha
  • Destinymasha
all of the above
xxImHisGirlxx
  • xxImHisGirlxx
@thomaster
xxImHisGirlxx
  • xxImHisGirlxx
are you sure @Destinymasha

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Destinymasha
  • Destinymasha
i've done this before ;/
thomaster
  • thomaster
Water has a high heat capacity so it can store a lot of heat. 83% of the blood is water, so it does certainly help carry oxygen and nutrients. It also helps remove toxins and waste. Urine is just water with these things dissolved in it.
xxImHisGirlxx
  • xxImHisGirlxx
but it doesn't regulate body temperature does it?
thomaster
  • thomaster
of course it does, since it can store so much heat energy. That energy leaves the body when you sweat.
xxImHisGirlxx
  • xxImHisGirlxx
help with more please?
thomaster
  • thomaster
sure :) Post it in a new question

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