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The three basic necessities which sustain life are:
2. water, and
The Rule of Threes states that a person can live for:
three-minutes without air,
three-days without water, and
three-weeks without food.
Without water or any other fluids, a person will die in about three days.
Therefore, since water is one of life’s most basic necessities, it is a subject we should not take for granted.
Some Interesting Facts About Water and The Human Body
The Human Body:
60% of our body is water.
75% of our brain is water.
83% of our blood is water and it transports nutrients and oxygen to the cells of our body.
Water is necessary to properly digest food. (Note: If you don’t have water, then do NOT eat regardless of how hungry you become.)
Our urine is almost all water and it is how our body flushes and rids…
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