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Fact 1 8 glasses of water is recommended each day.
Fact 2 65% of the human body is made up of water.
Fact 3 The chemical symbol for water is H2O.
Fact 4 Water is known as the universal solvent.
Fact 5 Water can appear in three different forms: Gas, liquid, and solid.
Fact 6 Next to oxygen water is the most important necessity for life.
Fact 7 Bottled water is altered by brand companies to make it taste better or seem more refreshing but some essential nutrients may be missing from the product.
Fact 8 Water has more mass as a liquid than it does as a solid (ice).
Fact 9 The human brain is made up of 90% water.
Fact 10 Water makes up 70% of the surface of the Earth.
Other Facts Water toxicity (having too much water) can be fatal. 1 cup of water = 8 oz. of water 8 oz. is about ½ lbs. 8 cups of water = 4.17 lbs. Watermelon is 92% water
Thank you for consuming!
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