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The information will provide the importance of protein in order to maintain the body's fluids, electrolyte, and PH balances. The body must maintain proper hydration and PH balance in order to function healthy and properly. Protein is important in order to maintain the body's fluid, electrolyte, and PH balance, the proper intake of protein helps the body to fight infections, disease, and maintain balance. PH balance is vital for the human body because it is made up of two-thirds water, the brain is 75% water, the muscles are 75% water, and the human body's blood is 90% water. Considering this we know that every bodily function depends on water, this includes the transportation of oxygen and nutrients to cells in the body. The body's temperature, and the lubrication and cushioning of the joints and key organs all depend on protein. The human brain function, the body's immunity system, the body's elimination all depends on water, even the breathing process. Plenty of water must be
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Unformatted text preview: taken in on a daily basis in order to provide the body with what it needs to function properly and by increasing the daily intake of water this will improve vitality. When the body becomes dehydrated fatigue sets in, a feeling of mild nausea occurs, headaches and dizziness hopper, these are some of the symptoms that can occur. It is vital for the body to remain hydrated, 80% of the body's fluid needs to come from water, 20% needs to come from food in take, such as fruits and vegetables. Some good sources are watermelon, oranges, cucumbers, and lettuce. These can help to maintain the body's fluids to keep the body hydrated. Foods cause acid PH, and this is essential for maintaining a balanced Ph, because the body is two-thirds water, this assists the nutrients to be transported throughout the body's system. The water based components are either acid or alkaline properties and these properties are measured and called PH, or PH factor....
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