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Fluoride is added to most consumable water most teas

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prevention of tooth deterioration. Fluoride is added to most consumable water, most teas and fish. Chromium, along-side insulin aids in regulating blood sugar planes. It is found in cheeses, grains, nuts, unrefined foods and yeast. Molybdenum, part of
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MINERAL AND WATER FUNCTION ESSAY 4 enzymes, comes from consuming milk, liver, green vegetables, legumes, grains, and breads. Water in the body is used to moisturize fleshy tissue the mouth, eyes, also the nose. Water regulates body heat, oils joints, aids in the thwart of constipation, and transfers nutrients and oxygen in the direction of cells. Water aids in liquefying minerals and added nutrients to creates them as obtainable to the body. Water is also used to shield the figure’s organs and tissues. A lack of sufficient amounts of water will cause dehydration. Dehydration has a potential to be deadly. It is possible to be dehydrated and not realize it. Signs that dehydration is present would bea decrease in metabolism, dizziness, lack of concentration, muscle weakness, or fatigue. There is a recommendation of consuming a minimum of eight ounces of water daily sustain a vigorous level of hydration. References: Fife, Bruce. Natural Health and Vegetarian Life, Summer 2010/2011 p42, 1p www.blurtit.com www.sharecare.com
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MINERAL AND WATER FUNCTION ESSAY 5 www.mayoclinic.com www.livestrong.com
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