Is water a nutrient?
Water is not a nutrient in itself. It contains nutrients in the form of minerals and as a fluid, it acts as an essential carrier/transporter of other nutrients around the body.
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Water does have nutrients its nutrients come from minerals and different stuff...
it is considered on four macronutrients fat, carbonhydrates, protien, and water.
In soil water a varity of nutrients remain dissolved. Out of thesethere are micronutrients like Zn, Sulphor, Copper, Magnesium etc.and some are macronutrients nitrates, phosph…ates and potash.
water is a nutrient since it does jobs just like other nutrients.for example, proteins help to build cells and tissues, in the same way one of the ways water helps us is in pa…ssing urine.
That's not even a question
because it is water
it is a nutrient . Water is not nearly complex enough to be a vitamin. Technically it does not provide nutrition either, but water is still considered a nutrient because it i…s necessary for life.
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Water makes your blood flow throughout your body. Bloodflow helps you run and jog with no problem. In other words, blood helps bloodflow and bloodflow helps make running and j…ogging easier. And everyone knows that running and jogging helps burn body fat so you can get thinner. So also water helps your weight.
Water is not often considered as a nutrient like vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats or carbohydrates. Water is a vital nutrient that need of our body in daily life. The body… cannot store water and must have fresh supplies every day to perform virtually every metabolic process.
We have all heard that we need to drink eight glasses of water to be healthy. It is also necessary for us to stay hydrated in very hot weather. Water plays a very important ro…le in a person's nutrition. Drinking water helps increase your metabolism as well. It helps your food digest easier and quicker, and it helps your kidneys remove waste from your body. Your body suffers when you don't consume enough water. It can leave you feeling nauseated and weak, because your body has to work too hard to complete all the necessary functions. Not getting enough water to drink will also cause your metabolism to slow down. This can result in not having enough energy and feeling depressed Most of us don't realize that the messages our brain sends that we are hungry are often actually urges for water. If you eat more than you should, try drinking a full glass of water when you feel hungry. Chances are the hunger pangs will diminish. This is because your body was actually thirty rather than hungry. If you are truly hungry those pangs will continue and then you should eat something.
yes because they contain electrolyte's that help us stay active when we are doing our daily activities. >.