Water plays an important role in our bodies. It carries nutrients and oxygen to our organs When you think about your body, it is probably hard to imagine 70 percent of it is water. However every cell, which your body is made of trillions of, is almost entirely water. And those cells do a lot. Beyond making up your body’s entire structure and converting nutrients into energy, they each have their specialized functions and your body needs water to perform its tasks properly. It is crucial to keep your body at a normal temperature, flush out waste, and lubricate your joints so they move and bend safely. However one of the most important things water does starts in your bloodstream.