Urine Tests Can Tell You A Lot About Youe Health
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Having urine tests at least once yearly can giving you much information about the state of your health.
Your urine is 95% water, however it can enlighten you on whether you're pregnant, have diabetes, what you ate for lunch and what kinds of drugs are in your system.
Our pee-pee is loaded with proteins, minerals, vitamins, electrolytes and hormones.
When dieting you might want to have a urine test done to determine if you are at risk of disease, namely diabetes.
A little biology lesson: Your urine originates in the kidney's.
Being such an integral part of life, we have two encase one breaks down you can rely on the other.
On an average day 400 gallons of blood flows through the kidneys.
In doing so produces 2 quarts of urine.
The nephrons separate the waste which is extracted from the blood.
While any useable compounds and chemicals are picked up and get back on the blood transport to return to the cells.
And the urine ends up in a muscle called the bladder, ready for exporting out of the body.
Because a woman's urethra is a mere 2 inches long, only a 1/3 as long as a man's.
This makes it way easier to get infections even wiping you rectum.