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March 22nd is World Water Day

Posted on March 22, 2018

 

Celebrate!

It’s World Water Day

Here are today’s five thing to know about Water:

      1. Over 70 percent of an adult’s body is made up of water.
      2. The recommended daily intake of water is 8 cups per day, but it can come through the consumption of food as well.
      3. There’s more fresh water stored under the ground in aquifers than on the earth’s surface.
      4. Drinking too much water too quickly causes water intoxication, caused by reduced sodium (salt) levels in the blood stream.  Some confuse this with a “runner’s high”.
      5. Of all the water on the earth, humans can use about three tenths of a percent of it for drinking water.

Fun Fact:

The world water day is a mean of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

The theme in 2015 is Water and Sustainable Development.

Roughly 75% of all industrial water withdrawals are used for energy production.

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Today’s Pinterest Board : Foodimentary

Today’s Food History

  • 1841 Cornstarch was patented by Orlando Jones in England.
  • 1960 R.I.P. Agnes Arber the British botanist who wrote ‘Herbals: Their Origin and Evolution‘ (1912) and ‘The Gramineae: A Study of Cereal, Bamboo and Grass‘ (1934).
  • 1975 ‘Lady Marmalade’ by LaBelle is #1 on the charts.  (Marmalade is a French name for Jam or Jelly.)

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March 22 is World Water Day

Posted on March 22, 2015

Here are today’s five thing to know about Water:

      1. Over 70 percent of an adult’s body is made up of water.
      2. The recommended daily intake of water is 8 cups per day, but it can come through the consumption of food as well.
      3. There’s more fresh water stored under the ground in aquifers than on the earth’s surface.
      4. Drinking too much water too quickly causes water intoxication, caused by reduced sodium (salt) levels in the blood stream.  Some confuse this with a “runner’s high”.
      5. Of all the water on the earth, humans can use about three tenths of a percent of it for drinking water.

Fun Fact:

The world water day is a mean of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

The theme in 2015 is Water and Sustainable Development.

Roughly 75% of all industrial water withdrawals are used for energy production.

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Today’s Pinterest Board : Foodimentary

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Today’s Food History

  • 1841 Cornstarch was patented by Orlando Jones in England.
  • 1960 R.I.P. Agnes Arber the British botanist who wrote ‘Herbals: Their Origin and Evolution‘ (1912) and ‘The Gramineae: A Study of Cereal, Bamboo and Grass‘ (1934).
  • 1975 ‘Lady Marmalade’ by LaBelle is #1 on the charts.  (Marmalade is a French name for Jam or Jelly.)

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March 22 is World Water Day

Posted on March 22, 2014

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Interesting Food Facts about Water

      1. Over 70 percent of an adult’s body is made up of water.
      2. The recommended daily intake of water is 8 cups per day, but it can come through the consumption of food as well.
      3. There’s more fresh water stored under the ground in aquifers than on the earth’s surface.
      4. Drinking too much water too quickly causes water intoxication, caused by reduced sodium (salt) levels in the blood stream.  Some confuse this with a “runner’s high”.
      5. Of all the water on the earth, humans can use about three tenths of a percent of it for drinking water.

Fun Fact:

The world water day is a mean of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

The theme in 2014 is Water and Energy.

Roughly 75% of all industrial water withdrawals are used for energy production.

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Today’s Food History

  • 1841 Cornstarch was patented by Orlando Jones in England.
  • 1960 R.I.P. Agnes Arber the British botanist who wrote ‘Herbals: Their Origin and Evolution‘ (1912) and ‘The Gramineae: A Study of Cereal, Bamboo and Grass‘ (1934).
  • 1975 ‘Lady Marmalade’ by LaBelle is #1 on the charts.  (Marmalade is a French name for Jam or Jelly.)

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World Water Day

Posted on March 22, 2013

March 22

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World Water Day

Five things you should know about

Water

Five Food Finds about Water

  1. Over 70 percent of an adult’s body is made up of water.
  2. The recommended daily intake of water is 8 cups per day, but it can come through the consumption of food as well.
  3. There’s more fresh water stored under the ground in aquifers than on the earth’s surface.
  4. Drinking too much water too quickly causes water intoxication, caused by reduced sodium (salt) levels in the blood stream.  Some confuse this with a “runner’s high”.
  5. Of all the water on the earth, humans can use about three tenths of a percent of it for drinking water.

On This Day in Food History…

1841 Cornstarch was patented by Orlando Jones in England.

1960 R.I.P. Agnes Arber the British botanist who wrote ‘Herbals: Their Origin and Evolution‘ (1912) and ‘The Gramineae: A Study of Cereal, Bamboo and Grass‘ (1934).

1975 ‘Lady Marmalade’ by LaBelle is #1 on the charts.  (Marmalade is a French name for Jam or Jelly.)

March 22 – World Water Day

Posted on March 22, 2012

World Water Day

Five Food Finds about Water

  • Over 70 percent of an adult’s body is made up of water.
  • The recommended daily intake of water is 8 cups per day, but it can come through the consumption of food as well.
  • There’s more fresh water stored under the ground in aquifers than on the earth’s surface.
  • Drinking too much water too quickly causes water intoxication, caused by reduced sodium (salt) levels in the blood stream.  Some confuse this with a “runner’s high”.
  • Of all the water on the earth, humans can use about three tenths of a percent of it for drinking water.

Daily Quote

“My fake plants died because I didn’t pretend to water them.”

-Mitch Hedberg

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1841 Cornstarch was patented by Orlando Jones in England.

1960 R.I.P. Agnes Arber the British botanist who wrote ‘Herbals: Their Origin and Evolution‘ (1912) and ‘The Gramineae: A Study of Cereal, Bamboo and Grass‘ (1934).

1975 ‘Lady Marmalade’ by LaBelle is #1 on the charts.  (Marmalade is a French name for Jam or Jelly.)

  

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