BIOCHEMICAL QUESTIONS Regarding Drinking a Gallon to a Gallon and 1/2 of Water

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    Mar 23, 2014 5:48 PM GMT
    If drinking a gallon to a gallon and 1/2 of Water makes you pee more, is the Oxygen molecule breaking away from the Hydrogen molecules once you drink the water?

    Where do the molecules separate?

    Let's say a gallon is the standard. What's happening with the extra half gallon:

    Liver

    Kidneys

    Blood Stream

    Lymphatic System - we know that one, I think. The answer is we do not get fluid build up (edema).

    Anywhere else?

    Yes, somehow it gets to the skin for sweat and into the saliva. I think when a person is playing sports in 95 degree weather, their mouth gets dry (not enough saliva); so, water gets to the skin for sweat and into the saliva ducts to produce saliva.

    Thanks.

    P.S.: When you here people talk about fluid building up around the heart and someone needs a test to see if fluid is building up around the heart, is that the lymphatic system also?
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    Mar 23, 2014 5:53 PM GMT
    The electrolytes are in the bloodstream, I would think. People say and the information we found said, too much water dilutes one's electrolytes.

    Eventually, the water gets to the blood stream is what I'm thinking. Correct me if I'm wrong.

    Maybe Dr. Oz did a good demo on his program.

    Anyway, if we start with clear water, eventually, it's going to do a lot of work along the way to elimination.