Interesting facts about the human body

We think we know everything about our body - how it works, how it changes and all the processes it performs. But it is a complex machine that works non-stop, every day, every hour. In the following lines, we will introduce you to interesting facts about the human body that make it a true miracle.

Did you know...?

The only part of the human body to which there is no blood flow is the cornea of the eye. It receives oxygen from the air.

When you sneeze, a jet of air comes out at 160km/h.

The human eye distinguishes about 10 000 000 shades of colours.

The acid in the stomach can break down a razor blade, which is why the cells that cover the stomach are changed every 3 days.

The heart beats 35 million times a year.

A person spends about 5 years of his life blinking.

In one day our blood travels 19 312 kilometres.

Each person's tongue print is different. Just like the fingers.

The strongest muscle in the human body - the tongue!

Try sneezing with your eyes open... It's impossible!

When you blush, your stomach is also red.

Not only humans, but koalas have unique fingerprints.

The total force of the masticatory muscles on one side of the jaw is equal to 195 kg.

Only 7% of the Earth's population are left-handed.

The lips of the human face are hundreds of times more sensitive than our fingertips.

The length of your hair can reach 725 km if you don't cut it all your life.

The average human body has enough sulfur to kill all the fleas on a dog, enough carbon to make 900 pencils, enough fat to make seven bars of soap, and enough water to fill a 50-gallon barrel.

These facts are proof of how complex our body is. A perfect mechanism. Your body is unique, it serves you every day. You only have to take care of it. Vertera Organic Products has created products that help every organ work. Browse our catalogue and supply your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs.

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