Question: why is having blood so important?


  1. Blood is made up of lots different things. It is important because it is what carries the necessary nutrients, water and oxygen to all the cells in our body. It is also really important because blood also contains cells important in mounting an immune response in the event you get an infection and also for carrying waste away from different parts of our body to our livers and kidneys. Blood also helps keep our internal temperature regulated and also stops our body getting to acidic or alkaline which can be dangerous to our organs and muscles.

    Here’s a great website that explains the many purposes of blood in more detail:


  2. Your organs need energy, they need oxygen. Blood is the delivery mechanism to get the energy and oxygen to them. If part of your does not get blood, it stops working!