Urine is mainly water (at least 95 percent), but the rest is a surprisingly complicated brew of components that include urea, chloride, sodium, potassium, creatinine and other dissolved ions, plus different inorganic and organic substances. The most common Urine Color is yellow, which is triggered by the existence of urobilin, a biochemical waste product created from the breakdown of old red blood cells. (Your body makes about 2 million new red cell every day, and recycles an equal variety of old ones.).
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