How Many Gallons of Blood Does a Body Hold?


The number of gallons of blood a body holds depends on the size and height of the person. A person who weighs around one hundred and sixty pounds has about five quarts of blood or 1.25 gallons of blood. A child between the ages of ten and twelve has half the amount of blood an adult has and an eight to nine pound infant has 0.0664063 gallons of blood, or 8.5 ounces. Blood works to provide oxygen and nutrients to the cells in the body.
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The amount of blood in the human body depends on the sex of the person and their height and weight, but the average for a man who weighs about 150 pounds is 5.5 quarts and for a woman
The average adult has 10 pints of blood in his or her body. So that is about 1 gallon and 1 quart.
16 gallons of blood flows through your body.
A man weighing 154 pounds (70 kilograms) would have about 5.5 quarts
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