With only five days to go before the weekend it’s time to start answering questions from around the globe about ionized alkaline water from Tyent.
The first question up involves pets…well, dogs to be specific.
Is Ionized Alkaline Water Good for Dogs?
Yes. Allow me to elaborate. Tyent ionized alkaline water doesn’t contain any added chemicals to make it alkaline. It is also extremely filtered. In addition, the ionization process involves exposing the water to a series of positive and negative electrical charges which is also chemical free. This process is known as electrolysis.
Ionization creates ultra-hydrating water. Dogs are especially vulnerable to heat strokes on very hot days and should always have fresh, clean water available to them during those days and even year round. Ionized alkaline water from Tyent will hydrate your pet faster and better that ordinary tap water ever could. And with much cleaner water.
Therefore, the answer is still yes, ionized alkaline water is good for dogs.
Is Ionized Alkaline Water a Hoax?
If it is, it has a lot of satisfied Tyent customers fooled. Fooled into thinking their dry skin conditions were helped, that their Acid Reflux Disease was abated greatly and that their reported faster recovery times from workouts was only in their collective imaginations. That’s a pretty good hoax if you can convince so many people that it helps them when it truly doesn’t.
Aside from mass hypnosis, I can’t see how you could convince that many people that their experience drinking ionized alkaline water from Tyent (and the benefits they recognized), was an illusion…a continuing one. To my knowledge, Tyent machines contain no hypnotic properties.
Okay then, that about wraps up today’s round of questioning and I am confident that tomorrow will bring a new day and new questions to be answered. Want to throw your question in the ring? Leave us a comment and let us know what you’re wondering about.