Thousands of people every year are affected by breast cancer, either directly or indirectly. According to the Cancer Statistics Center, 255,180 new cases are anticipated during 2017, which are projected to result in some 41,070 deaths from breast cancer across America before the year is out.
Can We Reduce Our Risk Factors?
Despite these statistics, deaths from breast cancer have been decreasing since 1989, largely due to better detection rates through screening, increased awareness and improved methods of treatment.
So what can we do to help our bodies stay as healthy as possible and actively lower the risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer?
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 13, 2016 7:00 am
What have you been watching on Youtube lately? Anything good? Well, we’ve got a few suggestions for your viewing pleasure that will not only entertain you, but hopefully also give you a few useful and informative tips about ionizers and alkaline water, and the amazing things they can do for you and your home!
This is one of my absolute favorite Tyent videos. I’m a total sucker for a decent beauty tip; and beauty tips that save me money as well? Where do I sign up? From a fresh-feeling mouthwash, to glowing skin and silky, shiny hair; the acidic level one water from …
With the news that the federal state of emergency in Flint, Michigan had ended, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the horror stories about America’s water had started to abate.
6 Million Americans at Risk
However, just a few short days before the government started to shut up shop in Flint, a report was published on August 9, 2016, with the horrifying claim that the water supplied to 6 million American homes across 33 states was contaminated with excessive levels of industrial chemicals linked to cancer, hormone imbalances and other health issues.
The research, from Harvard, analyzed more than 36,000 samples, finding the highest levels of contamination, “were detected in watersheds near …
We love a science bit, and are always keen to follow the research that’s going on when it comes to alkaline and hydrogen water. We’ve rounded up some of the most exciting studies that we think you’ll find pretty cool!
101 Reasons to Love Tyent Water Ionizers, Part 7: Doctors, Wellness Centers and Tyent Water
It’s always reassuring to hear what the medical establishment has to say about Tyent Water, and we greatly value the endorsements we get from doctors and medical professionals.
Dr. Francisco Contreras, MD
Renowned Oncologist and Surgeon at Oasis of Hope Hospital, and author of many books including The Hope of Living Cancer Free and The Hope of Living Long and Well, is a well-known advocate of Tyent Water.
Dr. Gus Spatharakis
Dr. Gus Spatharakis is a longstanding fan of alkaline water and acknowledged authority on Applied Kinesiology. Working from one of his Advanced Heath and Wellness Centers, you can hear what Dr. Gus …
Calcium is an important mineral for human health and must be obtained through the foods we eat and the beverages we drink since our body doesn’t make calcium on its own.
Of course, dairy products and leafy greens are famous examples of calcium-rich foods but did you know that Tyent alkaline water also contains healthy calcium?
What is Calcium?
Calcium (Ca) is a chemical element that falls into the category of alkaline earth metal. There are several applications of calcium in everyday life that take advantage of Ca’s alkalinity. For instance, antacids like Tums tablets are primarily made of calcium which neutralizes stomach acid to relieve discomfort. As an alkaline metal, it should come as no surprise that calcium …
You know what they say, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”
Actually, if life gives you lemons, you are in luck because lemons are not only versatile, they’re really healthy too. Lemons contain a lot of vitamins and minerals that act in the body in a similar way as alkaline water.
A Lemony Life
Everyone knows that lemons, like all citrus fruits, are high in the antioxidant vitamin-C. But lemons also contain plenty of calcium, potassium, and magnesium in addition to the carotenoids that give lemons their yellow color. Here are 3 more things you might not know about lemons and alkaline water!
For most of us, it’s true to say that you’re never very far from a can of diet soda. The soda can is so ubiquitous in our lives that we hardly notice it sitting on a co-worker’s desk, and we barely flinch when they’re thrust into our children’s hands at parties. We have a vague idea that they’re not exactly great for our health, but they’re sugar-free, right? So how bad can it be, exactly? Let’s look the other way again.
Or not. You see, diet soda is not good for your health. Many argue that it doesn’t even occupy a neutral ground, that it’s actually harmful. Let’s …
What is the Colon and What Does it do in the Body?
The colon, or large intestine, is the final stage of the digestive tract. It is here that water and salt are absorbed from food and waste is stored for excretion. Basically, the colon is a filtration center for the body that mostly screens waste from water and useful salts.…
Posted by: William Poole On April 29, 2016 9:00 am
The organic craze of the last decade was largely a rebuttal against the unsavory yet common practices of modern industrial farming. In order to maximize yield and to protect crops from pests, farms have taken to spraying their fruits and vegetables with pesticides.
Pesticides are poisons meant to kill living things and when we eat food from the grocery store, the surfaces are inevitably covered in harmful chemicals. That’s why it is important to wash all fruits and vegetables in turbo alkaline water before consumption.
Pesticides and Our Food
In theory, pesticides are supposed to be good things because they create more fruits and vegetables for humans to eat. They are also ideally not harmful to humans and only …