Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 19, 2017 12:45 pm
We hope that youâ€™ve been diligently practicing the first part of our very own Christmas Carol, The Twelve Days of a Tyent Christmas, just in time to impress friends and neighbors with your festive musical talents.
Without further ado, letâ€™s enjoy the final part of our carol!
On the Seventh Day of Christmas, My Water Ionizer Gave to Meâ€¦ a Useful Household Cleaner
Turbo water from your ionizer makes a fantastic, natural cleaning spray around the home.
On the Eighth Day of Christmas, My Water Ionizer Gave to Meâ€¦an Effective Natural Mouthwash
Â Acidic Turbo water makes a brilliant mouthwash that helps to keep bacteria at bay.
Â On the Ninth Day of Christmas, My Water Ionizer Gave to Meâ€¦a
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 13, 2017 3:50 pm
Detox is for January.Â We will reach those cold, post-Christmas days soon enough.Â Our glittery Christmas dress hung away, its sparkle dimmed at the back of the closet and the freezer filled with little vacuum packs of turkey.
But for now, the buzzword is Pretox.
Prepare Your Body
From now until the start of the Christmas frenzy is the perfect time to prepare your body for the onslaught of less sleep, more socializing, rich food and higher levels of alcohol than you perhaps usually consume.
In order to feel strong and healthy over the holidays, so that youâ€™re always up for more festive fun, follow our five-point Pretox checklist!
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 7, 2017 12:00 pm
There has never been running water here. Â Some of the dwindling number of residents, all of whom live in poverty, recall that there were wells up until around 30 years ago, where locals could draw water. Those wells are now dry or contaminated. Â People who live here have to make a seven-mile journey to buy water or depend on donations made to the local Baptist church.
Welcome to Sandbranch, just 14 miles southeast of Dallas, the fifth wealthiest city in America. Â
There hasnâ€™t been any investment here for a long time. Â The community doesnâ€™t have trash collections, proper sewerage or street lighting â€“ yet most of the residents donâ€™t want move, or lack …
Weâ€™re proud of what we do here at Tyent and we love to share with you all of the amazing benefits of drinking Tyent Water! Â But what do other people think about it? Â
Many of our fans come from the high energy, high profile worlds of show business and sports, as well from the medical and health professions. Â
These people are in the perfect position to tell you just how great Tyent Water is! Â After all, who needs a natural energy boost more than a world-class athlete? Â Who understands the way that hydrogen water from your ionizer impacts so significantly on your body than a …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 30, 2017 12:00 pm
Itâ€™s that time of year again.Â While Christmas is still far enough away for us to manage to avoid sliding into panic whenever someone mentions the word “tinsel,” itâ€™s close enough for us to be penciling in those holiday gatherings that usually take place during the course of the next few weeks.
Water Ionizer Tips!
Did you know that your Tyent water ionizer helps you to look and feel your best for any holiday occasion?Â Forget expensive salon treatments and beauty products; your water ionizer is all you need to shine!
Hair to Help! Is your crowning glory not looking quite as glorious as it could?Â Build-up from products and conditioning agents
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 21, 2017 7:00 am
In 1990, the New England Journal of Medicine published the results of an 11-year study into the long term cognitive and neurobehavioral effects of lead exposure in children. Â
What Does Lead Do?
The children had been exposed to lead during their childhood, in some cases relatively low levels. Â 132 test subjects were re-examined in 1988 and the following neurobehavioral traits were identified as being related to lead exposure during childhood:
Poorer hand/eye co-ordination
Slower reaction times
“No Safe Level of Lead”
Although some lead can be excreted by the body, children are more susceptible to long term effects from lead exposure, as their …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 16, 2017 12:00 pm
Sure you do!Â As we approach the holiday season, our thoughts turn to the wonderful dishes that we traditionally serve as part of the feast.Â Of course, the centerpiece of most tables is the turkey!
Just add Tyent Alkaline Waterâ€¦
Now a roast turkey with all the trimmings is a thing of joy, but thereâ€™s a super easy chefâ€™s trick that can make your turkey even more flavorsome and moist than ever before.Â You might even have heard about it â€“ brining!Â Thatâ€™s right, simply leaving your turkey to marinade in a solution of salt water can make a good turkey into a truly great one!
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 14, 2017 7:00 am
Americaâ€™s water system is undeniably in crisis.Â The projected cost of fixing the miles of pipeline that criss-cross the country runs to $1 trillion, according to some estimates.Â Thereâ€™s no quick fix.
Next Generation â€“ New Hope
But where there is a future, there is always hope.Â And where there is hope, there is a future.Â Maybe the next generation will come up with some answers, determined to put right what is broken and unsustainable.Â This possibility has been highlighted by eleven-year-old Gitanjali Rao, winner of America’s top young scientist award.
Horrified by the news of lead contamination in the water of Flint, Michigan, Gitanjali quickly realized the …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 9, 2017 12:00 pm
The Mariana Trench in the western Pacific Ocean is almost 7 miles deep. Â Its perpetually black depths are commonly referred to as the most remote place on the entire planet. Â Extraordinary creatures survive in the dark with water pressure of eight tons per square inch. Â But something else has been discovered in this inaccessible ocean trench. Â Astonishing levels of man-made pollution, along with plastic bags and soda cans. Â
Plastics on the Menu
Weâ€™re steadily choking our planet with plastic, according to recent research. Â Up to 13 million tons of plastic finds it way into our oceans every single year, where it can then be ingested by wildlife. Â Of course, …