Arsenic In Drinking Water: What Will It Do To Your Health

Posted by: The Tyent Team On May 8, 2019 2:00 pm

Find out how drinking water with arsenic can endanger you and your family.

RELATED: Get The Lead Out: How Is Your State Doing?

In this article:

  1. What Is Arsenic?
  2. Where Does Arsenic Come From?
  3. How Does It Get into Drinking Water?
  4. When Is Arsenic in Drinking Water Hazardous?
  5. What Are the Negative Health Effects of Arsenic?
  6. Who Should I Call to Have My Water Checked?
  7. How Do I Remove High Levels of Arsenic from My Drinking Water?
  8. What Arsenic Removal Technologies Are Available?
  9. Can You Bathe in Water with Arsenic?
  10. How Do I Get Arsenic Out of the Body?

Everything You Need to Know About Arsenic in Water

What Is Arsenic?

Arsenic (As) is a toxic naturally occurring element found …

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Best Bottled Water That’s Safe To Drink [Reverse Osmosis Water]

Posted by: The Tyent Team On April 30, 2019 2:00 pm

Curious about reverse osmosis bottled water? Find out its pros and cons below.

RELATED: Reverse Osmosis Process: How Does It Work?

A Look at the Benefits and Downside of RO Bottled Water

Bottled Water as a Source of Contaminant-Free Water

Because of the ever-increasing levels of pollution, quite a number of our natural water sources are getting contaminated with dangerous chemicals at an alarming speed. This raises the question of the safety of drinking water that isn’t treated thoroughly to remove such contaminants.

Realizing this, an increasing number of concerned people have been working on improving the quality of purified drinking water available to us. Bottled water as a source of clean, uncontaminated water seems to be gaining popularity nowadays.…

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Lead in School Water: How Can I Protect My Kids?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 8, 2019 6:22 pm

In 2017, 13 million American kids went to school and drank water containing elevated levels of lead.

An additional 18 million kids attended schools where the drinking water either wasn’t tested for lead or where officials had no record of whether the water had been tested or not.

Let’s make no bones about this.  The presence of lead in school water is approaching a crisis point.

In this article – we’ll cover:

  1. What Is Lead?
  2. The Presence of Lead in U.S. Drinking Water
  3. How Much Lead is Safe in Drinking Water?
  4. Lead in Drinking Water in Schools
  5. How Does Lead Get into Drinking Water in Schools?
  6. Do All Schools Test Drinking Water for Lead?
  7. Who Monitors the Lead Levels in
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Does Reverse Osmosis Remove Healthy Minerals From Drinking Water?

Posted by: The Tyent Team On April 2, 2019 2:00 pm

Reverse osmosis can remove both inorganic and healthy minerals, impurities, and salts from water but is this process doing more harm than good for drinking water?

RELATED: 8 Ways Your Drinking Water May Be Killing You

Reverse Osmosis: Does It Do More Harm Than Good for Healthy Minerals in Water?

What Is Reverse Osmosis?

Reverse osmosis is a type of water purification technology which makes use of a semi-permeable and thin membrane which have tiny pores. These holes filter pure water and reject larger molecules, like dissolved salts and other impurities, like bacteria.

Reverse osmosis has been a recognized technology since the ’60s, and it’s used for producing highly purified water for different industries. These include food and beverage processing, …

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What Would the Water Be Like in the Zombie Apocalypse?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On March 31, 2019 6:00 pm

It’s here people.  The finale of The Walking Dead, Season 9 is screening tonight, and the nation has a date at the edge of its seat!

To get us all in the mood, how well prepared are YOU for a Zombie Apocalypse?  Let’s find out!

  1. What Is a Zombie Apocalypse?
  2. Where Do Zombies Come From?
  3. What is The Walking Dead?
  4. Could The Walking Dead Zombie Apocalypse Happen?
  5. Do Zombies Like Water?
  6. Should I Be Afraid to Drink the Water in a Zombie Apocalypse?
  7. How Can I Test My Water During a Zombie Apocalypse?
  8. What Kind of Water Should I Drink During a Zombie Apocalypse?
  9. How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse by Using a Water Ionizer

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The Walking Dead: How a

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Reverse Osmosis Process: How Does It Work?

Posted by: The Tyent Team On March 27, 2019 2:00 pm

Learn how the reverse osmosis process removes particles to produce the purest form of water.

RELATED: The Tyent Alkaline Water Ionizer Company Explains The Reverse Osmosis Process https://www.tyentusa.com/free-water-report/(Updated)

How Does Reverse Osmosis Process Work? Here’s a Step-By-Step Guide

What is Reverse Osmosis? A method of water purification that removes particles from water by way of a semipermeable membrane. This removes salt, molecules, ions, and larger particles, resulting in pure water.

Step 1: Set-up

Once you have a reverse osmosis filtration system installed, all it needs to do is to have its intake pump set-up at the water source.

Step 2: Treatment Preparation

During pre-treatment, larger solids such as carbonic acids and sediments are removed from the water. This is so …

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How a Water Ionizer Makes Great Tasting Water That’s Safe to Drink!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On March 19, 2019 6:08 pm

In this article - learn which town has the best water in the USA and how a water ionizer makes great tasting water that's safe to drink too!:

  1. What Is the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting?
  2. All in Good Taste?
  3. The Deadly Substance You Can’t Taste, See, or Smell
  4. PFAS and Tap Water Contaminants
  5. What Is the Best Filtration System for Drinking Water?
  6. Water Ionizer Financing from Tyent USA

water ionizer Looks and tastes great, but what’s REALLY hanging out in your water?

What Is the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting?

The Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting has been testing the taste of the nation’s water since 1991, ranking entrants on the following categories:

  • Appearance
  • Aroma
  • Taste
  • Mouth Feel
  • Aftertaste

The trained

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Water Quality Testing: Does Your State Need It?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On March 11, 2019 4:25 pm

Water quality is more important today than ever before – especially since the days of turning on the tap and trusting (without question) what comes out of it are gone. Even if you’re lucky enough to live somewhere that hasn’t hit the headlines over water contamination, your water might still contain unwelcome elements that can’t be seen, smelled, or tasted.

To learn more about the state of water quality testing, just look at these following bullets below:

  1. What is Water Quality?
  2. Why is Water Quality Important?
  3. How Water Quality is Measured
  4. Water Report by Zip Code [FREE Analysis]
  5. Filtration Systems and Water Ionizers for Better Water Quality
  6. How to Buy a Water Ionizer at the Best Price

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Has your city

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PFAS Water Contamination and What You Can Do

Posted by: Rhona Reid On March 6, 2019 8:41 pm

PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) is a group of man-made, carcinogenic chemicals that have been all over modern life for years; from non-stick pans and stain-resistant carpets to packaging and waterproof clothing.

This highly toxic substance is no longer discharged in industrial water drainage – but it’s not consigned to history either.

The truth is that PFAS might be in your drinking water…so keep reading to learn more about:

  1. EPA’s PFAS Action Plan
  2. Is the EPA Doing Enough?
  3. Is My Water Safe to Drink?
  4. How to Make Water Safe to Drink
  5. Water Ionizers for Home Use
  6. What is a Tyent Water Ionizer Filter Capable Of?
  7. Where Can I Get My Water Tested for Free?

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Are industrial toxins, such as PFAS,

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8 Types Of Water To Drink 

Posted by: The Tyent Team On March 5, 2019 3:00 pm

There are many types of water in the market, but which one is the best for you?

RELATED: Introducing Your Body To Alkaline Water

8 Types of Drinking Water for a Healthier You

1. Alkaline Water

This type of water has a pH level of 8 or 9.5, with the optimal drinking level being a 9.5 pH. Alkaline water has a higher pH level than the neutral pH of regular drinking water.

With reduced viscosity, alkaline water aids in circulating blood and oxygen more efficiently throughout the body. It is beneficial for those with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high sugar levels.

It also contains antioxidants that help protect the body from harmful free radicals.

Free Radicals Definition: Harmful …

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