Christmas in July Ideas to Spread the Summer Fun!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 16, 2019 7:59 pm

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…in July! Merry Christmas in July, everyone!

Keep reading below to learn all about this fun midsummer holiday that is sure to bring you some holiday cheer:

What Is Christmas in July?
How Did Christmas in July Get Started?
Where Can I Celebrate Christmas in July?
What Are Some Fun Christmas in July Ideas?
Where Can I Find a Great Christmas in July Sale?

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Yule adore Christmas in July!

What Is Christmas in July?

Some things really do what they say on the can!

It might be hot enough to melt the ice in your hydrogen water, but who says that should stop you from celebrating “Christmas”?

It’s an unofficial holiday, which

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Hot in The City? A Water Ionizer Helps You Keep Your Cool at Work!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 12, 2019 3:57 pm

The heat is on and we’re all doing what we can to keep cool. There’s no doubt about it: staying chilled when you’re lazing by the pool with a glass of refreshing alkaline water from a water ionizer is a lot easier than when you’re at work!

Keep reading to learn:

How Can I Keep Cool at Work?
Where Can I Get a Water Ionizer for Work?
What Are Some Hot Weather Tips?

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A water ionizer at work? Now that’s a cool idea!

How Can I Keep Cool at Work?

So, what can we do to keep cool during the 9 to 5?

It helps if you’re employed in an office or workspace with air conditioning - but even

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The Only Thing You Should Give Kids to Drink This Summer

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 5, 2019 5:32 pm

We’re just past the longest day of the year and the prospect of summer vacations and long hot days is beckoning. Keeping children hydrated in the warm weather is always a struggle; swimming, bike rides, sports, and fun tend to take priority for kids!

Keep reading below to find out:

Are Kids Getting Enough to Drink?
Should Kids Say No to Soda?
Should Kids Avoid Bottled Water?
Should Kids Drink Tap Water?
What Should I Give Kids to Drink This Summer?

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Kids need a LOT of hydrating over the summer!

Are Kids Getting Enough to Drink?

You can guarantee that your kids will hurtle through the house, claiming that, “we’re fine, thanks, mom…we don't need anything…bye, mom!” as you try

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Is Bottled Water DOUBLING the Amount of Microplastics in Your Body?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 28, 2019 5:35 pm

Here’s a quick exercise: try doing a quick tally of everything you ate today. Maybe some cereal, an apple, those leftover cold noodles for lunch. A macadamia nut cookie, a small handful of grapes, 149 microplastics…wait. What? Microplastics?

Read on as we cover:

What Are Microplastics?
Still Drinking Bottled Water? Prepare to Be Shocked!
What's in Ionized Water?
Can a Water Ionizer Help to Reduce Microplastics?

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It makes sense to cut out microplastics where we can.

What Are Microplastics?

Microplastics are small plastic pieces less than five millimeters long that can be harmful to our ocean and aquatic life.

Every year, the average person consumes an astonishing 50,000 - 70,000 microplastics every year.

These microscopic contaminants frequently come from

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New Weight Gain in Women Study

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 26, 2019 2:22 pm

An interesting new study has suggested a causative link between sleeping with artificial light in the room and weight gain in women.

Weight gain and obesity is an issue that millions of women face at some point in their lives, so we thought we’d take a closer look into the following questions:

What Causes Rapid Weight Gain in Women?
What Is Considered Rapid Weight Gain?
How Can I Lose Weight?
Can Using a Water Ionizer Help with Weight Loss?

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Does artificial light at night really lead to weight gain in women?

What Causes Rapid Weight Gain in Women?

Scientists studying the connection between the two believe that as the human body is genetically programmed to need darkness in order to

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How Much Water Should You Drink A Day?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 25, 2019 3:02 pm

Dr. Lori is BACK AGAIN, just in time for summer, to talk about how much water you should be drinking every day!

How often have you found yourself saying “I should be drinking more water?”  You are not alone! In fact, many people are mildly dehydrated and have no idea.

Today, I’d like to answer some of the most common questions that my clients have asked me about water:

How Much Water Should I Drink A Day?
Why Should I Drink More Water?
What Is the Best Water to Drink?

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To learn more about Dr. Lori Shemek - visit her website!

How Much Water Should I Drink A Day?

Staying hydrated is key for healthy cellular function, affecting everything from

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Don’t Wilt in the Heat This Summer. Stay Hydrated with a Water Ionizer!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 21, 2019 7:46 pm

Happy First Day of Summer, everyone!

Now that the warmer weather is with us until the fall, gardening enthusiasts will be keen to keep their blooms and veggies well-watered to help them grow into healthy, strong plants. However – it’s also important for YOU to stay hydrated this summer.

Below – we’ll discuss:

Keep Your Garden Hydrated This Summer
Why Is Hydration Important?
How to Tell If You're Dehydrated
How Can I Drink More Water?
What Are Some Health Benefits of Alkaline Water?
Where Can I Find a Summer Water Ionizer Sale?

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Keep Your Garden Hydrated This Summer

Got a green thumb?

Not many plants can manage for any length of time without a sprinkling of water - a day

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Healthy Father’s Day Gifts to Let Your Dad Know He’s Special!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 13, 2019 7:33 pm

Sunday, June 16th is Father’s Day, so it’s time to show your dad (or the much-loved father figure in your life) what a truly special person he is and just how much he’s valued!

Here are some common questions that we’ll answer below:

How Did Father’s Day Get Started?
When Is Father’s Day?
What Are Some Father’s Day Traditions?
What Are Some Healthy Father’s Day Gift Ideas?
Should I Get My Father a Water Ionizer?
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Give your dad something to really smile about this Father’s Day!

How Did Father’s Day Get Started?

In 1909, Sonora Smart Dodd of Spokane, Washington, was inspired by a church service celebrating Mother’s Day to campaign to have a day to recognize fathers too.…

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Why Aging Water is a Problem and How a Water Ionizer Can Fix It

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 10, 2019 7:53 pm

Aging water infrastructure - hardly ever out of the news these days - has a new spotlight trained on it. This time, the focus of the attention isn’t that pipelines are overstretched, underfunded, and creaking under the pressure of growing populations: it’s the opposite.

In this article – we’ll dissect the following questions many people may have about the aging water infrastructure and what can be used to help fix this problem:

What Is Causing Aging Water?
What Is the Problem with Aging Water?
Is Old Water, Old News?
Can a Water Ionizer Help Improve My Water Quality?

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Aging water is bad news for consumers and communities.

What Is Causing Aging Water?

Pockets of socio-economic decline have been contributing to

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Grow Your Own Early Summer Salad Leaves (With A Little Help From Your Water Ionizer!)

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 5, 2019 5:10 pm

Have you ever tried to grow your own salad leaves?  Now that the warmer weather and longer days are here, it’s a great time to start!

Growing loose-leaf, cut-and-come-again type salad leaves is easy; the results can be enjoyed quickly and if you have kids that want to get involved, even better!

Keep reading below to learn all about:

  1. How To Grow Your Super Salad!
  2. Seed Soaking For Faster Germination
  3. Kid-Friendly Greens!
  4. Are There Any Water Ionizer Deals Going On?

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Growing your own salad leaves is deliciously good fun!

How to Grow Your Super Salad!

All you need is a container of some kind, with drainage holes. A window box or large pot in a sunny spot is perfect.

Here’s …

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