Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 20, 2018 7:00 am
Thereâ€™s a new generation of smoothies out there, and theyâ€™re just waiting to be discovered. Â Whatâ€™s awesome about them is that instead of relying on milk or yogurt for the liquid factor, these amazing smoothies contain water. Â So just make sure you use antioxidant-rich, hydrogen-packed Tyent Water for the ultimate health boost!
Pack Some Energy Into Your Smoothie!
Whatâ€™s fantastic about this is that you get even more goodness in every glass! Â The vitamins and minerals from the fruit, seeds, nuts and vegetables combine with the energy-and-immune-boosting properties of Tyent Water to make ultra-delicious and nutritious smoothies! Â
Weâ€™ve rounded up three fantastic recipes to make life that little …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 31, 2017 7:00 am
Christmas and New Year’s Eve can be a time of excess, with rich foods, candy and alcohol all being consumed in larger quantities than usual for many of us. Â
Rock a Mocktail!
So how about taking a healthier approach to at least one of these usual suspects? Â Instead of pouring another glass of wine, try one of our three delicious mocktails for a festive feel without the guilt! Â
Skip the Champagne and toast the season with a flute of sparkling grape juice with a little extra pizzazz!
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!
Itâ€™s officially autumn and there is that whispery sense of approaching change in the air. Â But there are a few healthful things that many of us do in summer that we should definitely take forward with us into autumn! Â
Weâ€™ve rounded up 3 Healthful Habits that are good for us, no matter what the season!
Â Drink more water! Â Â We tend to drink more in the summer as a result of climbing temperatures. But even when the mercury starts dropping again, we need to keeping drinking enough water to keep our bodies healthy and hydrated. Â Tyent Water hydrates you faster than regular water. Â Itâ€™s also packed with bio-available hydrogen for a natural energy boost!
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 14, 2017 12:00 pm
Need some color in your life?Â Love fruit and vegetables but need a bit of fresh inspiration on how to eat them?Â Donâ€™t wait another second before checking out SirPlantsALot and start seeing healthy eating in a whole new Technicolor light!
Well, there are no bad guys here; both juicing and alkaline water can be great for your body and your health.Â If youâ€™ve got a juicer or an ionizer in your kitchen, then good job!Â If youâ€™ve got both, then awesome job!
But to break things down a little, there are pros and cons.Â A juicer, for example, gives you food-derived nutrients that alkaline water doesnâ€™t have.Â But then, you could just make an alkaline water smoothie, and youâ€™ve got those nutrients down, without losing the fiber, which of course is largely cancelled out in the juicing process.
Smoothies are such a fabulous way to get good things into your body.Â Easily digested, fun to make and full of fresh nutrition.Â Most people are switched on now to the power of smoothies, and unsurprisingly, there are enough smoothie recipes out there to try a different one for every day of the year!
Hulk Juice From Your Ionizer!
But have you tried making your smoothies with alkaline water from your ionizer?Â By combining all of those fresh fruits and vegetables with your ionized water at breakfast time, youâ€™ll have the most awesomely hydrating, energy boosting start to your day!
I find that alkaline water tastes particularly great in green smoothies, so …
Aahhhâ€¦the tempting, welcome-home aroma of roast chicken. It makes you want to kick off your shoes, throw down your bag and race to the dinner table. But as wonderful as this classic dish can be, it takes a little skill to stop from becoming too dry, and a little on the stringy side.
So, without “brooding” over it any longer, here are our 3 tips for chicken that will rule the roost and put you at the top of the pecking order!
Brining With Alkaline Water
A fabulous tip from some of the worldâ€™s best chefs and food writers is to brine your chicken before cooking. Brining changes the proteins of …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 17, 2015 11:00 am
I know, right? A little unexpected? Well, it only seems fair that while weâ€™re espousing the remarkable benefits of Tyent Water Ionizers; we redress the balance a little to let you guys know that you have options. Letâ€™s take a look at them.
Baking Soda Because baking soda has a high alkaline content, mixing it with water at a ratio of around 600mg to an 8oz glass of water, increases the alkalinity of the water. It sure does. Thereâ€™s your alkaline water right there. But thereâ€™s other stuff there too. Whatever is in your tap water, first of all, and not all tap water is created (or rather filtered) equally.
Thereâ€™s also the possibility that your baking soda might …
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Turkey & Bacon Panini With Chipotle Mayonnaise
Â Â Â Â Todayâ€™s recipe makes one of the most delicious sandwiches you will ever eat.Â With Thanksgiving coming up youâ€™ll need some new ways to use that left over turkey and this is a great one.Â However, you donâ€™t need to wait that long.
Panini – noun, (puh-nee-nee) a toasted sandwich usually made using Italian bread.
If you have a Panini machine great.Â If you donâ€™t, no worries, you can make these sandwiches like you would a grilled-cheese sandwich right in the skillet and they are every bit as good.
This sandwich is very flavorful and the combination of flavors creates a taste treat that will leave you saying, â€śIâ€™m going to …