Is Dasani Water Safe To Drink? | Dasani Vs Alkaline Water

Posted by: The Tyent Team On April 4, 2019 2:00 pm

Have you ever considered what’s inside a Dasani water bottle? Learn how drinking Dasani water affects you, your family, and the environment.

RELATED: PFAS Water Contamination And What You Can Do

In this article:

  1. Dasani Water: A Popular Brand of Bottled Water
  2. Is It Really Pure, Still Water?
  3. What Makes Dasani Water Bad?
  4. What Should You Do?
  5. Water Ionizers: The Superior Choice

Dasani Water vs Alkaline Water: What Should You Drink?

Dasani Water: A Popular Brand of Bottled Water

Whether it’s at fairs, concerts, movie theaters, or street markets, there’s always one or two stalls selling Dasani water. So since it’s everywhere you go, you’d have no choice but to drink it, right?

If you’re like most Americans, then you …

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5 Types Of Water Filtration Systems

Posted by: The Tyent Team On April 1, 2019 2:00 pm

Are you getting a new water filtration system? Here are some of the pros and cons of the different water filtration systems in the market today.

RELATED: 13 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Drink Tap Water

Water Filtration System | Pros and Cons of the 5 Types

1. Water Ionizer Filtration System

A water ionizer is a water filtration system that raises the pH level of your water through electrolysis. It purifies your tap water and then separates the water into one acidic stream and one alkaline stream …

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Water Science: Splitting Up Molecules

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 20, 2018 10:42 pm

Water science is more advanced than ever before. You might have noticed in the news that scientists have made a breakthrough in identifying a way to separate the two types of water molecule for the first time.  

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Water science goes on and on…

Remember This From School?

Two types of a water molecule?  Yes!  To briefly revisit our high school chemistry notebooks on water science, water is comprised of two hydrogen atoms and a single, lone oxygen atom, forming a kind of V-shape.

Maybe Not This…

Every single water molecule on the planet is either a para-water molecule or an ortho-water molecule.  To distill vast amounts of complex particle physics into the briefest of summaries, the difference is that the …

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Coal Ash Ponds – Are They Contaminating Your Water?  

Posted by: Rhona Reid On March 22, 2018 12:00 pm

Look, don’t shoot the messenger, but there’s something else to worry about in America’s water.  

Is there coal ash contamination near your town?

Bosses at coal-burning power plants country-wide are required to file reports with the Environmental Protection Agency this month, looking into the toxins that are being released into groundwater from vast, unlined “ponds” containing coal ash and debris.

“Coal ash ponds need to be addressed as potential environmental and human health issues.”

~ Avner Vengosh, Professor of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Duke University

Coal Ash Court Cases

130 million tons of coal ash is produced each year.  Arsenic, Chromium-6, mercury and radium are just a few of the dangerous substances potentially leaching into the water supply.  And

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The Best Valentine’s Gift Ever!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 13, 2018 7:00 am

The day of love is almost upon us.  Whether you think it’s a cynical ploy to extract whatever disposable income you have left after the Christmas frenzy or the most romantic thing since Romeo scaled a balcony to compare Juliet’s beauty to the sun; you’ll be hard pushed to avoid it.

Give your Valentine the best gift EVER this year.
Go Hearts or Go Home

Manufacturers and stores seemed locked in an unspoken battle to make as many things as possible heart-shaped.  If you’re marking the day of romance at home, why not pick up a pair of heart-shaped tuna steaks?  They’ll go pretty well with the heart shaped fondant potatoes and heart-shaped chocolate mousse.  The message?  Go hearts or

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The Environmentally Friendly Odd Couple?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On January 30, 2018 7:00 am

 
Back in November last year we talked about America Recycles Day, a great cause supported by Keep America Beautiful.

We all need to do more of this.

Now, it’s easy to think about the bottled water industry being right at the other end of any “Earth-friendly” scale, but some recent news is heartening and perhaps surprising.  

Planet-Friendly Partnership

On January 17, at the 2018 Keep America Beautiful National Conference, the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) announced that it would be sponsoring the Keep America Beautiful initiative. 

“We stand committed to helping Americans better understand recycling and its potential for economic, environmental and community benefits by working with all stakeholders—manufacturers; the waste management industry; government entities; other nonprofit

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Who is the Hot Favorite this Awards Season?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On January 16, 2018 7:00 am

Awards season has kicked off with the Golden Globes, and as we ooh and aah at the dresses, the winners and their speeches, it’s also a timely reminder that it’s not just movie stars who get internationally acclaimed awards!

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We’d like to thank our customers, the Tyent customer care team, our engineers…
And the Winner Is…

Tyent has won the coveted Ionizer of the Year Award an unprecedented eight times since 2009.  This distinguished industry award is a benchmark of world-class engineering and production, and recognizes that Tyent Water Ionizers are officially the best!

But even making the best water ionizer in the world isn’t enough for us; we need to make sure that our customers are the most content

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Help! My Friend Is Trying to Sell Me a Water Ionizer

Posted by: Rhona Reid On August 8, 2017 7:00 am

There’s a special kind of shadow that descends over even the most loving friendships once one party – I’ll call her “Jane” – discovers the wonders of Multi-Level Marketing, or “MLM.”  I’ve seen friends there before with candles and “natural” skincare products of dubious origin.  This time, it was the turn of Kangen and their money-spinning (but not saving!) modus operandi.  

What do you mean you don’t want to buy a Kangen Machine?
Friends with Vested Interests?

“Jane” started to talk about how her friends should buy a water ionizer.  Fine, you might think.  But we should only buy a Kangen Ionizer.  From her.  To be fair, I loved the idea of the health benefits of ionized water, but

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5 Water Ionizer Myths You Need to Know

Posted by: Rhona Reid On August 3, 2017 12:00 pm

 
We love busting myths.  Especially the ones that relate to water ionizers!  The wonder of all of the information flowing freely around the internet is that inevitably, myths and inaccuracies start to emerge.

Myth Busting: The Water Ionizer Edition

We’ve taken hold of 5 popular myths that seem to crop up regularly, in order to bust them!

  1. Ionized Water is Like Regular Water. Well, why not start with the Big One?  We know this myth inside out.  Every drop of ionized water from a Tyent Ionizer is rich in minerals, antioxidants and natural hydrogen.  Aside from the horror stories about what’s in our tap water, even regular water that doesn’t contain lead or other scary contaminants cannot hold a
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Is a Water Ionizer Much Better than a Water Purifying Pitcher?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 13, 2017 12:00 pm

There’s a lot of competition for your money when it comes to different ways of drinking clean, safe water.  Many people are unsure about how clean their regular tap water is.  Understandably, they search for an alternative.

This can’t compare to a Tyent ionizer.

Water ionizers might cost more than water pitchers, but does the performance even compare?

Well, let’s see.  A water-purifying pitcher is often better than nothing, but honestly?  It’s a little like comparing a bicycle with a Ferrari.  But why?

  1. How Clean is Your Water?

A top-of-the-range water purifier is capable of slightly improving the quality of your source water and removing some unwanted elements.  However, it’s more likely that the less sophisticated filters (that need to …

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