Wow. Where to start? Well, from the very first time you drink Tyent ionized water, you’ll be changing things for the better. Even that first glass will impact positively on your health. Take a look at this amazing video to actually watch how quickly ionized water gets to work inside your body. You’ll be amazed!
What Can Your Water Ionizer Do for You?
Packed with immunity-boosting properties, mineral-rich ionized water is more hydrating than regular water, which means that you’re more likely to stay properly hydrated, even when you’re on the go.
Recovery time following exercise is cut as well, as ionized water is more readily absorbed into your cells, …
Pro-sportspeople at the top of their game constantly monitor their nutrition and hydration, as well as their work out schedule.
Eating and drinking right is a key factor in performance and most sports professionals take their diet just as seriously as their physical training.
Which Water Ionizer Beats the Competition?
We’ve talked before about all ionizers not being created equally. Many don’t produce the essential active element hydrogen; and others are to be avoided at all costs. So which ionizer is the choice of the sports professional?
When something is embraced by some of the biggest names in the health industry, it’s time to sit up and take notice.
More health professionals than ever before are endorsing the incredible benefits of ionized hydrogen water; but which machine are they raving about?
You guessed it! Tyent water ionizers are the choice of so many health professionals and practitioners that we can’t list them all here, but we wanted to give you an insight into what some of the leading lights in the health industry are saying!
Water Ionizer Times Two!
CEO of Willow Bend Fitness, Dave Greene was such a big believer in the benefits of the Tyent water …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 9, 2017 12:00 pm
A blog or so ago, we talked about the skill and engineering behind every Tyent ionizer. In particular, we looked at the stylish, smartphone-inspired control panel that conceals the cutting edge technology behind Tyent water.
Behind the Scenes
We’re taking up a similar theme here – the machinery and effort behind the finished product. In this case, the blood, sweat and tears behind the spectacular scenes of world-class football. Carson Wentz, the popular quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, has hit the headlines with news that he’ll spend the off season training under Motion Mechanics Instructor, Adam Dedeaux.
There are so many benefits to drinking ionized alkaline water, and how it can help to increase your energy levels is a big one. Many top athletes and sports professionals choose to drink alkaline water from water ionizers primarily because of that essential benefit.
But how does it work? How can drinking ionized alkaline water translate into increased energy levels?
pH Values and Antioxidants
Well first of all, if you drink ionized alkaline water, then your body is more likely to be at exactly the right healthy pH level for you, and therefore functioning healthily in terms of that optimum balance. Additionally, your pH-balanced system will be combating free radicals …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 3, 2016 12:00 pm
The traditional time for renewed thinking about fitness, healthy eating and a generally revitalized you is still a few weeks away yet, when we try not to think about how much we’ve consumed over Christmas, and greet the New Year waving our list of resolutions.
Pumpkins and Pies
Right now, the weather is still mild enough to get outside and walk, run or play sports, but the slide into autumnal eating has started as pumpkins and squash are harvested and windfall apples are baked into pies. It’s a lovely time of year, and there’s no better time to look at your post-summer energy levels and give yourself the boost they need to …
Be honest, who wouldn’t mind looking a few years younger? More energy? Generally feeling better? Especially if you could achieve all of that without going under the knife or taking dubious supplements that don’t deliver what they promise.
The Trilogy of Wisdom
So what are your options for a natural beauty and energy boost? Eat right, sleep well and drink water are the trilogy of wisdom on that, and rightly so; they all work wonders. But you can add even more value to the drinking water part by making sure that the water that you drink is Tyent ionized alkaline water.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 6, 2016 7:00 am
The medals are home, the punishing training schedules slightly relaxed, and we can all start picking over the details of what was a pretty exhilarating Olympic Games in Rio.
There were some was truly exceptional moments; including anytime Simone Biles was competing, and of course, Michael Phelps.
What’s On The Olympic Menu?
We won’t be the first to mention that incredible food regime that Phelps adheres to in order to become the magnificent athlete he is; but the list of food that he consumes on an average day is pretty jaw-dropping! The 12,000 calories that he puts away every day during his competitive training …
The eyes of the world were on Rio as the greatest athletes and sportspeople on the planet competed for gold. To reach that level of competition requires single-minded dedication and sacrifice. World-class athletes are incredibly body conscious, and are usually pretty clued up when it comes to what they should eat and drink.
What Keeps an Athlete on Top?
Finding out what fuels an athlete is a little like peering inside the cosmetic bag of a make up artist; they must know all the best tricks and tips, right?
Megan Kalmoe is the Olympic rower who represented America in Beijing in 2008, and who recently hit the headlines with her no-holds barred take down of the press and it’s obsession with the “toxic stew” that will soon be the battleground for the finest rowers, sailing teams and other aquatic athletes in the world.
As the hopeful Olympians begin to arrive in Rio for the 2016 competition, Kalmoe points out, “People seem more motivated than ever to portray the impending Rio Games as the biggest-ever disaster that hasn’t happened yet.”
It’s a good point, and it’s understandable that athletes want to focus on the …