Crisis in Texas – Is Reverse Osmosis Water as Good as a Water Ionizer?

Our thoughts are with all of those affected by Hurricane Harvey, and it’s wonderful to see the heroic relief efforts of individuals and the large-scale aid that has been arriving since the Tropical storm hit.  

Crisis is often followed by kindness.
Helping Those in Need

Among the companies delivering assistance – in this case 1 million bottles of water – is Nestlé, in an act of charity that will help to repair its image after recent negative publicity.  

Big Companies With Big Hearts

There was also a big-hearted offer from Blackwater Draw Brewing Company, promising that affected residents could collect as much water as they needed.  But this isn’t regular water – it’s reverse osmosis water, used in the brewing process.

Why Reverse Osmosis Water Isn’t Safe

Reverse osmosis water is invaluable wherever water infrastructure is unstable or non-existent – in war zones and as a result of natural disaster, for example.  Certainly anyone affected by Hurricane Harvey in need of water would be grateful for Blackwater’s generosity.  But reverse osmosis water isn’t a long-term solution.  

The reason lies in the process that produces it.  It’s created by forcing water through semi-permeable membranes to remove bacteria and contaminants.

Use in Emergencies Only

The problem is that this process is almost too efficient.  As well as taking out the bad stuff; the good stuff is removed as well.  That means that reverse osmosis water contains no vital minerals.  It’s dead water.  

In an emergency that’s not a problem.  The danger comes from drinking it on a regular basis.  Reverse osmosis water is unstable, so it stabilizes itself by grabbing what minerals it can.  Once it’s inside your body, it takes those minerals from you.  That’s right: your bones and teeth are chock-full of the stuff reverse osmosis water needs.

It’s such a serious concern that the World Health Organization spoke out about the dangers of drinking of reverse osmosis water on a regular basis.  

“Demineralised water that has not been remineralized, or low-mineral content water – in the light of the absence or substantial lack of essential minerals in it – is not considered ideal drinking water.”

~ Frantisek Kozisek, National Institute of Public Health, Czech Republic

A Water Ionizer for Long-Term Health

For long-term health, hydrogen-rich Tyent Water straight from your water ionizer is the very best way of hydrating.  Replete with energy boosting and antioxidant action, you will notice the difference straight away.

At the opposite end of the scale to reverse osmosis water, the medical establishment is falling over itself to report the latest breakthrough in improving health with hydrogen water!  

Let’s Talk About Water Ionizers!

We hope that life in the wake of Harvey and the other recent hurricanes, life can start to return to normal as soon as possible.  In the meantime, why not find out how easy it is to install one of our ionizers and drink healthful, delicious hydrogen water every day by calling us on ?

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4 thoughts on “Crisis in Texas – Is Reverse Osmosis Water as Good as a Water Ionizer?

  1. You mean to say you keep iron IN our water because you think it’s HEALTHY?! I’ve been drinking this stuff for 5 years now? Are you serious right now. We all have iron overload we live on an iron planet checking ferritin in peoples plasma tells you absolutely nothing about their iron status. You may have just lost a customer if you can’t explain this… hope you realize the inorganic iron (not bound to carbon) is not what we need and even if it is the recommended intake is 1mg. How much is in this water we are consuming? Need to know. Thank you

    1. Hi, Cole. Thank you so much for being a loyal customer! I’ll be happy to answer your question and help you out.

      Could we ask where you got your information about iron being in our water? We don’t mention it in this article, so if you saw the info anywhere else on our site, I’d love to know so we can fix it right away.

      You don’t have to worry about iron being present in your alkaline water because that’s actually one of the heavy metals that our dual filters remove, and they can remove up to 99.6% of it. Iron and over 200 other contaminants are listed in our comprehensive third-party lab filtration report to prove how efficient our filters are. If iron is present in your water, it would be in your source water before it passes through your Tyent water ionizer for purification and ionization. What then remains in your ionized water is the healthy stuff, including antioxidants like molecular hydrogen and essential minerals like magnesium, calcium, zinc, and potassium (if your source water contains it already).

      I hope that I resolved your concern! Should you have further questions, you can give our water experts a call at 855-893-6887 so that they can happily accommodate you. We hope that you keep drinking Tyent water!

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