Aging is the result of time on the human body. It’s broad and occurs on the following different levels: cellular aging, hormonal aging, accumulated damage, and metabolic aging. The primary causes of aging are free radicals, inflammation, glycation, and stress. These causes cannot be
“You’re only as old as you feel,” goes the saying. It’s an empowering little motto, opening up the possibility of perhaps not reversing time, but slowing it up a little.
But how do we achieve that? Check out the first of our two-part mini-series on how Tyent Water can help you to become one of those people who hears comments like: “You’re how old? Wow! You look great!” every time you leave the house.
Turn Back Time?
To look great on the outside, you need to feel great on the inside. That might seem obvious, but if you routinely skip a full night’s sleep, don’t exercise and eat too many processed foods, there’s …
Holidays, weddings, backyard BBQs…there always seems to be something going on in the summer!
It’s fun to dress up and make more effort than usual to look our best, but what else can we do to give ourselves that extra je ne sais quoi?
Natural Radiance From Your Water Ionizer
Forget flattering filters…did you know that a water ionizer doesn’t only hydrate you, but it can be your best buddy when it comes to looking fantastic? To help us all shine in the sun, we’ve rounded up five amazing ways that your water ionizer can help you get your glam on this summer!
Is your favorite drink that first glass of mineral-rich Tyent water in the morning? Maybe it’s the thirst-quenching glug after a run or tough session in the gym? It could even be the pitcher you share with your kids as you catch up on everyone’s day.
Whatever your favorite Tyent moment, we’ve rounded up 7 of the most popular reasons to love your water ionizer, at any time of day. Let us know what you’d like to add to our list!
You feel great! Watch this incredible video to find out just how quickly Tyent Water gets to work in your body.
Want to turn back time? Walk with dinosaurs? Swap make-up tips with Cleopatra? Or just want to get some of that youthful glow back to your skin? We can’t help with the first two, but a water ionizer can definitely help you get your sparkle back!
What’s in the Water?
A Tyent water ionizer gives you fresh, filtered ionized water at the push of a button. But it also gives you much more, including:
Fast hydration. Tyent Water hydrates you faster than regular water and keeps your body hydrated for longer.
We need minerals to keep our bodies healthy. If you drink distilled or reverse osmosis water,
1Z0-061Japanese cuisine receives a lot of the credit for the high life expectancy in Japan and for good reason. Compared to the “Western Diet,” the average Japanese diet consists of less total calories and less artery clogging saturated fat. But, is diet the sole reason for Japanese longevity or could hydrogen-rich alkaline water also play a role?
Hydrogen-Rich Alkaline Water in Japan
Quite simply, hydrogen water is water that has a higher percentage of hydrogen than tap water. Hydrogen water, also known as alkaline water, …
Growing up, I recall many times when I was told that foods I had believed were good for me were suddenly now bad for me. Take eggs — a perfect example. I come from a big family that loves eggs and we ate them on a regular basis. Then one day, it was announced that eggs were now bad for you. We didn’t buy that…but we did keep buying eggs.
Then the announcement came one day that, guess what, eggs are actually good for you!
It was the same with eating chocolate. It was determined, much to the dismay of chocolate lovers everywhere, that …
Any company would be very happy to land a well-known celebrity to endorse their product, as well it should. It is a proven fact that when someone recognizable tells the people about your goods or services, sales increase. That’s effective advertising; the better known the personality, the more credibility it lends to your company and the more people trust what you’re selling.
Some companies however, use celebrities merely to sell you a bill-of-goods. I have seen many times, and I’m certain you have too, actors that hawk a product that you know they don’t really use.
There used to be a term back in the day, brand loyalty, where celebrities didn’t …