5 Unique Ways to Improve Brain Performance (Unique Ways To Improve Your Life Series – Part I)

Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 3, 2018 3:00 pm

How can we boost brain power? Believe it or not, human brain health can be improved with just a few tweaks in our lifestyle. Read on to find out how!

In this article:

  1. How to Improve Brain Function
  2. Work Smarter, Not Harder
  3. Feed Your Brain
  4. Reduce Stress
  5. Exercise Your Brain
  6. Hydrate Your Brain!

Increase Brain Power and Get Better Cognitive Skills

 

How to Improve Brain Function

How to Improve Brain Function | Unique Ways to Improve Brain Performance (Unique Ways To Improve Your Life Series - Part I) | Brain Power

It’s entrenched in our learning from a young age – work hard. If you want to succeed, put the hours in. Slog away.

But we need to rethink that a little. Your brain isn’t a machine. It’s a brilliant, complex, organic organ. Rather than flog it like a mule to get the best

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In a Pinch: Have You Done the Pinch Test Today?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 24, 2018 12:00 pm

Did you know that there is a really easy way to find out whether your body is properly hydrated or not?  tyent

Give Yourself a Pinch!

Your skin’s elasticity is a brilliant indicator of how well hydrated you really are.  To test, pinch the skin on the back of your hand and let go. If it snaps back into place and returns to normal immediately, then congratulations, you’re hydrated!  

If it doesn’t and your skin maintains the “pinched” shape for a couple of seconds, then don’t ignore it; you need to drink more water.  If your skin – your body’s biggest organ – isn’t properly hydrated, then what about the vital internal organs that you can’t see?  

Thirsty Work?

Drinking 6

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How the Famous Stay Hydrated!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 17, 2018 12:00 pm

It’s no secret that some of your favorite entertainers prefer to drink Tyent Water to any other type.  But what makes them choose to install a Tyent water ionizer rather than other brands?

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Still rocking at 74…what’s Roger Daltrey’s secret?

Just like we did with some of our sports heroes, we asked three of them, and they told us! 

Roger Daltrey, Founder and Lead Singer, “The Who”
With a brand new studio album in the offing, Roger Daltrey hasn’t stopped rocking yet, despite a career spanning over 50 years.  One of the secrets of his professional longevity? A Tyent water ionizer!

 

“I now take a Tyent water purifier [ionizer] on the road with me.” ~ Roger Daltrey

Rick Springfield,
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Why Sports Professionals LOVE Tyent Water!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 15, 2018 7:00 am

We talk a lot about how drinking ionized water can help to boost energy.  That’s awesome news for all for us, but for sports pros, relying on consistent and reliable energy levels to give their performance an edge, it can make a real difference.  

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What is about Tyent Water that so many sports pros love?
Why They Love it!

So which of your favorite sports stars love to drink Tyent Water?  And most importantly, why? What makes Tyent Ionized Water the number one choice of so many sporting heroes?

There’s no better way to find out than from the people themselves, so here’s three headlining sporting champions with their reasons for never being without their Tyent Water!

6 Times Olympic
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Wake Up With a Zingy Citrus Flush!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 10, 2018 12:00 pm

As we inch tantalizingly closer to summer days, could you use some inspiration for a delicious, refreshing drink to get your day started?  We sure could! Forget about (or at least cut down on) the caffeine and make a cooling, hydrating jug of Zingy Citrus Flush!

If life gives you lemons, make something delicious with them!
Feeling Flushed?

A Zingy Citrus Flush is a delicious way to hydrate and get a slew of essential vitamin C and antioxidants to flush out harmful and aging free radicals!

Hydration is vital to good health, so give your Tyent water even more pep with a little something extra!

Alkaline Ionized Water

What do you need?  A few ingredients that you might already

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No Kidding – Healthy Kidneys, Healthy You

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 8, 2018 7:00 am

Unless we have a specific reason to do so, many of us don’t think too much about the health of our kidneys.  After all, if we’re in good health, then we can just assume that they’re happy enough getting on with the job of…of… actually, what do kidneys do exactly?  

We might be small, but we’re pretty important, y’know.

We know they filter stuff out, but what?  And how? More importantly, how can we help them to do it better and more efficiently?  

Bean There, Done That

Well, kidneys are incredibly sophisticated things.  Bean-shaped and around the size of an adult fist, our kidneys play a vital role in keeping us healthy.   

Our blood circulates through the kidneys about

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LeeAnne Walters: An Everyday Hero

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 1, 2018 7:00 am

The Goldman Environmental Prize is awarded to a small handful of people from around the world in recognition of their grassroots environmental activism.  

Heroes are not born, they are made…

Selected by an international jury, this year’s seven winners came from places as diverse as Vietnam, Colombia, South Africa…and Flint, Michigan.  

A Short History of Environmental Heroism

Just after Flint officials notoriously switched the city water source in April 2014 to save money, LeeAnne Walters started to become concerned that the water she and her four children were drinking was harmful.

She was, of course, right, but proving it was a struggle.  State authorities didn’t want to listen and LeeAnne worked tirelessly with the EPA and Marc Edwards, a

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Three Healthy Foods That Will Stop You Losing Weight!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 19, 2018 12:00 pm

If you’re hoping to shed a few lingering winter pounds by the summer, then eating right will be on your radar about now.  

Looks healthy? Check again…

There are a few foods that we tend to think of as being “healthy” choices that might be hampering your attempts to drop a few pounds rather than helping!

  • Not-So-Great Granola

There’s no doubt that granola is a delicious thing to eat and can be full of good, wholesome things: nuts, oats, seeds and dried fruit, to name a few.  Wholegrains are so good for us, with the potential to lower the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

However, that crunchy, feel-good bowl of yumminess might also be packing a sugary

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Filter Facts: Why a Water Ionizer Beats a Pitcher Hands Down

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 17, 2018 7:00 am

Let’s not beat around the bush.  If we ignore for a moment all the important benefits of hydrogen alkaline water and look purely at the issue of filtration, it’s no secret that there are cheaper ways to filter your water than with a water ionizer.  

Even the best jug filters can’t compare to a water ionizer.

At some point, many people consider buying a jug filter.  Pitchers are cheap and easy to use, but how do they really compare?  

Putting You in The Pitcher

Even the most high-end and technically advanced filter pitchers have only a tiny proportion of the capabilities of a water ionizer.  They remove some impurities from your water and make it taste better, but quite often,

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The Sins of Saint-Gobain?  

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 10, 2018 7:00 am

Back in 2016, French multinational corporation Saint-Gobain ‘fessed up to releasing carcinogenic chemicals from its premises in Merrimack, New Hampshire, causing private wells in the area to become contaminated though the local groundwater.  

Industrial waste: Leaking into the landscape
Bottled Water Hand-Out

Following the spill, bottled water was provided to residents with a private well within a one-mile radius of the plant, which meant supplying around 400 properties with bottled water.  

The state gave Saint-Gobain strict deadlines to fix the problem, requiring the 350-year old corporation to conceive, design and install a water treatment solution to clean up the contamination.

A Satisfactory Solution?

Flash forward to March 2018, and state officials have reached “a monumental agreement” to ensure that

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