Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 15, 2016 12:00 pm
Did you know that there were an estimated 1,134,400 firefighters in America in 2014 (U.S. Fire Administration), working on either a voluntary or career basis? As we head into the holiday season, and we hope for a peaceful time with our families, it’s really worth reflecting for a moment on the dedication of the men and women who form such a vital part of our emergency services.
How can Tyent alkaline water help firefighters? What benefits could a firefighter expect to see and how might it help them tackle their challenging and demanding job?
We receive loads of questions every week here at Tyent. Some people want to know more specifics about ionized alkaline water. Others have questions about the water they drink and wonder if Tyent Water is any better or if a Tyent machine can clean up their water. Today, we have two questions that need answering and so let’s get right to them.
Is Ionized Alkaline Water Hard or Soft?
Good question. Let’s define first what soft water is:
Soft Water – water that contains little or no dissolved salts from minerals such as calcium, magnesium, & iron. Often created by processes of distillation, reverse osmosis, or the addition of a chemical softener
I am really enjoying these questions from good people everywhere wanting to learn more about alkaline water from Tyent water ionizers. It is with tongue-in-cheekthat I refer to them as filling the Mail Bag. In actuality, they come in by email, telephone, and occasionally, some snail-mail from all over the world. However, the questions are legitimate regardless of how they arrive.
With that said, let’s reach into the electronic Mail Bag and see what we have on tap for today.
The question du jour is a good one.
How is Water from a Water Ionizer Better than “Regular” Water?
This particular question is one of many along those same lines. People want to know how alkaline water from a water ionizer can be more hydrating than tap water.
Re-hydrate with Your Water Ionizer
First, let’s define hydration: the introduction of additional fluid into the body.
The adult human body is composed of up to 60% water. When we consume liquid we are hydrating the body. However, not all hydration is created equal. Drink some water with salt in it and you can get dehydrated. Other drinks, such as sodas, contain so much sugar they override the benefits of any hydration. Alcohol is another liquid but it dehydrates the body …
Oh my goodness, we have started something here. Now that Tyent has begun using the “Blog space” to answer the innumerable questions pouring in about alkaline water and water ionizers, the stream of inquiries has been unceasing.
These questions come directly from curious people around the globe with very specific questions about alkaline water. First on our list…
Is Water from a Water Ionizer Healthy to Drink?
Tyent Water is absolutely healthy to drink. The key word in that question is healthy. That’s what alkaline ionized water is, healthy water. When compared to regular/tap and even most bottled water, Tyent Water is superior on many levels.
Welcome to the world of water ionizers. Are you ready to take the tour?
When we travel to an unfamiliar place it is nice to have someone there to show us around. A guide you can look to for advice, who will answer your questions and give you some professional insight into the internal workings of a place.
Our handy Cheat Sheet is here to give you a personal tour of the world of water ionizers and the health benefits derived from drinking ionized alkaline water.
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When you download your free guide to water ionizers, you’ll have a passport to a world of information. Here are but …
Nothing sells a product like a testimonial from those people with first-hand knowledge of how the product performed for them. Customer reviews are where you will find honest evaluation of the product.
The Tyent Alkaline Water Company is in the business of providing water ionizers for the home and office. While priced fairly for all they do (more inexpensive than Kangen), they aren’t cheap, and people who spend their hard-earned money for a product, expect it to perform as advertised. And rightly so.
Personally, when a product works, I am happy to tell people about my experience with it. Likewise, when a product doesn’t perform, I am …
Many of us are familiar with the old adage, “All things in moderation.” Those are wise words to be heeded, especially in today’s society where it’s all about over-indulgence. We eat too much highly processed fast food; we drink too many sugary, unhealthy drinks; we exercise less and overall, over indulge.
What Price Will You Pay?
While we realize this type of living isn’t good for us, in the short term we don’t notice the damage being done to our bodies so we still keep it up. However, there are consequences. Over the past 30 years the number of children deemed obese has doubled while the obesity rate in adults has quadrupled. …
With Halloween just ahead, everywhere we turn we are besieged by images of witches, warlocks, ghosts, goblins, vampires, and zombies. If you are one of the ghosts, you can stop reading right now because you don’t need water. Any water. Vampires have their own source of hydration, of course.
However, it’s a bit different when you’re a zombie. Zombies, while creepy and semi-gone, still walk the Earth. In fact, I don’t recall ever seeing one drive. So if you’re walking around terrorizing people, even in a semi-conscious state (been there), you are burning energy and need to stay hydrated.
Reasons to Drink Alkaline Water from a Water Ionizer
As we travel down Life’s Highway the years are our miles. On the highway of life however, there are no u-turns. As with any journey, the longer you drive, the more tired you become and it begins to show on us.
While we have to age, we don’t have to grow old. A youthful spirit coupled with a good attitude can help tie the hands of time, allowing us to maintain a more youthful look.
Nevertheless, there are physical forces at work on our bodies that even the brightest of personalities can’t stave off indefinitely. As we age, our skin loses its elasticity and suppleness and becomes dryer. Our face …