How To Use The Amazing Tyent Water Ionizer! [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 24, 2019 8:54 pm

So, you’ve heard that a water ionizer is the best investment you can make for delicious, healthy hydration…but how does it work?

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Tyent Water Ionizers are sleek, stylish, and easy to use!

A water ionizer is plumbed directly into your water supply. Water flows into the unit, where it’s ionized and filtered before being dispensed at the push of a button, chock-full of natural antioxidants, essential alkaline minerals, and molecular hydrogen.

What’s more, it looks fantastic in your kitchen!

Let’s take a closer look:

Tyent Water Ionizers: How To Use (In 3 Easy Steps)

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Step One: What Kind of Water?

A Tyent water ionizer dispenses …

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Nailed It! Tyent Water Ionizers Can Give You Strong, Healthy Nails!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 31, 2018 2:19 pm

Healthy nails are strong and pinkish in color due to the tiny blood vessels that feed each nailbed. The nail plate (the part of the nail that we can see) is made of keratin, the same protein that your hair is made from.

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Tyent Water Ionizers Can Give You Strong, Healthy Nails!

Your fingernails can be an indicator of overall health, with one aspect being hydration. A quick examination of your fingernails can reveal whether you need to drink more water!

Are Your Nails Dehydrated?

Ever worry that your fingernails are becoming brittle?

Take a look – are they showing any symptoms of dehydration?

  • Looking slightly yellowy
  • Dull, brittle looking nail surface
  • Displaying vertical ridges

Another way of checking …

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Water Ionizers vs Soda? It’s a No-Brainer! [Infographic]

Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 18, 2018 1:03 pm

America’s long love affair with soda is finally over.

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Water Ionizers vs Soda? It’s a NO BRAINER!

Too much sugar. The weird aftertaste and mounting concern over artificial sweeteners used. The rising fears about some of the chemicals used to produce soda’s addicting taste.

We’re not surprised to hear about soda’s much-anticipated decline. However, soda hasn’t quite disappeared from the shelves just yet.

The sales numbers for soda are still alarming – but there’s reason for optimism.

Americans drank 12.3 billion gallons of soda in 2017 – down a significant 1 billion gallons from 2012.

Some people are turning to carbonated water to get their “fizzy fix,” but are these people being ripped off, and can they trust what’s in …

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