Can an 11-Year-Old Really Change How Lead in Water is Identified? 

Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 14, 2017 7:00 am

 
America’s water system is undeniably in crisis.  The projected cost of fixing the miles of pipeline that criss-cross the country runs to $1 trillion, according to some estimates.  There’s no quick fix.

Our infrastructure won’t be updated any time soon…
Next Generation – New Hope

But where there is a future, there is always hope.  And where there is hope, there is a future.  Maybe the next generation will come up with some answers, determined to put right what …

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Drowning in Plastic – The Ocean Story

Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 9, 2017 12:00 pm

 
The Mariana Trench in the western Pacific Ocean is almost 7 miles deep.  Its perpetually black depths are commonly referred to as the most remote place on the entire planet.  Extraordinary creatures survive in the dark with water pressure of eight tons per square inch.  But something else has been discovered in this inaccessible ocean trench.  Astonishing levels of man-made pollution, along with plastic bags and soda cans.  

There’s nowhere left on earth that’s safe from pollution.
Plastics on
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5 Unique Ways to Improve the Way You Train (Unique Ways To Improve Your Life Series – Part II)

Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 3, 2017 12:00 pm

 
Understanding how your body responds to nutrition, rest and hydration is key to improving performance.  

Get your training/resting ratio right!

Our bodies are complex and yet some of the ways in which we can improve the way they function are simple.  We’ve rounded up 5 fantastic ways to make your training work better for you.

  • Train Smarter, Not Harder.   From the 1960’s until around 1990, Soviet weightlifters broke record after record.  Why?  Were they stronger?  Did they train more
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Imagine a Day Without Water?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 26, 2017 12:00 pm

 
The third annual Imagine a Day Without Water took place on the 12th October.  Schools and workplaces participated with utilities and water organizations to look at how much we depend on water.  

Can you imagine a day without water?
The True Value of Water

The recent hurricanes that have seen thousands of people having their access to clean, safe water cut off, highlight just how vital water is to our health and well being.  

Some communities in America

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2017

Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 24, 2017 7:00 am

 
Thousands of people every year are affected by breast cancer, either directly or indirectly.  According to the Cancer Statistics Center, 255,180 new cases are anticipated during 2017, which are projected to result in some 41,070 deaths from breast cancer across America before the year is out.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2017
Can We Reduce Our Risk Factors?

Despite these statistics, deaths from breast cancer have been decreasing since 1989, largely due to better detection rates through screening,

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Drinking Plastics – Why Our Water Infrastructure Just Can’t Cope (Plastics Series: Part III)

Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 19, 2017 12:00 pm

 
We recently looked at the plastics that we unknowingly drink when we crack open a fresh bottle of water or turn on the tap.  America is the world leader in plastic fiber contamination, with a horrifying 94% of nationwide samples testing positive.  India and Lebanon are the closest runners-up; but for now, the dubious honor of topping the plastic fiber contamination table belongs to us.  

Sometimes being first isn’t so great…
Plastic is Not Fantastic

Plastic fibers

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Are You Drinking Plastic Chemicals From Your Tap? (Plastics Series: Part II)

Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 16, 2017 5:51 pm

 
Yet another unpalatable fact about America’s drinking water emerged upon publication of a report into the presence of microscopic plastic fibers in an astonishing 94 percent of samples tested.

Plastic is on the menu for nearly all of us.
Global Problem

It’s not just America that is swallowing untold quantities of plastics from industry, homes and manufacturing; around 80 percent of samples worldwide tested positive.  If it’s in our water, then it’s in our food.  If it’s our food,

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Are You Drinking Plastic Chemicals From Your Plastic Bottled Water? (Plastics Series: Part I)

Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 12, 2017 12:00 pm

 
The issue of what’s in the water we drink – and more worryingly – what shouldn’t be in it, has never been more pressing.  

What exactly are we drinking?

Nationwide scandals attached to the potential dangers of drinking tap water have prompted millions of Americans to ask the question, “what exactly are we drinking?”

Many have stopped trusting the municipal water supply altogether.  An obvious alternative? Bottled water.  Well, sure.  It’s convenient and available virtually everywhere.  Plus, it’s

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I Don’t Need a Water Ionizer – or Do I?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 10, 2017 7:00 am

 
When it comes to spending money, especially making a significant purchase, most of us will pose the question to ourselves, “Do I really need this in my life?”

Do I really need a water ionizer?
Do I Need a Water Ionizer?  

So when it comes to a water ionizer, let’s consider three of the most popular reasons many people purchase one.  

  • Hydration.  Makes sense.  We all need to drink water.  Many people are reluctant to trust tap water or
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Cliff “Shaud” Brown and Tyent Water

Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 27, 2017 6:09 pm

 
Sports performance coach, pro-athlete and celebrity trainer Clifford Shaud Brown has a pretty awesome line in motivation.  In fact, he has several!

Cliff is a big fan of Tyent Water.

A big fan of Tyent Water to supplement his athletic lifestyle, Cliff has an Instagram feed that provides an insight into what inspires him and keeps him moving!

“Proper nutrition and mindset is just as important as the physical work in the gym. Go be great. Start your day

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