What’s the newest advancements in water technology? Can we talk about cacti for a moment? Those iconic, prickly stalwarts of countless movies and cartoons depicting dry, airless deserts are amazing things and we don’t use the word lightly. Like any other living thing, cacti need water to live. As they usually live in parched, arid conditions, cacti have developed incredible systems in order to survive.
Those prickles are actually leaves, modified to prevent roaming animals from eating the plant, but also to conserve water. Their roots are shallow but spread widely, in order to grab as much rainfall as they can, given the opportunity. Some varieties of cacti can soak up 200 gallons of …
Water ionizers are something that we think of for adults, but can water ionizers make an impact on your kids’ overall health?
Summer is now close enough to touch. The air already carries the scent of sunscreen and kicked-off flip flops. Soon it will be thick with the tang of dropped ice cream on hot pavements and barbecue scents wafting through the air from your neighbor’s yard.
Water Ionizers to Help Kids Hydrate
We all need to drink more in hot weather. But kids, racing around with their friends, cycling, climbing and playing in the sun, often aren’t clued up enough about their hydration needs.
There’s a special kind of shadow that descends over even the most loving friendships once one party – I’ll call her “Jane” – discovers the wonders of Multi-Level Marketing, or “MLM.” I’ve seen friends there before with candles and “natural” skincare products of dubious origin. This time, it was the turn of Kangen and their money-spinning (but not saving!) modus operandi.
Friends with Vested Interests?
“Jane” started to talk about how her friends should buy a water ionizer. Fine, you might think. But we should only buy a Kangen Ionizer. From her. To be fair, I loved the idea of the health benefits of ionized water, but …
Well, is it? Of course not! That’s a little like asking if Chanel No. 5 is the only perfume. One of the first fragrances to gain international recognition and celebrity endorsement (Marilyn Monroe was a fan) — even the iconic No. 5 cannot claim to be the only true perfume out there. By the same token, Kangen Water is not the only ionized alkaline water!
A Brief History of Water Ionizers
Originating from Japan, Kangen ionizers were among the first domestic water ionizers to become widely available. Back then, there was little to no competition in the field. Now? It’s a very different story.
Yesterday we began looking at other water ionizer companies to review the differences between them, see how their machines create alkaline water and explore what you get for your money.
We began with world famous Kangen water by Enagic. People familiar with alkaline water and the machines that produce it recognize Kangen as one of the most well known brands in the industry. They are by far the biggest company in the ionized alkaline water world. Nevertheless, as posed yesterday, the question remains, does just being the biggest make them the best?
What About Those Chemicals You Need to Add to Kangen?
We received a lot of mail over the weekend, with many messages focusing on a similar theme. People want to know about other companies that sell water ionizers and how The Tyent Alkaline Water Ionizer Company stacks up against that competition.
It’s no secret that Tyent is not the only company in the business of creating water ionizers. There are many companies that sell water ionizers and knowing which machine to choose can be a bit confusing.
Were you aware that Tyent’s machines won the Editor’s Choice Award for Best Ionizer of the Yearfor the past three years in a row?
True of False: Kangen Water Machine are the Best You …
Let’s Do Some Comparative Shopping of Water Ionizer Brands
It is no secret that bottled water is big business. Each year, literally billions of dollars are spent by consumers the world over in search of a better alternative to tap water.
You can’t blame people for wanting to drink water that doesn’t contain all the dangerous chemicals found in city water, however, with prices averaging around $1.45 per bottle, that can get pretty expensive over the long haul and then there are quality issues as well.
Nearly 25% of all bottled water is merely glorified municipal water, which translates to tap water from another city that has been cleaned up by any number of processes. Not good. There are …