Now, it’s easy to think about the bottled water industry being right at the other end of any “Earth-friendly” scale, but some recent news is heartening and perhaps surprising.
On January 17, at the 2018 Keep America Beautiful National Conference, the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) announced that it would be sponsoring the Keep America Beautiful initiative.
“We stand committed to helping Americans better understand recycling and its potential for economic, environmental and community benefits by working with all stakeholders—manufacturers; the waste management industry; government entities; other nonprofit
Water ionizer technology, relatively speaking, is still a fairly new kid on the block. Domestic ionizers have only really been available since the 1990’s, although the Japanese Government declared that water ionizers were to be classified as health-improving medical devices in 1966, with South Korea following suit a few years later.
However, the way that the benefits of ionized alkaline water are understood have changed since the earliest ionizers were manufactured.
Hydrogen, Not pH, is Key
In what resembles an about-turn from the medical establishment over recent years, hydrogen is now acknowledged as being the key element in terms of vital health benefits, rather than – as was thought until …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 2, 2017 12:00 pm
Who doesn’t love a Cheat Sheet? Who doesn’t need one every now and then? Life is always throwing new stuff at us, and there isn’t always time to stop and download and process everything properly. This conundrum is beautifully expressed in the words of Homer. No, not thatHomer.
“Every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain.”
~ Homer Simpson
Cheat Sheets basically help us to cut to the chase and focus on the salient facts while leaving out the less important stuff. When it comes to Tyent Ionizers, our Cheat Sheet is perfect to avail yourself of the essentials, in the …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 27, 2016 12:00 pm
We rightly focus a great deal on what ionized alkaline water does for you, but less so on the actual ionizer itself. We know that an ionizer produces alkaline water, but how does it do that? What goes on inside the machine that produces such amazing results? Let’s find out!
Free Water Report!
The first thing to remember is that an ionizer works with your existing water supply. Step one, when you decide to purchase an ionizer, is to obtain one of our free water reports. Once you’ve decided whether to opt for an under-counter or counter top model, the ionizer is plumbed into your water supply.
There’s a whole lot of information out there about water ionizers and the incredible benefits that millions of people have enjoyed for years. The medical establishment has weighed in time and time again with endorsements, and scientists are racing to make the next breakthrough when it comes to how ionized alkaline water can positively affect health.
But let’s be cynical for a moment. Sure, all of that is true. But still, is that reason enough to actually go ahead and buy an ionizer? In other words, is buying a water ionizer really worth it?
What Are the Alternatives?
Well, first of all, let’s think about the alternatives. America’s water supply and pipeline …
It’s possible that although you know about ionized water and the benefits of drinking it, the finer details of how alkaline water is actually produced by that sleek and shiny appliance might be less clear.
With that in mind, we thought we’d take a look at exactly what an ionizer is, and what goes on inside it!
How Does it Work?
An ionizer can be fitted above counter level, or tucked away out of sight below your counter; it’s really a matter of personal preference. It is plumbed into your existing pipework although it almost always has it’s own control panel to actually draw the water. …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 20, 2016 7:00 am
You may have read the reviews, spoken with people who already have an ionizer, or perhaps even tried alkaline water for yourself at the gym or somewhere else. So you’re impressed, and you’d love to be able to drink ionized water whenever you like, but the cost rules it out, right? Actually, what I’m about to share may pleasantly surprise you! So, read on…
Let’s be completely frank. For most people, buying an ionizer is a major purchase, but one that’s within reach, and with financing options available, purchasing your very own ionizer is a real possibility.
No matter how much we believe in our products and want to tell you all about how much value they add to your life, we equally want to give some balance.
Pic one. Scales of justice. Caption ‘Need help to weigh up the facts?’
If we only ever told you how amazing owning a water ionizer is, then you might rightly think that we were only giving you one side of the story. So in the interests of being completely open-handed and fair, we’re going to give you the heads up on the real pros and cons of water ionizers.
Your health will thank you. There are so many benefits to drinking
How long have you got? The many benefits that you can expect from a Tyent water ionizer will amaze you. Alkaline water can help your overall health in so many ways, and it’s hands down the easiest and most delicious method of supporting your short term and long term well-being.
Tyent Alkaline Water Has an Abundance of Natural Antioxidants
Antioxidants are our heroes. They pursue, conquer and neutralize damaging free radicals, which cause aging, disease and deterioration in our overall health. Doctors and medical experts can’t say enough good things about the power of antioxidants, which are abundantly available in every sip of ionized alkaline …
A lot is written about alkaline water. Some of it is excellent, peer-reviewed, solid science. However, because of the nature of the internet and the constant stream of information and misinformation, half-truths become ‘fact’ and if a rumor is repeated often enough, then it probably becomes a statistic without many people actually noticing.
And then there are the persuasive, as yet unproven theories and suppositions that will one day become either fact or perhaps evolve into entirely new concepts.
So Is Micro Clustering Real?
Scientists are (mostly) agreed that water molecules probably have a tendancy to associate with each other. But that’s not micro clustering.