The holidays are a wonderful time that brings much joy. One of the main features during this time of year is the delicious and comforting food. So many want to continue to eat healthfully during the holidays and yet, at the same time, not feel they are missing out. This is why I wanted to offer healthier …
Posted by: William Poole On November 26, 2015 4:35 pm
After 65 days at sea, surrounded by salt water, without a drop of land or fresh water in sight, I bet the pilgrims could’ve used a tall glass of alkaline water. The hydrogen and antioxidant-rich alkaline water would’ve given them an ultra boost of hydration as they set foot in the New World.
Unfortunately for the first pilgrims, alkaline water ionizers didn’t exist in 1620, but, thankfully, they do exist today. This Thanksgiving, as we consider the things that are most important to us, make sure to give thanks for alkaline water!
Posted by: William Poole On November 14, 2015 12:40 pm
The Pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving feast in 1621 to celebrate their first successful harvest in the New World. Of course, the Pilgrims didn’t have a Tyent water ionizer on hand to enhance the flavor and health benefits of their meal, but that doesn’t mean a water ionizer can’t be an important part of your Thanksgiving meal preparation!
Here are three tasty tips from Tyent USA to make your Thanksgiving meal extra special in 2015:
Tenderize Your Turkey with Turbo Alkaline Water
Ever wonder how restaurants get perfectly moist roasted poultry in their restaurants? One trick chefs use is they soak their birds in brine which is a solution of water and salt. Guess what? Brines happen to be …
Can you believe Thanksgiving week is already here? With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s the perfect opportunity to go green with your holiday festivities. The holidays can create a lot of waste in households across the U.S. For example, imagine all the potential for thrown-away food and decorations.
With Thanksgiving two days away, we’re sharing five of our favorite tips for a green Thanksgiving celebration, in keeping with our ever-present efforts to go green with our products and everyday lives.
Buy local for the turkey and other feast accoutrements. While you may not be able to get every item you need for Thanksgiving from a local farmer’s market or co-op, you can at least get your veggies and …