Having healthy, luxurious, and strong locks of hair has been a cherished desire of many people over the years. But, only a small percentage of people are born with naturally great hair, while others need to put in more …
So – you’ve made the commitment to drink alkaline water? Congratulations: you’ve made an awesome decision!
Now we know that you’re keen to start experiencing all of those incredible alkaline water benefits, but can we check that you’re not in danger of making three common mistakes that new alkaline water drinkers may be prone to make?
Mistake #1: Bottling Out of the Real Thing?
Bottled alkaline water is expensive – but what about all that plastic?
We all need to cut down on using disposable plastics, so it makes sense to start by refraining from buying these plastic water bottles.
One of the big health benefits of alkaline water is …
The holiday season is upon us – and there are So. Many. Things. To. Do. But while we enjoy a slightly worried pause – thinking about ordering the turkey, buying presents, decorations, visitors, guests…take a deep breath and take heart: a Tyent Water Ionizer is your best friend this holiday season!
Check out these 12 ways that water ionizers keep your holidays happy!
1) Festive Energy!
Energy is the one thing that we need tons of during the holidays – as holiday treats and the occasional glass of wine can deplete your energy fast.
Where you can you turn to for a quick, energizing pick-me-up?
Almost every holiday gathering has good food and drinks to enjoy with family and friends while catching up with each other. Let’s face it: sometimes…that’s the whole point of celebrating the holiday season.
Turkey and all the traditional side dishes and trimmings are nothing short of fabulous, but you know what else everyone just loves to eat during the holidays? Finger foods. Appetizers. Hors-d’oeuvres.
Whatever you call them, those little snacks that you hold delicately in one hand, chatting away with family and friends while the cooking aromas drift out of the kitchen, are irresistible.
A few weeks ago, an interesting exchange took place between Reddit users and Portland Trail Blazers guard Anfernee Simons. Leaping into a Reddit AMA on the scientifically charged question of whether water is wet or dry, Simons’ reply challenged minds and blew theories out of the water: “No, water is not wet.”
How Wet is Water?
People laughed, and a few commentators leaped in with comparisons to Kyrie Irving’s hastily withdrawn ‘flat earth’ comments.
But the thing is – Simons’ answer was, “on the money.” He went on to clarify that water is not wet, but; “Whatever water gets on is wet.”