Memorial Day Weekend: Are You Ready?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 23, 2019 8:24 pm

Memorial Day falls on Monday, May 27th this year, so if you haven’t made plans yet, it’s time to get your skates on!

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What are your plans for Memorial Day Weekend?

With the three-day holiday almost upon us, the unofficial start of summer will be traditionally marked with commemoration parades and services dedicated to those American servicemen and women who fought and died for their country.

Memorial Day Weekend: A Time for Reflection and Celebration

Memorial Day is a time to reflect on the sacrifices these brave men and women made, and the families left behind.

Many of us choose to spend Memorial Day Weekend with our own families - enjoying the celebrations, attending local events, and holding picnics

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The Water in California: Is it Really a Cocktail of Carcinogens?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 9, 2019 5:19 pm

A new study done by the Environmental Working Group has revealed that the cocktail of toxins and contaminants in the Californian municipal water supply could contribute to 15,500 cases of cancer over the course of an average lifetime.

Read on to learn more about the water in California and what Californians should use to effectively filter their water:

  1. What’s in the Water in California?
  2. Is It Safe to Drink the Water in California?
  3. What’s the Best Type of Water Filter to Use?
  4. What Are Tyent Filters Capable Of?

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The water in California: just how big is the problem?

What’s in the Water in California?

With chemicals and radioactive particles including hexavalent chromium (the ‘Erin Brockovich’ chemical); uranium, radium, disinfectant …

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Mental Health Month: 6 Ways to Get Involved

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 6, 2019 4:16 pm

May is Mental Health Month.

Chances are that you know someone who is battling a mental health issue right now.  Maybe you have the first-hand experience of it yourself. If that’s the case, then you’re not alone.

46 million Americans - including 7.7 million children - each year report mental health concerns.

Mental health is a big subject, so follow along below to understand it better:

  1. What Is Mental Health?
  2. What Are The Different Types of Mental Health?
  3. What Is Mental Health Month?
  4. Why Is May Mental Health Month?
  5. How To Get Involved For Mental Health Month
  6. Are Water Ionizers A Solution For Better Mental Health?

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1 in 5 people needs support with mental health issues.

What Is Mental Health?

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5 Tips to Stay Hydrated This Summer with Dr. Lori!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 1, 2019 5:52 pm

Dr. Lori is BACK AGAIN to give you her 5 proven tips for staying hydrated this summer!

Summer is a time of fun, smiles and a lot of heat.

Drinking water is important year-round and particularly in the summer months. Often people turn to sodas, energy drinks, juices, and more to quench their thirst when they only exacerbate the dehydration condition.

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To learn more about Dr. Lori Shemek - visit her website!

If your goal is to become healthy and fit, drinking enough water is a foundational tool to accomplish that.

Use these 5 proven tips to help reach or maintain your health and weight loss goals this summer:

  1. Replenish Lost Nutrients
  2. Drink the Right Water
  3. Pay Attention to Color
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Get The Lead Out: How is Your State Doing?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 27, 2019 10:48 am

Along with the rest of America, we’ve been talking about lead in school water recently.

There is a lot of information out there and sometimes, it helps to take a bird’s eye view of what’s happening and where:

  1. What Is My State Doing About Lead?
  2. What Is the Get The Lead Out Campaign?
  3. What Are the Goals of the Get The Lead Out Campaign?
  4. Are Millions of Americans Affected by Lead?
  5. Can a Water Ionizer Get the Lead Out of My Water?

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Is your state currently acting to get the lead out of schools?

What Is My State Doing About Lead?

Environment America has helpfully produced this state-by-state map along with some emotive language about how the regulations in place …

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Tax Refund Season is Here. How to Spend Your Tax Refund Wisely!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 23, 2019 5:43 pm

Have you made any big plans yet for your tax refund?

That time of year is upon us again and there are decisions to be made, so let’s have a recap of what Tax Refund Season means for all of us and crucially, how to spend your tax refund wisely:

  1. What Is a Tax Refund?
  2. What Is the 2019 Tax Refund Schedule?
  3. Where Can I Track My Tax Refund Status?
  4. How To Spend Your Tax Refund Wisely
  5. Is Using Your Tax Refund for a Water Ionizer a Good Idea?

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It’s Tax Refund Season! There’s no better time to invest in a water ionizer!

What Is a Tax Refund?

In simple terms, you receive a tax refund when you’ve overpaid your …

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So Long, Soda! Why a Water Ionizer is the Best Choice for Family Hydration

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 17, 2019 8:14 pm

The extent to which soda poses a serious risk to the nation's health continues to make headlines, and the wheels of change are turning at several levels.

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Need a reason to ditch soda and switch to a water ionizer? Keep reading then!

Health Experts Slam Soda

We’re all drinking less of the sticky stuff, which is great.

But, there is also an impassioned plea to take the health risks seriously - in the form of a range of strategies and proposed public policies endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Heart Association.

With voter-backed new taxes being imposed on sugary soda and yet another damning report – this time focusing on the link between drinking soda and

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Water Ionizer Declutter and Spring Clean! Save Money and Get Some Sparkle Into Your Home!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 10, 2019 6:26 pm

Decluttering is having a zeitgeist moment and there’s no better time to do it than Springtime!

Below – learn all about decluttering and how you can use a Tyent water ionizer to enhance your spring cleaning:

  • Declutter Meaning
  • The Joy of Decluttering
  • What is the Water Ionizer Declutter and Clean?
  • How to Clean Up in More Ways Than One!
  • Where Can I Get Incredible Water Ionizer Deals?

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A water ionizer gives the perfect chemical-free clean!

Declutter Meaning

What is decluttering?

Decluttering is the process of removing unnecessary items from (an untidy or overcrowded place).

The Joy of Decluttering

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Decluttering means different things to different people, and there are various ways to approach it.

But before you begin, be sure to

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Lead in School Water: How Can I Protect My Kids?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 8, 2019 6:22 pm

In 2017, 13 million American kids went to school and drank water containing elevated levels of lead.

An additional 18 million kids attended schools where the drinking water either wasn’t tested for lead or where officials had no record of whether the water had been tested or not.

Let’s make no bones about this.  The presence of lead in school water is approaching a crisis point.

In this article – we’ll cover:

  1. What Is Lead?
  2. The Presence of Lead in U.S. Drinking Water
  3. How Much Lead is Safe in Drinking Water?
  4. Lead in Drinking Water in Schools
  5. How Does Lead Get into Drinking Water in Schools?
  6. Do All Schools Test Drinking Water for Lead?
  7. Who Monitors the Lead Levels in
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Drinking Soda Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke: Shocking New Findings

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 3, 2019 7:13 pm

A recent report has drawn a link between drinking diet soda and an increased risk of stroke and heart disease.

Keep reading as we discuss the following:

  1. Why is Soda Bad for You?
  2. Which Artificial Sweeteners Are Most Harmful?
  3. How to Stop Drinking Soda
  4. Water Ionizer Benefits
  5. Why NOW is a Great Time to Buy a Water Ionizer!

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Do women have an increased risk of stroke from drinking soda?

Why is Soda Bad for You?

The report revealed that one group of the population emerges as being at a higher risk than others: women who have experienced menopause.

The comprehensive study incorporated data from 81,000 women, tracked over an average of 11.9 years.

After adjustments were made for lifestyle factors,

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