Water, Water Everywhere…

It sounds obvious, but water is everywhere at the moment.  From Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water cleaning up during awards season; the reckless craze for so-called “Raw Water”; the fact that South Africa’s Cape Town is about to reach Day Zero when the water runs out, and closer to home, that America’s own water supply is barely out of the news these days.  

Water is making headlines every day.
What Do We Want From Water?

Water is big news.  Of course it is, it’s a massive part of our lives.  We depend on it for life itself and yet we’re all guilty of wasting it from time to time.  So how did we become so complacent about it?  

Let’s be mindful for a second and think about what we want from our water.  Our basic water needs are the same across the globe: water should be plentiful, clean and safe.  

Old Pipes, New Poisons

In terms of infrastructure, America is a victim of its own success: in many cases, towns and cities have expanded dramatically since the pipelines were laid.  Those pipelines are ill equipped to deal with the increase in population and the attendant chemicals, drugs and toxins that flow –literally – from modern life.  

But as the standard of our municipal water becomes lower, our expectations become higher.  And that’s a good thing, because water is vital.  Going back to that basic need of clean, safe and plentiful, we have to accept that if we want that, then we have to be pro-active about it.  We can’t passively rely any longer on what comes out of the tap.  

Say No To Plastics

Plastic bottles are bad news, for so many reasons and it’s heartening to see more and more people turning their backs on disposable plastics.  

Jug filters?  A definite improvement, but many contaminants in much of America’s water can’t be filtered out so easily.  

A Solution You Can Count On

A Tyent water ionizer gives you a constant supply of clean, safe, naturally antioxidant hydrogen water at the push of button.  Every machine comes with a lifetime guarantee.  We can even offer financing solutions to help with the family budget.  

We don’t want to talk about problems without offering a solution, and we’re proud that our customers are so satisfied with their Tyent Water Ionizers that we have an A+ rating from the BBB.

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Why not call us today at to find out how easy it is to install a Tyent Ionizer?  Then you can enjoy that simple pleasure of plentiful, clean, safe water every day – no matter what the headlines say.  

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2 thoughts on “Water, Water Everywhere…

    1. Hi, Kevin. We don’t suggest drinking RO water because your body needs healthy minerals and it gets a lot of minerals from mineral-rich water. Since RO water has none, it can pose a big problem for your body. Reverse osmosis removes the bad stuff from your water as well as the good minerals that your body needs, unlike ionized alkaline water.

      For municipal RO water programs, the water is likely to be remineralized to stabilize it before use. However, it is the case that RO water that has not been remineralized is devoid of essential minerals, and that can be potentially problematic in the long term. This recent eco-epidemiological study of 13,723 girls and 16,161 boys noted that – among other issues – low-mineral water can retard height growth and increase the possibility of dental decay.

      Alongside the health risks, this report also draws attention to another important issue with demineralized water; that it is corrosive to metal pipes, containers, and storage tanks, giving rise to the risk of contamination.

      “RO industry has become aware of the reality that long term consumption of demineralised water is not good for health. They are also trying to find solutions to make their RO filtered water healthy.”
      – Dr. Rummi Devi Saini, Associate Professor of Chemistry, S. M.D.R.S.D. College, Pathankot, India

      We absolutely support the short-term use of RO water systems in the field and in emergencies – they can be vital in so many situations. The World Health Organization (WHO) took a comprehensive look at minerals in water and the potential risks of reverse osmosis. Ultimately, we align our view with the WHO statement: that long-term consumption, “has a definite adverse influence on the animal and human organism.”

      We are very happy to answer any questions that you have about the relative merits of a water ionizer. Thank you for your comments and interest.

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