Need to shape up and lose a few pounds? Â Want to replace the wobbly bits with toned muscles?
Fitness for Fun!
Either way, the best way to pick a healthy activity and stick to it is to make it fun!Â It sounds obvious, right?Â Weâre grown-ups after all.Â We get to choose what we do to keep fit.Â So find something you love!Â Need inspiration?Â Then grab a glass of Tyent Water and check out our top 5 picks!
Hiking. Great for an all over workout that can be as gentle or as tough as you make it.Â Act like a kid and jump on tree stumps and rocks as
Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 23, 2017 12:00 pm
If youâre buying an ionizer then hold on to your wallet until youâve read this.Â There are seven major features that are essential to look for when buying an ionizer, so read on to make sure you buy wisely!
The quality and performance of the plates in your ionizer cannot be stressed enough. Tyent solid/mesh hybrid plates are constructed from titanium and dipped multiple times in pure platinum for an unsurpassed performance.
“At Tyent USA, there is one thing that we know for sureâwe have the largest, strongest, most reliable and most powerful plates in the industry.”
Equally as important as the plates are the filters.Â Tyent Dual Ultra filters remove 200 contaminants and
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 8, 2016 12:00 pm
Following on from our own reports into the deepening crisis surrounding Americaâs water supply, comes a sobering and informative article from the Scientific American.Â Â The author, Robert Glennon, is Regentsâ Professor at the University of Arizona.Â Â
Prophecy in the Water
Glennon also authored a book, âUnquenchable: Americaâs Water Crisis and What To Do About It,â back in 2009, long before we were horrified by the events unfolding in Flint.Â The book seems eerily prophetic now; referring to the âlooming catastropheâ of how the government diverts and maintains water supplies; while elsewhere, millions of gallons of water are wasted.
A Corrosion of Trust
Going back to the Scientific American article, the …
It’s hard to keep track of all the companies out there making water ionizers. Good thing there’s only one name you need to know when it comes to alkaline water.
The Alkaline Water Confusion
Enagic and Kangen are two names I hear thrown around a lot when people talk about alkaline water. The first time I went to buy a water ionizer, all the different naming conventions really confused me. The thing is, they’re the same thing. But here’s the important question…
Can Enagic Compete with Tyent?
The answer is no, but let’s see why.
To demystify some of the confusion regarding water ionizers, let’s have a side-by-side comparison of Enagic’s SD-501 and Tyent’s MMP-9090 Turbo Extreme ionizer to see …