In a recent blog, we looked at the dangers of using chemical cleaners around the home and how Turbo water from your water ionizer can do the job just as well, without any toxic fumes. Â
What Kind of Spring-Cleaner Are You? Â
Many people like to carry out a spring clean at this time of year. Â For some, itâ€™s little more than bundling away winter coats and shoes; for others, it means systematically going through each room, carrying out a deep clean and throwing out or recycling whatever isnâ€™t nailed down (Hi, Mom!).
Tyent Spring-Cleaning Tips!
To get you into the spring-cleaning spirit, weâ€™ve dusted down and buffed up some …
Few things are sweeter than having a bit of money saved up for a rainy day.Â Yes, there are many ways a little extra money can be spent of course, but have you considered investing that money into a product that will pay you and your family healthy dividends for a lifetime?Â Perhaps you haven’t, but you may want to consider it.
I’m talking about investing in an ionized alkaline water purifier from Tyent for your home or place of business. The advantages to your health from drinking ionized alkaline water are undeniable and supportable.Â Just drinking water that is much cleaner than you are …
I have been writing this blog for the Tyent Alkaline Water Company for over a year now and honestly, for the first few weeks I was literally dreaming about alkaline water.Â
And while I have learned a great deal about water, ionized water, ionized alkaline water, acidic water, yada, yada, yada, I just watched an impressive Tyent video and learned some things I did not know.Â Â
That surprised me because I felt I pretty much knew all there was to know about varying types of water and the machines that produce it.Â
The video I watched (below)Â comparedÂ a Tyent alkaline water ionizer to the king of the hill, Kangen machine. Kangen was the first company I’d …
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Water in the News in America
Â Â Â As I have written lately, you canâ€™t open a newspaper, listen to the radio or turn on your television set without reading, hearing, or seeing something pertaining to water.
From the California drought to chemical spills in West Virginia and the algae blooms in Ohio, water is definitely in the news.
Today, itâ€™s in New Jersey, where the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) announced last week (August 12th) that the capping of the two landfills in the townships of Cinnaminson and Duran, New Jersey, didnâ€™t require any more action to be taken as the current measures have proven to be effective.Â The sites drew national attention when the federal government …
Â Â Â Have you ever wondered what the annual costs are of drinking bottled water?Â Probably not.Â There is much to consider when figuring out the price.Â Here are five facts that most bottled water drinkers probably donâ€™t think about before they open that cooler door at the store and grab a bottle.
Americans buy 50 billion plastic bottles of water each year
It requires 17 million barrels of oil to produce those bottles
We only recycle plastic at a rate of 23% so 38 billion bottles hit the landfill annually
The recommended 8 glasses of water a day will cost you about $50 from your tap yearly
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â One drink you really should avoidÂ Â Â Â We eat and drink many things that are bad for us health wise.Â In some ways, it is understandable.Â I would think that most people, if given the option, would probably choose a snack cake over a bowl of kale.Â Yet the snack cake is loaded with sugar, artificial flavors, and preservatives while in a Human Nutrition Research Center study, kale ranked highest in antioxidants of any food.Â Â
So while we wonâ€™t stop consuming all the things that are bad for us or begin consuming all the things that are good for us, with a little common sense and will power, we can strike a balance.Â