Water Ionizers vs Soda? It’s a No-Brainer! [Infographic]

Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 18, 2018 1:03 pm

America’s long love affair with soda is finally over.

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Water Ionizers vs Soda? It’s a NO BRAINER!

Too much sugar. The weird aftertaste and mounting concern over artificial sweeteners used. The rising fears about some of the chemicals used to produce soda’s addicting taste.

We’re not surprised to hear about soda’s much-anticipated decline. However, soda hasn’t quite disappeared from the shelves just yet.

The sales numbers for soda are still alarming – but there’s reason for optimism.

Americans drank 12.3 billion gallons of soda in 2017 – down a significant 1 billion gallons from 2012.

Some people are turning to carbonated water to get their “fizzy fix,” but are these people being ripped off, and can they trust what’s in …

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Young NASA Scientists: Winners Announced!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 15, 2018 11:03 am

Back in May, we featured a young scientist competition in which a group of East Coast youngsters were named finalists in the NASA “OPSPARC” Challenge.

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Is there a future Tyent water ionizer engineer here? Credit: bdpatoday

Their innovation?  Using NASA-inspired technology to clean up lead-contaminated water in schools for fellow students using a two-stage filtration jar, designed to filter the water and remove impurities.

The Winners are Announced!

We have some great news for anyone who followed the progress of these young scientists!

The winners have now been announced and we’re thrilled that Bria Snell, India Skinner, and Mikayla Sharrieff were awarded the second prize in the finals of the competition in the Grade 9 -12 category!

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How Water Ionizers Can Help Your Gut Instincts!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 13, 2018 5:30 pm

You need to pay special attention to your gut instincts, because a healthy gut = healthy and happier you!

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Do your gut instincts need some TLC?

Did you know that your gastrointestinal tract needs to be kept healthy to keep your whole body in balance?

Great health really does begin in the gut – so what we eat plays a key part in either improving or harming our gut microbes (bacteria that’s good or bad, and lives in our intestines).

The food we eat travels to our GI tract, where it’s then broken down to enable the nutrients in our food to be absorbed by releasing hormones that trigger the proper digestive enzymes to be released.

Our GI tract supports …

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Do Men and Women Glow or Sweat? Can a Water Ionizer Hydrate You Faster?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 9, 2018 1:00 pm

Recently, we looked at what happens when we sweat and why ionized alkaline water from a water ionizer is SO awesome for replenishing our bodies when we do sweat.

But did you know that men and women sweat differently?

Do You Glow or Sweat? 

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That post-workout glow, Victorian-style.

There’s an old saying that may or not have emanated from the rather buttoned-up sensibilities of Victorian England: ‘horses sweat, men perspire, but ladies merely glow.’

Over the years, this saying has been interpreted through the widespread perception that women are “delicate flowers” who don’t “sweat” like their male counterparts do.

But here’s the thing. Recent studies reveal that the Victorians might have been on to something.

Men Sweat More Than Women!

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Meet Joe Boccuti! Tyent Founder & President Talks Water Ionizers!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On August 11, 2018 11:02 am

Here at Tyent – we love to talk about water ionizers and why they are so all-around AWESOME to have in your life.

But guess what? There’s no better person to explain why drinking hydrogen-rich alkaline water (known as hydrogen water) is such an amazing gift to your health than the Founder and President of Tyent himself – Joe Boccuti!

You won’t believe what happened when Joe spent some time chatting with celebrity host and media personality Eraldo Maglara – so keep reading to find out!

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NO ONE knows more about water ionizers than Joe Boccuti!

How Tyent Water Ionizers Began!

What motivated Joe to assemble the most accomplished engineers and water ionizer technology experts to create the best

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Soda is a Big Problem in “The Town Without Water”

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 30, 2018 6:24 pm

For residents of San Cristóbal de las Casas, a southeastern state of Chiapas in Mexico, soda isn’t an occasional drink; soda is their main source of hydration!

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Kids need to drink water – not soda.
Credit: Toxic-Free Future

Soda Linked to Diabetes?

Due to decreasing rainfall, poor local infrastructure and (crucially) a huge Coca-Cola plant on the outskirts of San CristĂłbal de las Casas that has a license to draw thousands of gallons of water every day from the local water reserves, locals end up drinking soda instead of water.

The presence and effect of the Coca-Cola plant is the subject of heated and emotional debate, but what’s also startling is how a daily diet that consists mainly of …

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Yo-Yo Dieting & How to Get Better, Lasting Results!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 27, 2018 2:28 pm

We’d like to give a warm, hearty welcome to our special guest blogger, Lori Shemek, Ph.D.! Dr. Lori is a nutrition and weight loss expert who specializes in weight loss resistance, and she is the bestselling author of How to Fight FATflammation! and Fire Up Your Fat Burn! To learn more about Dr. Lori – visit her website!

Free weight loss advice from top-selling author Dr. Lori Shemek…

Are you constantly going on and off a diet to try and shed those stubborn pounds – only to leave you frustrated every time? You are not alone!

More than 68% of the American population is overweight or obese – and yo-yo dieting has something to do with it.

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Yo-Yo dieting:
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Summer Fitness Goals? Water Ionizers Can Help!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 23, 2018 6:24 pm

What’s the best way to stay fit in the summertime? To hit your summer fitness goals – some activities are more suitable for hot, sunny days in the summertime than in other activities.

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Summer fitness goals? Get into the great outdoors!

5 suitable activities that you can take part in to meet your summer fitness goals are:

Hiking

Stick to hiking trails that include areas of shade and make sure that you wear a wide-brimmed hat with cool, loose-fitting clothes to keep you cool along the way.

Be sure that you take snacks with you on the trails that will give you sustained energy (such as cashews or trail mix) – and don’t forget the sunscreen and plenty of Tyent …

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Conserving Water? America is Winning!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 20, 2018 12:38 pm

Well, here’s some good news! Americans are conserving water at a higher volume than ever before, according to a prominent US Geological Survey.

In 1980, we were using around 112 gallons of water per day each. This plummeted to 88 gallons per day in 2005 and 82 gallons per day in 2015, marking a 27 percent decrease, despite the population increasing by 4 percent during that time.

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America is conserving water like never before! Credit: The Fiscal Times

Winning at Domestic Water Use!

The survey also highlights how domestic water use is relatively small compared to the various ways that water is used on an industrial scale. However, the signs that we’re using significantly less of domestic water are …

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Nestlé: Friend or Foe of the Forest?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 18, 2018 6:24 pm

The Swiss transnational food and drink company Nestlé has won the latest round in a battle to retain the right to draw water from San Bernardino Forest in Southern California, to the dismay of environmental groups that have tried to stop the food giant from plundering the woodland water.

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How sustainable is this kind of practice from Nestlé? Credit: Houston Chronicle

Licensed to Seize Water?

Nestlé drew 32 million gallons of water in 2016 using a gravity-fed, water tunneling retrieval system. The new three-year permit is designed to allow Nestlé to extract water only when natural water levels are sufficient to safely support native fish, wildlife, and plants.

However – environmental observers are not convinced that these conditions go far …

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