The Japanese have loved the effects of drinking water enriched with hydrogen (or shinâ€™nooru) for so long, itâ€™s part and parcel of their culture.
Hydrogen and Water Ionizers
This study identified an anti-aging phenomenon that Japanese women have known about for years.Â Scientists observed that external application of hydrogen-rich ionized water inhibited the formation of wrinkles and boosted collagen production.
Smoothing wrinkles and holding on to youthful skin is pretty …
Commute to a desk job?Â Work outdoors or in the family home?Â Whatever shape your regular work takes, sometimes you might feel like the daily grind has, well, ground you down!
How Your Water Ionizer Can Help!
The great news is that Tyent Water can help to restore and support your work performance.Â Drinking hydrogen-rich water from your water ionizer will have you firing on all cylinders every day!Â But how?…
Want to turn back time?Â Walk with dinosaurs?Â Swap make-up tips with Cleopatra?Â Or just want to get some of that youthful glow back to your skin?Â We canâ€™t help with the first two, but a water ionizer can definitely help you get your sparkle back!
Whatâ€™s in the Water?
A Tyent water ionizer gives you fresh, filtered ionized water at the push of a button.Â But …
A beautifully made Swiss watch or a traditional grandfather clock looks elegant and impressive on the outside, but conceals the real magic on the inside.Â Unseen, those myriad working parts all function together to produce something rather special.
Whatâ€™s Inside a Water Ionizer?
A Tyent water ionizer is a little like this.Â That sleek, chic casing looks amazing in even the most high-end kitchens but itâ€™s not a …
When youâ€™re on the cusp of making any major purchase, you need to weigh up both the good and the not-so-good.Â When it comes to buying a water ionizer, good news!Â Weâ€™ve done the legwork for you, so all you have to do is read through our list of the pros and cons of owning a water ionizer and make your decision!
Thereâ€™s an old gag about someone who was proud that theyâ€™d owned the same cheap yard brush for 20 years.Â During those two long decades of brushing, scrubbing and sweeping, the brush had only needed three new handles and 8 new brush heads.Â In other words, that cheap yard brush had probably ended up costing far more than a better quality brush that was rejected for being too expensive!
My grandmother, like so many of her generation, was big on preserves and finding ways of storing any surplus for leaner times.Â Part of the preserving process included canning, which meant that her pantry shelves were lined with dozens of bottles and jars containing everything from beans and artichokes, to jams and chicken.
Among this vision of bucolic bounty, I remember my grandmother sternly telling me about …