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Ionized Water

Amazing Benefits from Alkaline Water 

Drinking Tyent Water can improve your health in many ways.

Here is a list of ways you and your family can benefit from :

Maintain a healthy pH Balance

Studies show that metabolic acidosis is associated with many degenerative diseases, can accelerate aging, and cause weight gain. Discover how alkaline water helps neutralize damaging acids.

Alkaline water is used for:

  • Healthy Part of Weight Loss
  • Natural Detoxification
  • Powerful Hydration


A Healthy Part of Weight Loss

A recent study on alkaline water reports that people who drank alkaline water lost an average of 12 pounds over 2 months.

Drinking alkaline water daily may help:

  • Maintain your metabolism
  • Reduce appetite
  • Support healthy probiotics
  • Promote healthy weight loss


Natural Detoxification

Alkaline water has been shown by clinical research to help the body expel 10 heavy metals.

Drinking alkaline water daily may help:

  • Protect against the toxic effects of mercury
  • Helps the body excrete toxins
  • Optimizes detoxification regimens


Powerful Hydration

Ionized alkaline water hydrates better than plain water and helps supply the body with essential minerals.


Drinking alkaline water daily may help:

  • Proper hydration (may prevent heart attacks and strokes)
  • Cells hydrate quickly
  • Improve athletic hydration and recovery


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Rosborg, I, B Nihlgard, and L Gerhardsson. "Hair element concentrations in females in one acid and one alkaline area in southern Sweden." PubMed NCBI. Ambio, n.d. Web. 3 Jul 2013. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14703901

Vorobjeva, N.V.. "Selective stimulation of the growth of anaerobic microflora in the human intestinal tract by electrolyzed reducing water." Medical Hypotheses. Elsevier, 14 Jun 2004. Web. 5 Jul 2013. http://www.medical-hypotheses.com/article/S0306-9877(04)00489-X/abstract.