How To Make 2022 Your Healthiest Year

Posted by: TyentUSA On December 31, 2021 2:00 pm

The pandemic has focused the minds of millions on how to get healthier and stay healthy. As we head into a bright New Year, we’ve got some of the greatest tips to make 2022 your healthiest year yet!

 

How To Make 2022 Your Healthiest Year

 

1. If you smoke, stop. Stopping smoking is the most healthful thing you can possibly do for your body, so do everything in your power to quit, and be proud that you did.

2. If you drink alcohol, then cut down and aim to only take a drink on one or two evenings per week at most. Why not try Dry January in 2022? It can give you a valuable reset in your relationship with alcohol.

3. Making 2022 …

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How to Prevent the #1 Holiday Pitfall

Posted by: TyentUSA On December 20, 2021 2:00 pm

Dr. Lori Shemek is back again to share some tips to avoid the #1 holiday pitfall.  Dr. Lori is the best-selling author of books such as The Ketogenic KeyFire Up Your Fat Burn and Beginner’s Guide to Intermittent Fasting.  Dr. Lori is a certified nutritional consultant and weight loss expert who spreads awareness of the negative effects of inflammation.  

 

How to Prevent the 1 Holiday Pitfall

 

Sugar is everywhere – particularly during the holidays, beginning with Halloween, through Thanksgiving, and long after Christmas,  so it is no surprise that people are not feeling their best or feel simply rotten.

Sugar’s effects are very real and there is a reason for this: sugar is inflammatory. With an excessive intake, the body goes on …

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10 Guaranteed Ways to Make Your Thanksgiving Easier

Posted by: TyentUSA On November 15, 2021 3:01 pm

As one of our most important holidays approaches, your thoughts might turn to how much work is involved, with guests, endless food preparation and so on. But that’s normal, right? Is it even possible to make your Thanksgiving easier?

It’s not only possible, but also easy! Wave goodbye to a stressful holiday – here are our 10 guaranteed ways to make your Thanksgiving easier!

 

As one of our most important holidays approaches, your thoughts might turn to how much work is involved, with guests, endless food preparation and so on. But that’s normal, right? Is it even possible to make your Thanksgiving easier? It’s not only possible, but also easy! Wave goodbye to a stressful holiday – here are our 10 guaranteed ways to make your Thanksgiving easier! 1. Plan what you’re going to be eating now, and don’t look at any more recipe magazines that might tempt you away from your menu! Once you know exactly what you’ll be serving this Thanksgiving, you can make a get-ahead shopping plan to help you stay in control. 2. Once you have that shopping plan, you can also work out how much of your menu you can make – in a nicely relaxed fashion - in the days or weeks before the big day and safely stash in the fridge or freezer. 3. Thanksgiving guests staying overnight? Don’t make breakfast a big deal. Make sure that everyone knows where the coffee, cereal and bowls are, set out a covered basket of muffins the night before and fill the fridge with juice. No one needs a military-style start to the day, so make it calm and relaxed for you and your guests. 4. Here’s a brilliantly simple tip for making your Thanksgiving easier: use square and rectangle pans in the oven. They line up easily and create much more space for cooking multiple dishes at once. 5. Don’t sweat the small stuff when it comes to seasonings and condiments. No one cares if you use Dijon mustard instead of grain mustard in a dressing. It doesn’t matter if the parsley in the sauce is fresh or dried. Cut yourself some slack and focus on the joy of the main event, not the minutiae. 6. Make your Thanksgiving turkey the best tasting ever by taking a tip from top chefs and marinating it in brine the night before. There is no easier way to dial up the flavor and keep the turkey nice and moist! 7. Still with the turkey, remember to take the temperature of your Thanksgiving turkey at several points – and never next to the bone. Make sure you get a reading of 165 degrees at the mid-thigh, wing and the thickest part of the turkey breast. Once you have that, take your turkey out and rest it for between 30 minutes and one hour. 8. One guaranteed way of making Thanksgiving morning easier is to lay the table the night before. You’ll be so pleased you did it the following day! 9. Delegate! Guests often ask if they can do anything to help, so accept the offer. Easy jobs like filling buckets with ice to chill drinks and free up fridge space, cutting bread and filling the water jugs are time-consuming jobs but easy ones to delegate. Guests love to feel useful and helping hands really do make your Thanksgiving easier! 10. Finally, it’s not cheating to buy in ready-made elements of the Thanksgiving feast. If you want to pick up a few side dishes or desserts to give a greater choice or make the big day easier, then do so, guilt-free! Remember: don’t work so hard that you skip drinking enough water! Dehydration is a fast way to feel sluggish. Drink Tyent hydrogen water for extra energy this Thanksgiving! Do you have a few of your own tips to make your Thanksgiving easier? Please share them!

 

1. Plan what you’re going to be eating now, and don’t look at any more recipe magazines that might tempt you away from your menu! Once you know exactly what you’ll be serving this Thanksgiving, you can make a get-ahead shopping plan to help you stay in control.

2. Once you have that …

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5 Tips to a Healthier Heart

Posted by: TyentUSA On October 27, 2021 12:26 pm

Dr. Lori Shemek is back again to share her 5 Tips to a Healthier Heart.  Dr. Lori is the best-selling author of books such as The Ketogenic KeyFire Up Your Fat Burn and Beginner’s Guide to Intermittent Fasting.  Dr. Lori is a certified nutritional consultant and weight loss expert who spreads awareness of the negative effects of inflammation.  

 

 

5 Tips to a Healthier Heart

 

One of the top health goals for many is to optimize their heart health. Heart disease is the #1 cause of death worldwide, and it’s mostly preventable by changing your lifestyle and managing risk factors. Nearly half of all adult Americans, that is 121 million, have some form of cardiovascular disease. The good news is that …

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Dangers of Reverse Osmosis Water

Posted by: TyentUSA On October 22, 2021 12:49 pm

Is Reverse Osmosis (RO) water dangerous? Find out why Reverse Osmosis water should carry a health warning! 

 

Dangers of reverse osmosis water

 

What Is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse Osmosis Water is ‘Dead’ Water
It Doesn’t Hydrate as Well as Alkaline Water
Reverse Osmosis Is Extremely Wasteful
Why Ionized Water is Better for You Than Reverse Osmosis Water

What Is Reverse Osmosis?

Reverse Osmosis water is produced by using pressure to force water through a series of artificial, semi-permeable membranes to remove impurities, including salt, larger particles and contaminants, resulting in clean, potable water.

So, what’s the problem? That all sounds good, right?

Not really, because of the next key takeaway with RO water:

Reverse Osmosis Water is ‘Dead’ Water

The problem is that the …

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Basic Home Gym Equipment for The Fitness Enthusiast

Posted by: TyentUSA On October 15, 2021 12:11 pm

For millions of people, 2020 was the year that they discovered the benefits of working out at home. No travel; no gym fees, a clean, available shower and a long cool glass of water within arm’s reach. While many people have drifted back to the gym for practical or social reasons, others are finding it easier to stick with the home workout.

So, what are the essential pieces of home gym equipment that will help to achieve your fitness goals and grow with you as you get fitter and stronger?

 

Home Gym Equipment for The Fitness Enthusiast

 

Rowing machine

A rowing machine is a great piece of kit to build overall fitness, strengthen your cardiovascular system and work lower, upper and core muscles at the …

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Top Foods to Eat for Diabetes

Posted by: TyentUSA On September 20, 2021 2:10 pm

Dr. Lori Shemek is back again to share her top foods to eat for Diabetes.  Dr. Lori is the best-selling author of books such as The Ketogenic KeyFire Up Your Fat Burn and Beginner’s Guide to Intermittent Fasting.  Dr. Lori is a certified nutritional consultant and weight loss expert who spreads awareness of the negative effects of inflammation.  

Top Foods to Eat for Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is affecting a large portion of our population. You most likely know someone or have this condition yourself. Yet even prediabetes is very problematic. Approximately 88 million American adults—1 in 3—have prediabetes. What’s important to also note is that more than 84% of people with prediabetes do not know they have it. Recent research has shown …

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Drink Alkaline Water After Exercising

Posted by: TyentUSA On September 17, 2021 2:18 pm

Why is it better to drink alkaline water after exercising, rather than tap or bottled water? Isn’t all water the same?

 

Drink Alkaline Water after Exercising

 

“After a week of trying Tyent ionized water out on myself, I could not believe the difference I felt after the extreme efforts of training and effort.”                 Clara Hughes, Olympic Gold Medalist

 

Alkaline water is different and drinking it can transform how your body feels and recovers post-exercise. Here’s why:

  • Alkaline water has a higher pH level than regular water. This is a really important factor when you consider that during exercise, your body is producing lactic acid – a byproduct of anaerobic respiration. Intense workouts can result in lactic acid build-up – does a
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8 Powerful Morning Rituals to Help Avoid Anxiety

Posted by: TyentUSA On September 10, 2021 12:00 pm

Anxiety can be tough to deal with, but a few simple rituals can help to soothe symptoms and make you feel stronger and calmer going into each day.

 

1. Keep your bedroom free from screens, phones, computers and connectivity. Try to keep the place that you sleep separate from work and online activities, so that any stress or worry about projects or social media doesn’t ambush you from the moment you open your eyes. Think of your bedroom as a sanctuary from all the constant tapping and zapping of modern life.

 

2. When you wake up, give yourself time to do so properly. Turn off the alarm, stretch and reflect on any dreams. Meditating quietly on the …

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Water Ionizers and Mouth Health

Posted by: TyentUSA On September 3, 2021 12:07 pm

We all want strong, healthy teeth and gums. Good oral hygiene is a key aspect of overall wellbeing -cavities and gum disease have been repeatedly linked to serious health conditions.

What should we all be doing to maintain good mouth health?

 

Water Ionizers and Mouth Health (infographic)

 

1. Clean Your Teeth

Most of us fall into the routine motions that we’re used to, so it can be helpful to remember the best way to clean teeth: small, gentle, circular movements on all sides of each tooth, for about two minutes.

 

2. Brush Up

Replace your toothbrush/toothbrush head often, and don’t use a toothbrush with hard, firm bristles – soft ones are better for gum health.

 

3. Which Toothpaste?

It’s important to use …

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