Mag-Nificence Lives Up to Its Name

According to the USDA, fifty-seven percent of Americans don’t get enough dietary magnesium. Symptoms of magnesium deficiency range from minor things like fatigue, muscle weakness and cramps to serious problems like personality change and heart failure. Poor diet and alcohol abuse are major contributors to magnesium deficiency. Green leafy vegetables and nuts are rich sourcesContinue reading “Mag-Nificence Lives Up to Its Name”

6 Reasons You Should Love Vitamin D Even More

Vitamin D has long been lauded for its ability to help strengthen bones, for basic muscle function and to aid with some skin conditions, but the full aptitude of vitamin D has not yet been unlocked. There seems to be potential for treating mood disorders, bolstering the immune system and even helping those suffering from prostateContinue reading “6 Reasons You Should Love Vitamin D Even More”

Know Your PrepZymes Enzymes

Digestive enzymes are these little proteins that act as biological catalysts that help the body convert food into stuff you can use, like energy or amino acids. They also facilitate the absorption of nutrients. Digestive enzymes are fragile little guys.  Food, in its natural state, should contain enzymes. Because so much of today’s food is processedContinue reading “Know Your PrepZymes Enzymes”

Five Reasons Your Kids Should Be Drinking CoCoa LeafGreens

1. Better Nutrition Has Been Linked to Better Grades Instead of letting your child fill up on high-sugar cereals that come in boxes adorned with spastic cartoon critters, substitute a healthy whole-food breakfast and a glass of CoCoa LeafGreens. That way, they can have a sweet treat without sacrificing nutrition. A recent study found that childrenContinue reading “Five Reasons Your Kids Should Be Drinking CoCoa LeafGreens”

15 Fantastic Fiber Facts

1. The average person only gets 15 g of fiber a day. 2. The recommended amount of fiber is 20-35 g per day. 3. Fiber comes exclusively from plants. 4. There are two types of fiber. Soluble and insoluble fiber.  Although both are necessary, soluble breaks down in water and insoluble does not. 5. InsolubleContinue reading “15 Fantastic Fiber Facts”

Everything You Need to Know About Keeping AIM Products in the Freezer

Due to their hygroscopic nature–the tendency to absorb water readily–some of our products ( especially RediBeets, CalciAIM and Peak Endurance) may become clumpy when the lids are not fastened tight enough or if they become directly exposed to moisture. This problem is greatest in areas of the globe where there is a lot of humidity.  The best andContinue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Keeping AIM Products in the Freezer”

Vitamin A: What It Can Do For You

Vitamin A kicks off the alphabet of vitaminery with a bang. If you’re a carrot (203% of vitamin A per serving) fan, you know that vitamin A is the good-vision vitamin. That’s because it helps protect the cornea and has been linked to preventing, impairing or reducing several eye-related health concerns: dry eye, superior limbicContinue reading “Vitamin A: What It Can Do For You”

American Heart Association: “Vegetable-Heavy Diet Decreases Risk of Heart Disease by Twenty Percent!”

A new study put out by the American Heart Association has found that by simply eating a higher proportion of plant-based foods, you can reduce your risk of dying from stroke or heart attack by a whopping twenty percent. This very large study looked at the eating patterns of nearly half a million Europeans and found that thoseContinue reading “American Heart Association: “Vegetable-Heavy Diet Decreases Risk of Heart Disease by Twenty Percent!””

Top Ten Reasons to Attend the 2015 AIM Conference!

It’s the final month to register for the 2015 AIM Conference, and the remaining rooms are being filled daily. So if you’re thinking of visiting the old Grand Canyon State, you may want to make the decision to go before there is no longer a decision to make. 10. The New, Improved Healthy Cell Concept Back inContinue reading “Top Ten Reasons to Attend the 2015 AIM Conference!”