Embracing Whole-Food Nutrition

Westerfield

Two-time cancer survivor Mary Westerfield, an AIM Director from Cincinnati, Ohio, embraced whole-food nutrition, juicing, and healthy eating in her battle with cancer. And the plan worked! Mary has been cancer-free since 1986.

“’Let food be your medicine’—that’s how I have been living for the past twenty years,” Mary said.

Mary was first diagnosed with cancer in 1980 when doctors found a malignant tumor in her neck, which was found to be Hodgkin’s lymphoma. She did a course of radiation that left her in extreme pain and unable to tolerate swallowing whole food. The cancer remained at bay until 1986 when an annual checkup revealed a lump on the opposite side of her neck. Doctors prescribed chemotherapy, which Mary endured for seven months.

Radiation and chemo were incredibly hard on her body, so she sought a way to build her body back up.

Friends led her to nutrition as a means of strengthening her immune system. Mary began drinking carrot juice and discovered the benefits of whole foods, fruits, and vegetables. In 1995, she became an AIM Member. She continues to use AIM BarleyLife® each day and AIM Herbal Fiberblend® to maintain a healthy colon.

Since changing to a healthy-eating lifestyle, Mary has had no recurrence of cancer. Her health problems are a thing of the past.

“It is almost impossible to list all the benefits I have experienced from my new lifestyle,” Mary said. “I never get colds or the flu and no aches or pains. Many people can’t believe I ever had cancer. They think I am in my late thirties or early forties, and I will be sixty next year. I’m now coaching others to use AIM products for their health and nutrition.

“I have been using AIM products since 1986, and I know this natural lifestyle is what’s keeping me healthy and happy.”

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve.

Author: The AIM Companies

Nutrition that Works!

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