Even the simplest weight loss plans are possible with desire and determination.
With her husband facing heart health challenges, AIM Director Masako Moriyama from Abbotsford, British Columbia, got serious about altering their diet— removing processed foods and unwholesome grains and sugars and replacing them with fruits, vegetables, and AIM nutrition. This simple change in diet was the impetus for getting their health back on track.
“The change was easy once the decision was made,” Masako said. “The food choices may have been simple, but it takes a strong commitment and discipline to achieve this. Everything else stayed the same. By changing what I consume, I was able to shed extra toxins and fat, even without exercise.”
Masako’s plan (see sidebar) included consistent use of AIM powder concentrates like AIM’s BarleyLife®, LeafGreens™, Herbal Fiberblend®, and ProPeas™ as well as an increase in fruits and vegetables and a decrease in unhealthy foods.
The end result: Masako lost 20 pounds in six months and went from a size 12 to a size 8.
The assist from the AIM products was substantial, and Masako’s combination of products—greens, fiber, and protein—proved ideal for her weight loss goals. The nutrient-rich greens in BarleyLife and LeafGreens have an alkalizing effect on the body, which can help create a toxin-free environment. Fiber supports a healthy digestive system, and it partners with protein to boost satiety and curb appetite.
When combined with a healthy diet of whole foods, fruits, and vegetables, not to mention the removal of processed foods and glutenous wheat, the AIM products help form a complete, simple diet plan. Even the small changes can yield big dividends, as Masako discovered, and her plan is possible for anyone.
“You can do it, too!” Masako said. “Wheat is addictive, don’t eat it. Choose to eat better. God gave you a body to take care of, and it is your responsibility to keep it well. You can be the creator of your own healthy body. It just takes discipline, encouragement, diligence, and most of all, commitment.
“When all is said and done, you will feel the difference.”