Nancy Fitzmorris of Covington, Louisiana reached AIM’s Million Dollar Club in September 2015. Her journey started when she saw an ad on TV that talked about slowing down the aging process. She was thirty then and had heard that “it was all downhill after thirty.” She became a voracious reader on the subjects of health and fitness and began making positive lifestyle changes.
It was from her sister that she first learned of BarleyLife® back when it was still sold in a glass container with a red lid. Nancy was in the middle of researching green juices, but when she found BarleyLife, she began sharing it with others. She held numerous meetings, inviting AIM speakers whenever she could. Eventually, she opened a food co-op, and that turned into health food store called Springs of Life. She now sells organic produce, vitamins as well as the AIM products in her store.
“We opened a café last September. I had always visualized an area where I could make juice and smoothies. We used wood from the trees we lost during Hurricane Katrina, cherry and pine. All the trim is from that wood. I like to think that I made something good from the sadness of Katrina.”
In her café, the buffalo and mushroom burgers are the top sellers. Among the AIM products, she sells more BarleyLife, Herbal Fiberblend® and Renewed Balance® than anything else. She herself takes two tablespoons of BarleyLife daily, more if she feels tired. She also uses Proancynol® 2000, Renewed Balance® and CellSparc 360® on a regular basis.
“When people come in with health issues, I tell them they need to look at their diets and to eat green foods loaded with enzymes like BarleyLife. I find the greens give people more energy, and they feel their immune systems are stronger. With Renewed Balance, I’ll have husbands come in and thank me for helping their wives. I sell other creams, but Renewed Balance users won’t use anything else. I try not to run out.”
Now in her late seventies, Nancy is proud of achieving every goal that she’s set. As a lifelong hard worker, she doesn’t think that she’ll ever retire, but she hopes to take a few more vacations. She entered into the health and wellness field because she enjoyed helping people, getting them to improve their lifestyles, to exercise, to eat more vegetables, to cut back on processed foods and stress.
“I didn’t set out to be in the Chairman’s Club. I thought, ‘gee, that would be nice.’ But I had fun working towards that, sharing and seeing people’s health change. Getting a check for doing something you enjoy is a fantastic bonus. “
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