The Start of an AIM Business Came With the End of Ulcerative Colitis


AIM Member Tiffany Berry of Aurora, Illinois has been helping people improve their lives for over ten years. She started off as a yoga instructor, has both her Spin and CrossFit certifications — she’s currently a CrossFit coach at a nearby box — and teaches high-intensity fitness training from her garage gym. In March of 2016, she signed up as an AIM Member and began sharing her testimony and recommending AIM products to her clients. She felt confident in her recommendations because the products had worked for her.

For nine years, Tiffany suffered from severe ulcerative colitis. She tried everything: drugs, supplements and making drastic dietary adjustments. As an athlete and fitness instructor, her diet was already impeccable, but her colitis was punishing and brought diarrhea and bleeding. She bled almost every single day. After a while, it seemed like a normal part of life to her. Although she was in peak physical shape, she’d still get violently ill before or after workouts. She endured constant pain. And then, somehow, it got worse. During a visit to the emergency room, they found a six-year-old malignant tumor in her kidney.

“When you get sick like that, you go through a hope phase. You try something and hope that it works. When it doesn’t work, you sink into a heartbreak phase. It’s like an emotional cyclical roller coaster.”

Her father told Tiffany about a friend who swore by AIM Herbal Fiberblend.

“At that point, I was skeptical because I had tried everything and nothing worked. I figured everything is worth trying once, so I ordered online. I took it the first day and nothing really happened. On the second day, I had fewer bouts of diarrhea. By day seven, the bleeding and diarrhea had pretty much stopped, but I didn’t want to get my hopes up. By day fifteen, I was convinced. It’s almost deceiving to say that Herbal Fiberblend is just a fiber supplement. Because it’s herbal I believe it boosts the immune system. I had my cancer surgery, a major surgery, and didn’t get sick afterward. I haven’t even sneezed in the last few months. I’m almost as strong as I was pre-surgery. I contribute much of it to this product. I don’t know why or how it worked. I don’t care. In two weeks, the product took away nine years of suffering and struggling. It’s pretty awesome.”

Tiffany signed up as a Member in March 2016 and is currently working the AIM business, selling AIM products to her clientele. She carries BarleyLife, Herbal Fiberblend, ProPeas and Peak Endurance (which she uses as both a pre- and postworkout). Unlike many other supplements, she says AIM products have never upset her stomach.

“I test my products before I offer them to my people. I don’t sell products to people just to sell products; I advocate the products in order to support people and to improve their performances. I started offering ProPeas to my people, and they really like it and are having good results. It’s wonderful for those with sensitive stomachs. It’s really nice to find a suite of products all from the same company that I can recommend with security.”


Published by The AIM Companies

The AIM Companies pioneered the use of plants—barley, carrots, and beets—as vehicles to deliver the body concentrated nutrition conveniently. Founded in 1982 in Nampa, Idaho, The AIM Companies has operations in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, providing AIM products to more than 30 countries around the world.

2 thoughts on “The Start of an AIM Business Came With the End of Ulcerative Colitis

  1. I live with chronic ulcerative colitis for 14 years. I get a colonoscopy every two years now. I take one Asacol HD 800 mg 3 times a day. I bought a bottle of BarleyLife capsules. I haven’t tried them yet as I’m a little Leary about adding them while on the Asacol HD. It says 7 a day. Can you give me some advice on what I can expect if I take the BarleyLife?? .Right now I’m in remission.


    1. Hey, Lyn–If you’re worried about, taking BarleyLife, feel free to ask your doctor about it. It’s a food product, so if you’re able to eat kale, spinach or other leafy greens, you should be able to take BarleyLife no problem.


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