BarleyLife: The Super-est of Super Foods

prod5809E.pngWhen we say that BarleyLife is made from the most nutritious stuff on earth, it isn’t like some guy just saying that he makes “The World’s Best Sandwich.” Because that guy is probably just touting a normal sandwich with a fancy moniker. We’re selling a unique, nutritious product with the evidence to back it up.

Let’s look at the nutritional profiles of three popular superfoods that we’ve been reading about lately: Quinoa, blueberries and kale. (Information is USDA-sourced). Superfoods are great. We’re not knocking them, and you should probably eat some, but you’ll still need BarleyLife in your, uhm, life.



Serving size = 1 cup, 170 grams

8% Calcium

43% Iron

40% B-6

83% Magnesium



Serving Size = 1 cup, 148 grams

1% Vitamin A

24% Vitamin C

2% Iron

5% Vitamin B-6

2% Magnesium



133% Vitamin A

10% Calcium

134% Vitamin C

5% Iron

10% Vitamin B-6

7% Magnesium




As you can see, most superfoods contain about two or three major nutrients and a few “side” nutrients. BarleyLife also has two major nutrients, but it has 16 “side” nutrients. Additionally, you get all of these nutrients in four grams of powder. You have to eat 67 grams of kale to get an entire serving’s worth of nutrients.

So when we talk about BarleyLife being the world’s most nutritious food, we’re talking in terms of density. If you ate 67 grams of BarleyLife at once (which we don’t actually advocate) you could multiply every nutrient by 17, or in the case of quinoa 42.5.

Because BarleyLife is so nutritionally dense, two or three servings daily gives you a wide variety of nutrients for only 45 calories.  That means, BarleyLife is the ideal juice to add to any healthy diet.

How many of us actually make sure we’re getting 100% of each nutrient every single day? Consuming BarleyLife regularly ensures that you’re getting something that you missed at meal time.

BarleyLife is the mighty mouse of foods. It comes in small servings and doesn’t take up much space, but it packs a wallop.

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.

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