In 1969, a major oil spill off Santa Barbara polluted beaches for thirty-five miles along the California coast. Up to that point in time, this environmental disaster had been the worst oil spill in America’s history. Images of blackened coastline and oil-drenched wildlife shocked and appalled people all around the world.
The devastation motivated Gaylord Nelson, a U.S. senator from Wisconsin, to bring together the wealthy and the-not-so wealthy, those living in rural areas and those living in big cities, Republicans and Democrats, all in support of the very first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. Before the year’s end, the United States Environmental Protection Agency had been created.
By 1990, Earth Day was recognized in over 140 countries, bringing global awareness to environmental issues. Today, over a billion people in 192 countries celebrate April 22 as a day to change environmentally destructive human behavior as well as create policies that nurture the health of our shared planet.
The AIM of Earth Day
Back in 1983, AIM introduced The Healthy Cell Concept™, guidelines that involve five components to help keep your cells healthy. One of them is environment.
By examining the conditions of your environment, you may find factors, such as air pollution, exposure to chemicals or the degradation of agricultural land, which can negatively impact your cells and affect the health of your body. Doing whatever you can do to make environmental lifestyle changes to keep your cells healthy has a positive effect on your overall wellness.
With The Healthy Cell Concept in mind, imagine the earth as one immense cell that needs to be kept healthy for all of the life that inhabits it. It’s the only cell we’ve got. By taking care of the earth, we take care of the human race.
Focusing on the agricultural environment, we know that polluted or nutrient-depleted soil does not produce wholesome food. Yet nutrition is a major factor in staying healthy. So it is crucial that plant-based food draws essential nutrients from the earth’s soil as it grows. People need access to health-maintaining harvests because proper nutrition works.
The AIM Companies™ has succeeded in providing supplemental Nutrition that Works! By using plant-based ingredients grown without the use of pesticides, AIM contributes to a healthy earth environment and healthy human beings.
Without nutrient-rich soil, our days on earth would be numbered, one of the many important reasons for acknowledging the message of Earth Day.
Since 1982, The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like BarleyLife , Just Carrots and RediBeets and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.