The Question of Digestion

In January 2008, a report was published with the ominous title, “The Burden of Digestive Diseases in the United States.” It’s not an easy or pleasant read: gastrointestinal infections, digestive cancers, gastroesophageal reflux disease, inflammatory bowel disease, etc. Since its publication eleven years ago, the burden seems to have grown heavier. And it’s no longer just a North American problem.

Several decades ago, Asia seemed to have avoided such “Western” diseases, primarily because most of the population had healthier diets. But over the past two decades, digestive diseases have appeared in increasing numbers in countries such as China, Japan and South Korea, where people have more income and frequently choose processed and fast food for meals instead of wholesome nutrition. There are other factors, such as increased antibiotic usage, but dietary changes that decrease the intake of natural nutrients and increase fat and sugar are primary factors.

It’s as though when economies grow and more people move away from farm-based food, addictions to convenience increase as a result of a faster pace of life, less free time and disposable income.

One stunning example is the rise in obesity in Thailand since the 1980s, when this Asian country began transitioning from a mostly agricultural society to a more industrialized nation. The result has been an increase in overweight and obese adults and children because “eating patterns have shifted from a traditional Thai diet – vegetable, rice-based and low-fat diet – to a westernized diet, which is rich in meat, fats and sugars . . . As obesity prevalence is increasing in Thailand, the risk for mortality and morbidities such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and coronary heart disease is increasing too.”

Of course, the companies that created fast foods and processed foods years ago were out to sell products. Some have been incredibly successful, growing into global franchises and multi-national companies. In the beginning, there was likely no intent to create health problems by marketing their products, but over time, a link between these dietary changes and health problems has been firmly established.

Natural Support from AIM

The AIM Companies was firmly established in 1982 with the intent to introduce a whole-food, barley grass juice powder via network marketing that improves people’s health: BarleyLife. Thirty-seven years later, AIM continues to successfully improve people’s health with a wide variety of natural products. And, being a network marketing company, over the years an incredible number of AIM Members have built independent distributorships that create monthly incomes by sharing these products. It’s AIM’s way of sharing the wealth.

Along with BarleyLife, a number of AIM products have proven to be particularly beneficial for digestive health: Herbal Fiberblend, Herbal Release, FloraFood and PrepZymes, just to name a few.

Herbal Fiberblend arrived on the scene in 1988 and ever since, countless individuals have benefited from its cleansing and detoxifying combination of fiber and herbs that supports a healthy digestive system. For example, constipation is noted in the 2008 report as one of the most common gastrointestinal disorders, and Herbal Fiberblend has proven to be an effective supplement for relieving this all-too-common health issue.

Herbal Release became available in 1993 to provide a unique selection of herbs that cleanse at the cellular level for the health of organs and body systems, most notably for the lymphatic and immune systems. Nature has provided natural medicine from herbs since the beginning of time, and knowledgeably combining the variety in Herbal Release has allowed AIM to provide their natural benefits.

FloraFood was introduced in 2000, long before the word microbiome became a regularly discussed aspect of human health and disease. Containing three types of healthy human bacteria, FloraFood contributes to balancing out the necessary friendly and unfriendly bacteria that make up a body ecosystem that is vital for maintaining good health.

PrepZymes also became a part of the AIM lineup in 2000, providing a variety of enzymes that target the digestion of different food components: protein, fat, carbohydrates, dairy, etc. The digestive system can use all the help it can get from the supplemental enzymes that PrepZymes delivers, not only for the break down and assimilation of food, but as backup for the enzymatic reactions that occur in the body.

As the rise in digestive disorders continues worldwide, it is comforting to know that The AIM Companies continues to provide natural products that can support a healthy digestive system and maintain body health.


The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like BarleyLife and Herbal Fiberblend and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

Are You Pro . . . Peas?

Protein is found pretty much everywhere in the body—hair, bone, skin, muscles, etc. The enzymes that create the vital biochemical reactions in your body and the oxygen-carrying hemoglobin that makes your blood red are proteins as well.

What’s more, you are made up of around 10,000 proteins, but your body cannot produce all the amino acids that are the building blocks of this macronutrient. That’s why a daily protein supply that includes essential amino acids is so important.

For every 20 pounds of weight, you need a dietary intake of around 7 grams of protein daily. As an example, if you weigh 150 pounds, you should be consuming about 53 grams every day. The daily maximum amount of protein in your dietary intake is 35 percent.

There is ample evidence that the source of protein you choose can affect your health negatively or positively. This is one of the reasons AIM provides ProPeas—a healthy, vegetable protein made from field peas.

Inside Protein

A variety of animal-based foods provide protein: meat, fish, eggs, to name a few. Plant-based sources include legumes, nuts and fruits.

A concern among vegetarians is not being able to get a complete protein source that provides the twenty-plus amino acids. However, eating a variety of protein-providing plants can give them everything they need.

With plant protein, you don’t get the saturated fat from red meat, which can negatively affect your health, contributing to acidity and creating a welcoming environment for disease.

ProPeas’ Alkalizing, Non-Allergenic, Vegan Protein

Supplementing your protein intake with vegan-certified ProPeas helps to avoid the acidifying effects of animal-based protein.

Like most vegetables, peas have an alkalizing effect on the body, and your body is naturally in an alkaline state. So ProPeas is a healthy way to reduce your meat intake and a healthier choice than whey or soy protein supplements.

Soy and whey (a by-product of cheese made with cow’s milk) are among the list of common 8 foods that cause allergic reactions. Peas are not a major food allergen.

Non-GMO, Gluten-Free ProPeas

Unlike peas, soy comes from crops that are mostly genetically modified organisms (GMO). ProPeas is certified Non-GMO as well as being certified gluten-free. More healthy reasons to choose ProPeas over other sources of supplemental protein.

The Full Picture

One of the fine side effects of consuming protein is that it is the nutrient that fills you up for the longest period of time, much more so that carbohydrates or fat. If you are trying to lose weight, being regularly satisfied with your food intake for lengthy periods is one of the best ways to cut down on calories and slowly but surely shed unwanted poundage.

One 16-gram serving of ProPeas adds only 60 calories, but it takes over 4 hours to digest. During that time, your body has 12 grams of healthy protein to work with, boosting your fat-burning metabolism as it is digested.

And when it comes to building lean muscle, pea protein is a perfect choice for everyone, from active bodybuilders to couch potatoes. Whether you are trying to bulk up or just trying to maintain a healthy musculature, ProPeas is up for the task. Seniors who tend to lose muscle mass as they age as a result of reduced appetites will benefit greatly from drinking smoothies made with ProPeas.

The many benefits of pea protein provide the same number of pros for supplementing with ProPeas.


The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like ProPeas, Peak Endurance and RediBeets, and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

Heavenly Herbs

The funny thing about people who reject natural supplements, saying they are a waste of money and do little or nothing for your body is that the synthetic drugs that they may turn to are primarily the result of using herbs for medicinal purposes for thousands of years.

That’s right. It all began with nature, and the hundreds of thousands of plant species that it provides to search among for medicinal use. In the end, modern medicine grew into the promotion of unnatural drugs, effective or otherwise.

Herbal Past and Present

Ancient times called for ancient measures when it came to dealing with medical problems. The earliest records of medical prescriptions were carved on clay tablets found in Sumer in the southern region of Mesopotamia, dating back to the seventh century BCE. Over 250 plants were referenced. Human instinct and beliefs initially guided the use of plants as medicine.

In spite of the total mystery of the human body and illnesses that affected it, over time somehow the experience of effective medicinal herbs created a body of global knowledge that remains in use in modern times. For example, Indian Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine are still being practiced because they come from thriving societies that keep this knowledge alive.

The cultures that have little or no power in the modern world receive little or no attention regarding their traditional herbal remedies. Much ancient knowledge still exists today among the rare people who continue to live in isolated, wild lands far from both modern life and diseases. The awareness of medicinal plants to treat their communities has been invaluable to their survival. And they have never even taken an aspirin.

Herbal Release

Introduced to AIM Members back in 1993, Herbal Release brought together a variety of herbs with a history of beneficial properties that greatly contribute to inner cleansing of the body. The combination of ingredients is slightly different in the U.S. formula and the Canadian formula, but they share eight effective herbs:


North American Indians introduced early settlers to the benefits of barberry, which was believed to be effective for treating ailments such as ulcers, heartburn and stomach upset. Recent herbal knowledge recommends barberry for the liver, the blood-filtering, detoxifying and drug-metabolizing organ. Alkaloids such as berberine and berbamine are the primary active compounds of this herb.


Native to western Asia, northern Africa and Europe, alder buckthorn is both an ornamental and medicinal plant that was introduced to North America in the 18th century. Since the middle ages, buckthorn has been used as a very gentle laxative. Its bile stimulating properties also make it a cholagogue, supporting liver and digestive health. The key active compounds are glucofrangulin A and B.

Cascara Sagrada

The bark of the cascara sagrada tree was originally used to treat constipation and upset stomachs by Native American Indians. They introduced this herb to Spanish explorers who gave it a name in their own language that translates as sacred bark. According to Nutrition Review, a free online resource devoted to the science of nutritional supplementation, “Cascara sagrada is considered one of the safest laxatives and can be used to restore tone to the colon, as well as being useful in detoxifying and cleansing programs.” The key active compounds in this herb are anthraquinone glycosides.


This herb got its common name back in the 1400s when it was first used as food for chickens, and its Latin name, Stellaria media, came from the heavens, named after its tiny, star-shaped white blossoms. For centuries, chickweed has been used as a remedy for a variety of ailments, including blood disorders, constipation and inflammation. Along with flavonoids, the presence of the anti-inflammatory glycosides rutin and saponin promote the medicinal benefits of this herb.


The presence of dandelions on groomed lawns indicates another weed in most people’s eyes, but this herb has been used medicinally for thousands of years. Its name originates from the French word that translates as lion’s tooth: dent-de-lion. Acting as a detoxifier, dandelion is particularly efficient for cleansing the liver. It has also been classified as a lymphatic herb, which cleanses the system that keeps the body detoxified. Dandelions contain a variety of nutrients and phytochemicals that promote detoxification and good health.


One of the herbs that is best known for fighting the common cold is echinacea, which boosts the immune system by producing more white blood cells. Many herbalists refer to echinacea as an effective lymphagogue that increases the flow of fluid in the lymphatic system. Compared to most other medicinal plants, echinacea has a relatively short history of use that began with the indigenous Indians of North America. Alkamides and polysaccharides are just two of the compounds in echinacea that contribute to its efficacy.


Originating from the Mediterranean region, this herb seems to be ever-present as a garnish or ingredient for food. Long before it was consumed as part of a meal, parsley was used medicinally, most notably as a diuretic and a laxative. The high concentration of a flavonoid in parsley known as myricetin provides antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities.


Cowboys in the Old West used to sidle up in saloon bars for a sarsaparilla drink to quench their thirsts. The medicinal side of this herb stems from its root, which has been used for hundreds of years in Asia and the Americas as a diuretic, sudorific (sweat-inducer) and tonic and in Europe as a blood purifier. Sarsaparilla’s toxin-removing properties make it particularly beneficial for cleansing the body, having high concentrations of phenolic compounds with antioxidant activity, including quercetin, phytosterols and saponins.

Combining all these botanicals into an AIM supplement created an herbal release that cleanses and supports the body and its systems in a natural way. And they are available on both sides of the US-Canada border.


The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like BarleyLife and Herbal Fiberblend and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

The Sports Pack

Sometimes a word says it all. That’s primarily the case with the AIM Sports Pack combination of supplemental AIM nutrition.

As per one of the entries in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, sport is defined as “of, relating to, or suitable for sports.” Suitable for sports suitably sums up Peak Endurance, ProPeas and RediBeets. But honestly, anyone who wishes to feel more energetic and leaner would do well by themselves by taking this combo on a regular basis.

Let’s Get Physical

Whatever your speed, the Sports Pack can help you change gears upward and onward. That’s because supplemental ATP—energy-carrier molecules—green protein and beet nutrients are a combination that helps you to move forward at a greater pace in finer, physical form.

ATP from Peak Endurance

What goes on regarding energy production inside each one of the over thirty trillion cells in the average human body is simply mind-boggling. The cells’ mitochondria produce molecules—adenosine 5-triphosphate disodium (ATP)—that give your body the energy to move and function. This energy production is happening all the time at different levels depending on physical activity.

When you give your body supplemental ATP from Peak Endurance to draw on, it’s sort of like having a reserve tank of gas so that you’ll always be able to fuel your vehicle: your body. It’s an energy drink that also fuels you with six electrolytes, six B vitamins and a side of vitamin C to boot! And the blueberry-açai flavored powder mixes into tasty, liquid body fuel that peaks your endurance.

Protein from ProPeas

Your body also needs large molecules made up of amino acids: protein. It originates from the Greek word, proteios, which translates as “of primary importance.” Protein is needed daily for body structure and function, but not all protein sources are good for your body long-term.

The pea protein in ProPeas is a great, long-term supplement because it is a vegetable source, field peas to be exact. And this is a great alternative to meat protein, which can come with a side of fat, sodium and acidity. Alkalizing green protein contributes to lean muscle mass without added inflammation.

ProPeas is a most suitable protein for weight loss as well. Slow to digest, it fills you up for lengthy periods of time, which means you add fewer calories. And that is one of the key keys to losing pounds and keeping them lost.

Vegetable Nitrate from RediBeets

If there is one molecule you should KNOW more about it’s NO: nitric oxide. It plays a vital role in your arteries, making them relaxed and widened so that blood flows more freely and blood pressure is at the healthy levels it should be.

Beets contain an exceptional source of vegetable nitrate. And nitrate gets converted to nitric oxide once it is assimilated by the body. RediBeets supports that conversion because it’s a concentrated red beet juice powder packed with vegetable nitrate.

The nitrate conversion to NO is an incredibly beneficial molecular transition for all physical activity. Boosted circulation and lowered blood pressure are boons to body movement and the stamina needed to keep moving. RediBeets supplements your body in this transition from nitrate to NO.

Put Peak Endurance, ProPeas and RediBeets together and you have a Sports Pack that packs a potent power booster for physical activity of any intensity. And those are words that say it all.


The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like Peak Endurance, ProPeas and RediBeets, and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

The Joint Issue

Smoothly moving joints are like well-oiled door hinges and contribute greatly to painless aging. One of the best ways to avoid joint aches and pains is to take AIM Frame Essentials to give your body essential nutrients that help maintain healthy joints. But first some basics of what lies between.

The Cartilage Connection

Three types of cartilage are found in the body:

  1. Elastic
  2. Fibrous
  3. Hyaline (Articular)

Found in most joints, hyaline (glass-like) cartilage is a type of connective tissue and a buffer between bone ends that is shiny and smooth, like two pieces of hard glass gliding over one another. Hyaline is also called articular cartilage because it refers to the bone surfaces that meet to form joints.

The bone structure of the body is made into moving joints by this cushioning system. With a stretch of the imagination, you could think of articular cartilage as a pillow between bone ends. But these pillows are made of tough, flexible tissue, perfect for cushioning the effect of two bone ends rubbing together during movement as well as acting as shock absorbers for any weight-bearing activity.

But even this incredibly resilient cartilage can be damaged by injury, the wear and tear of time or diseases that cause joint inflammation and cartilage erosion. Again, Frame Essentials can be taken to provide preventative and corrective support to help maintain healthy cartilage.

Inside Cartilage

The only cells in cartilage are chondrocytes, which are directly involved in the synthesis and turnover of the extracellular matrix that makes up articular cartilage. Simply put, the chondrocyte is the architect of cartilage.

One of the chemical compounds produced in the body that greatly affects chondrocytes is a natural amino sugar called glucosamine, which is found around cartilage cells and in the synovial fluid around joints. It just so happens that glucosamine is a natural precursor of glycosaminoglycan, a component of the cartilage extracellular matrix, which is why supplementing with glucosamine is thought to provide a substance that might help with the synthesis and repair of cartilage.

A 2006 study published in the Osteoarthritis and Cartilage journal revealed that “glucosamine modulates chondrocyte proliferation, matrix synthesis, and gene expression . . . optimal amount of glucosamine preserves cartilage tissue and promotes its repair upon damage.”

Frame Essentials: Nutrients for Healthy Cartilage

Providing both glucosamine hydrochloride and sulfate, Frame Essentials gives your body optimal daily amounts of an essential nutrient for healthy cartilage. There are no food sources, so you need to take a supplement like Frame Essentials to increase your glucosamine levels.

Glucosamine is also an effective anti-inflammatory compound. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are inflammatory in nature, creating joint degeneration and resulting pain. Levels of glucosamine drop during the aging process, so the older you get the less you probably have. This can lead to the breakdown of cartilage and the onset of arthritis.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are usually prescribed to treat arthritis, but they can cause a variety of harmful side effects. Glucosamine is a safe option because it’s a natural body compound, so your body responds well to supplementation.  Studies have shown that glucosamine sulfate is a healthy alternative to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs because it is effective in reducing inflammation and suitable for long-term use.

Along with effective glucosamine, Frame Essentials delivers two additional anti-inflammatory, joint-healthy nutrients: boswellia extract and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM).

For centuries, boswellia extract has been used as a remedy for chronic inflammatory issues. Commonly known as frankincense, the resin produced by the Boswellia serrata tree contains acids that help to prevent the formation of inflammation-causing molecules called leukotrienes. This natural resin goes hand in hand with glucosamine in reducing joint pain, stiffness and swelling.

Like glucosamine, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is another natural, anti-inflammatory chemical found in the human body. This sulfur compound helps to form connective tissue in muscles and joints. Supplemental MSM has been shown to reduce inflammation and inhibit the breakdown of cartilage.

These four ingredients deliver a synergistic effect from natural nutrients working as a team to maintain healthy cartilage, making Frame Essentials is an effective supplement for avoiding the joint issue in life.


The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like BarleyLife and Frame Essentials and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

Firmly Planted

Have you ever really looked at a plant? Engaged in a staring contest with a shrub or other green foliage? They are incredible creations, able to stay rooted to the earth without ever having to go anywhere to eat.

In fact, they make their own food from the presence of minerals and water in the soil, carbon dioxide in the air and light from the sun (without the need for sunscreen). It’s a combination of light (photo) and putting things together (synthesis).

These food factories also breathe in carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen, a colorless, odorless gas that supports life on the planet. And, again, they accomplish all of this while staying firmly planted, growing but not moving very far, except skyward.

Green Emotion

Some people believe that plants have feelings and respond to care and kindness even without visible motion (or emotion).

Such a believer, who will remain nameless, was once asked by a passing neighbor how he was able to keep the houseplants in his apartment so healthy because hers were always turning brown and dying.

His response was that he looked after the plants carefully, placing them where they got the right amount of light, keeping their leaves clean and watering them regularly. His neighbor looked at him questioningly and said, “You mean you have to water them?” This is a true anecdote.

Just like someone who doesn’t know the basics of plant care, some people simply have no idea of the importance of eating a lot of plant-based foods, especially those who in their heart of hearts hate eating vegetables.

Green Food

Plants are healthy food for humans and other animals that eat vegetation, providing carbohydrates, protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and a wealth of other plant nutrients that people’s bodies thrive on. So veggie loathing really ought to be veggie loving even though you don’t have to become a vegetarian like a cow or an elephant.

The vegetarians of the animal kingdom are called herbivores. The African elephant is the largest of the plant-eater variety, consuming around 300 pounds of foliage daily to maintain its massive presence. Just like making prolonged eye contact with a plant, pondering the elephant-sized importance of eating non-animal nutrition is worth a little bit of mind time. Plant-based foods build healthy elephants and other creatures of all shapes and sizes, including humans.

The Greenest of Them All: Barley Grass

The AIM Companies is plant-based, beginning its 37-year supplemental history by tapping into the unparalleled wealth of nutrients in young barley plants that go into BarleyLife.

Firmly planted in the soil of the earth for millenniums, barley grass lay in waiting for someone who could extract its nutritional bounty so that humans could share the same benefits enjoyed by cows and other grass grazers.

That someone was Dr. Yoshihide Hagiwara, and his assertion that barley grass is the most nutritional plant on the planet paved the way for AIM to improve on getting the most nutrition out of blades of barley grass.  Over the years, AIM has continued to maximize the nutrient levels for BarleyLife, including the lifeblood of plants: chlorophyll.

BarleyLife offers a supplemental source of whole food that goes hand in hand with choosing a plant-based diet, either partially or entirely. Taking this juice powder of young barley plants can help you to stay firmly planted on the path of good health . . . and keep you moving.


The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like BarleyLife and Herbal Fiberblend and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

AIM BIG Contest Final Standings


The AIM BIG international contest has been in play from July 1 to December 31, 2018, offering Members worldwide a chance to earn generous cash prizes, full attendee celebration packages, and even extra nights when they attend the 2019 AIM Celebration, June 20 – 23, at the beautiful Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida.

The results reflect the efforts of AIMing BIG: Members actively growing their AIM businesses and contributing to the future of The AIM Companies™. Congratulations to each and every winning membership!

Be sure to make plans to attend by registering soon for the 2019 AIM Celebration. We aim for a truly sensational setting for Diamond Members to shine and have fun. You won’t want to miss it!

Prize values shown are in USD. Please watch for a personal email regarding your contest prize with additional information.

Membership Name Prize Cash
Miller,  Joseph W. and Emma M. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $5,000
Miller, Matthew and Karen D. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $2,500
Peterson, Ralph S. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $2,000
Greens For Life, Inc. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,500
Vawda, Moonira 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,500
Jada, Muhammad 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,500
Miller, Lester and Lydiann J. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,500
Long, Michelle and Tad 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,500
Jada, Razia 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,500
Stoltzfus, Levi J. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,500
Paquin, Ginette 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Jada, Shaheer 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Gerhardt, Ulrike E (Rica) 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Jada Shaik, Raeesa 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Avodah Financial, LLC 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Reineke, Elise 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Fisher, Andrew and Ruth 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Round, Ruby 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Fresh Beauty (Pty) Ltd, Placecol 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Donald, Lanny and Ken 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
* 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Vladimirsky, Bella I. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Kaufman, Eldon and Rachel 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Ponchot, Cynthia K. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Stoltzfus, Sarah K and John K. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Bloemhof, Herman 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
McPherson, Muriel and George 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
* 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Schiele, Loren E. and Kathleen 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Van der Westhuizen, Tanya 2 Pkgs + 2 nt $1,000
Shaw, Dixie and Eddie 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Prince, Scott and Sara 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Mary A. (Toni) Lund Family Trust 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Weitsz, Vanessa 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Ghoor, Sadia 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Upfold, Jon and Julie 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Robinson, Leré and Eddie 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Desai, Hafiza 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Vandertil, Rita and Eno 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Stoltzfus, Rose A. and David 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Van der Merwe, Louise Heleen 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Quantum Knowledge Pty., Ltd. 2 Pkgs + 2 nt
Helm, Madaleine 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Ascent Strategies, Inc. 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Weber, Ron E. and Mary C. 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Carolyn D. Kling 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Toft, Heidi and Mike 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Yoder, Raymond E and Alma A. 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Walter, Elizabeth 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Du Randt t/a Metabole Pty., Ltd, Charl & Malinda 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Badat, Razia 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Gloria Smith  D/B/A Aim for Health 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Miller, Glenn and Laurie 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Van Rensburg, Chris and Joan 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Botha, Stephne 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Clemmer, Ronda and Paul 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Blasingame, Pat and Gene 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
De Villiers, Yolanda 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Pugh, Debra A. 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
The Natural Way Network 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Baty, Erin and Michael 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Yoder, Albert and Barbara 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
van Den Bosch, Nieske Lydia 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
McCrea, Cathy S. 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Myburgh c/o Something Natural, Vivienne 2 Pkgs + 1 nt
Settsu Derma Shine, Ltd. 2 Pkgs
* 2 Pkgs
Breitkreutz, Janet and Darrel 2 Pkgs
van der Walt, Erna 2 Pkgs
Kauffman, James B. and Erma H. 2 Pkgs
Trak Consulting, Inc 2 Pkgs
Mullet, Nathan and Lori 2 Pkgs
Fonseca, Lorraine B M and Roger 2 Pkgs
Van Den Bosch, Marinda 2 Pkgs
Hochstetler, Perry L and Mary 2 Pkgs
Davis, Celeste R. 2 Pkgs
Revolution Solution, Inc. 2 Pkgs
Raber, Mary A. 2 Pkgs
C and S Knight Enterprises Inc 2 Pkgs
Swarey, Susan M. and Jacob C. 2 Pkgs
Rehbock, Elize 2 Pkgs
Miller, Barbara M. 2 Pkgs
Brown, Charlie and Joyce 2 Pkgs
Okui, Mitsuko 2 Pkgs
Yoder, Enos B. and Mattie 2 Pkgs
King, Sarah and Stephen 2 Pkgs
Stoltzfus, Elam M. and Katie 2 Pkgs
Miller, Rosie L. 2 Pkgs
Ngidi, Bheki 2 Pkgs
Ger, Juliet 2 Pkgs
Swartzentruber, Amos and Barbara B. 2 Pkgs
Burkholder, Elaine and Michael 2 Pkgs
Mdaka, Winnie 2 Pkgs
Klohs, Penelope J. 2 Pkgs
Esther A. Faseun, D/B/A Wise Health Options 2 Pkgs
Cote, Lucie 2 Pkgs
Bester, Karin 2 Pkgs
Fisher, Daniel and Katie Lynn 2 Pkgs
Christian Traders S&ED 2 Pkgs
Kleiner, Jason D/B/A Quantum Logistics 2 Pkgs
Pelfrey, Charlene and Jerry 2 Pkgs
Crane, Samantha 2 Pkgs
Anderson, Betty 2 Pkgs
Casavant, Monique 2 Pkgs
Russ, Ananda and Herbie 2 Pkgs
Kuret- Coetzer, Tanya 2 Pkgs
Wright, Rita and Dennis M. 2 Pkgs
Phihlela, Princess 2 Pkgs
Smith, Leoné 2 Pkgs
Villeneuve, Melanie 2 Pkgs
Troyer, David E. and Regina 1 Pkg
Miller, LaVern L. and Linda E. 1 Pkg
c/o Health & Babies, Yulanda Ridge 1 Pkg
Maradiaga, Amanda 1 Pkg
Lesela, Portia 1 Pkg
Wilkie, Nikola 1 Pkg
Barkman, Monroe J. and Barbara 1 Pkg
Yu-Shiaw Chen, PhD 1 Pkg
Peer, Rashida 1 Pkg
Cole, David F. and Linda 1 Pkg
Huxter Ltd, Ken and Cheryl 1 Pkg
Eicher, Sam D. and Rosa 1 Pkg
Slabaugh, Michael and Linda 1 Pkg
Jones, Derrinda and Yvette 1 Pkg
King, Michael and Mary C. 1 Pkg
Thiessen, Darlene 1 Pkg
Knapton, Joyce and Rory 1 Pkg
Prabha, Sashi 1 Pkg
Beiler, Alvin K. and Katie Mae 1 Pkg
Brown, Jenny Ann 1 Pkg
Wolfe, John T. and Lynn C. 1 Pkg
Poswiata, June 1 Pkg
Stoltzfoos, David F. and Ruth A. 1 Pkg
Shu, Loretta C. and Joseph S. 1 Pkg
Bontrager, Jane and Calvin 1 Pkg
Jackson, Joanne and Wayne 1 Pkg
Hechler, Edith 1 Pkg
Lambright, Lester P. and Esther E. 1 Pkg
Abrams, Jann and Stan 1 Pkg
Hershberger, Kathy J. 1 Pkg
Stevenson, Petra 1 Pkg
Carriere, Mireille 1 Pkg
Perfect Health 1 Pkg
Reimer, Elaine and Rudy 1 Pkg
Zeluf, Melanie Anne 1 Pkg
Brooks, Laura E. 1 Pkg
King, Sarah 1 Pkg
Miller, Cindy M. and LaVerne 1 Pkg
Thompson, Joy and Nathan 1 Pkg
Docrat, Fatima 1 Pkg
Cover, Carol 1 Pkg
Eagle Ranch Inc. 1 Pkg
Dale, Suzy 1 Pkg
Yoder’s Nutritional Products, LLC 1 Pkg
Keyser, Brenda J. 1 Pkg
Overholt, Ruth 1 Pkg
* 1 Pkg
Miller, Andrew M. and Martha W. 1 Pkg
Smucker, Amos S. and Barbara S. 1 Pkg
Loveday, Margaret 1 Pkg
Esh, Henry S. and Miriam 1 Pkg
Winton, Sheryl 1 Pkg
Campion, Denice 1 Pkg
Ambrose, Gina 1 Pkg
Beanland, Glenda 1 Pkg
Swarey, Solomon L. and Hannah S. 1 Pkg
Schwartz, Perry and Frieda 1 Pkg
Cinque, Jennifer 1 Pkg
Swart, Isa 1 Pkg
Borntrager, Johnny W. and Esther 1 Pkg
Stoltzfus, Steven F and Sarah 1 Pkg
Wickey, Joni E. and Emma E. 1 Pkg
Hostetler, Samuel and Lovina R. 1 Pkg
Gingerich, Allen A. and Laura 1 Pkg
van der Walt, Marietjie 1 Pkg
Troyer, Gideon W. and Clara 1 Pkg
Gingerich, Tobie and Lizzie Anne 1 Pkg
Martin, Laurene and Clarence 1 Pkg
La Vie Health & Beauty Clinic 1 Pkg
Westerfield, Mary 1 Pkg
L R Phanthel Investments, Inc. 1 Pkg
Ball, Julia 1 Pkg
Donald, Anitra 1 Pkg
Botha, Marlene 1 Pkg
Yarnevich, Susan 1 Pkg
McLean, Krys and Bill 1 Pkg
Salmon, Raema Jane 1 Pkg
Kenney, Mark N. 1 Pkg
Mikoll, Lorraine 1 Pkg
Miller, Vera and Floyd 1 Pkg
van Loggerenberg, Juanita N. 1 Pkg
Pems 1 Pkg
Miller, Mary and Nelson L. 1 Pkg
Essential Organics 1 Pkg
Beiler, Daniel and Linda 1 Pkg
Gray, Douglas and Fran 1 Pkg
Gingerich, Benjamin D. and AnnMarie 1 Pkg
Burkholder, Jonathan and Marilyn 1 Pkg
Stutzman, Paul and Susie 1 Pkg
King, Amos S. and Annie F. 1 Pkg
Miller, Lovina 1 Pkg
Du Toit, Rene 1 Pkg
Raber, Susie A. and Albert L. 1 Pkg
Gerbaz, Ila M. 1 Pkg
Benbow-Haines, Christine B. 1 Pkg
Brogan, Lisa 1 Pkg
Gullion, Loretta 1 Pkg
Kim, Soonja (Helena) and Sung-nam (Winston) 1 Pkg
Jones, Rosetta F. and Leonard T. 1 Pkg
Fausett, Grant and Heather 1 Pkg
Thompson, Susan B. 1 Pkg
Sunderland, Virginia and Charles 1 Pkg
de Villiers, Cleone 1 Pkg
Beaton, Saskia and Larry 1 Pkg
Miller, Malinda J. and Mark P. 1 Pkg
Dai, Tsing S. 1 Pkg
Bates, Carolyn 1 Pkg
Bana, Nasreen 1 Pkg
Berry, Sandy 1 Pkg
Doescher, Mary Lou 1 Pkg
Yelton, Anita 1 Pkg
Cheng, Sophia 1 Pkg
Berkin, Arnold and Judy 1 Pkg
Odendaal, Mabet 1 Pkg
Foucher, Ray P. 1 Pkg
*Membership wishes to remain anonymous.

Members who reached between 350 and 699 contest points, earned 1 celebration package, a value of $750 USD. Those with 700 to 999 points, earned 2 celebration packages, a $1,500 USD value. If they reached 1,000 to 1,499 contest points they earned 2 celebration packages PLUS one extra night, a $1,690 USD value. Members with 1,500 or more contest points,  earned 2 celebration packages PLUS two extra nights, a value of $1,880 USD!

In addition, the top 30 earners won CASH! Congratulations, once again.

Plan to join your AIM family at our 2019 Celebration in Orlando, Florida, from June 20 thru 23. Click here to register today for the AIM BIG Celebration or watch for your registration form in your January product order.


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