Drink It Up!

March 22 is World Water Day, which focuses on the importance of freshwater and its sustainable man­agement. Water is essential for all life on earth.

Your body is around 50 to 75 percent water, depending on your age and gender, so the recommended daily water intake varies. The well-known “drink eight glasses a day” is a guideline, so more or less may be needed. However, replenishing daily is essential.

Easy-to-Replenish AIM Nutrition

When AIM first introduced the juice powder of young barley leaves, a healthy trend began among Members: mixing BarleyLife with water to make nutrient-dense beverages. Some take the powder dry in their mouths or swallow capsules, but the presence of water is still required for the barley grass powder to dissolve and be absorbed.
Members also enjoy and benefit from the juice powders of carrots and beets, individually as Just Carrots and RediBeets or in the Garden Trio along with BarleyLife. You can juice your own vegetables, but AIM powders allow you to skip that messy task.

Leafy Greens and Cocoa Choices

Barley grass is also a presence in LeafGreens among the leaf powders of super vegetables, including arugula, kale and spinach. You can also choose to drink your greens with a three-part mixture of cocoa powders in CoCoa LeafGreens. AIM aims for healthy choices.whole-food-powders

Fiber and Water


When supplementing with Herbal Fiberblend and/or Fit ’n Fiber, drinking sufficient amounts of water allows an indigestible nutrient to work its healthy inner magic as soluble and insoluble fiber.

That’s the simplicity of AIM nutritional powders: just add water.


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.

Published by The AIM Companies

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