Earth Day

April 22 is the official date assigned for the annual awareness of Earth Day. This year’s theme is Restore Our Earth™, which is appropriate on a number of levels, notably at ocean depths.

Given that 71 percent of our planet is covered by water and the Earth’s oceans account for 96.5 percent of the world’s water, ocean life is inextricably connected to life on Earth. The health of the seven seas greatly affects our own.

Take the recent example to be seen in the Netflix documentary, Seaspiracy, a controversial look at what takes place at sea and lies beneath the surface of the world’s oceans affecting life on Earth. The film purports that as a worldwide industry, commercial fishing pollutes the oceans and kills much more than just the targeted catch of marine life.

One of the film’s takeaways is that people can do their part by avoiding the consumption of seafood, the source of which is unsustainable if the industry continues as is. Projections are that 30 years from now, there will be no more fish to eat and our planet will never be the same. The theme of restoring our Earth ties in nicely with fixing what is wrong at sea .

Restore the Earth, Restore Your Body

This year’s restoration theme for Earth Day also ties in nicely with fixing what’s wrong in our personal planets: our bodies.

Avoiding the consumption of fish and meat means having a primarily plant-based diet, which years of research reveals is the healthiest choice for humans. There’s even a Planetary Health Diet that is said to benefit people and the Earth.

On top of the claimed damage being done to the Earth’s oceans in the pursuit of seafood, meat and dairy farming uses 83 percent of the world’s farmland. That’s a lot of the Earth’s soil. These farming practices also account for 60 percent of greenhouse-gas emissions from agriculture.

Getting most of your nutrition from the many components of a plant-based diet—beans, fruit, legumes, nuts, seeds, vegetables and whole grains—can contribute to restoration: improving your health and maintaining it for a healthy lifetime. And whole-food powders from AIM can supplement your restorative, plant-based intake.

Restore with AIM

The nutrients in barley grass, normally an inedible plant for humans, have been available for nearly forty years in the juice powder of young barley leaves found in BarleyLife.

This nutrition that works to support good health is easily assimilated and used by the body in the form of plant-based antioxidants, enzymes, nutrients, phytonutrients, protein, etc., all of which are sourced from the Earth. Any time you choose whole food from the plant world, you choose a restorative cycle of life, in this case, BarleyLife.

AIM offers more whole-food powders as well as other targeted nutrition, all sourced from the Earth including:

AIMega – plant-based essential fatty acids

CoCoa LeafGreens – powder of nutritious leaves and cocoa beans

Composure – combination of calming herbs

CranVerry+ – potent plant nutrients for urinary tract health

GinkgoSense – memory and vision health herbs

Just Carrots – juice powder of carrots

ProPeas – plant protein from peas

RediBeets – juice powder of red beets AIM is focused on contributing supplemental nutrients and phytonutrients from the plant world for the benefit of people’s health. To restore is a good thing.

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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