AIM BarleyLife Is Now Gluten-Free

It’s official! AIM is excited to announce that all BarleyLife 360 gram (Family size) and BarleyLife 180 gram (Convenience size) canisters are AIM certified Gluten-Free!
How is a gluten-free BarleyLife achieved? As you might guess, it starts in the field. BarleyLife growing conditions and harvesting methods were carefully analyzed and refined to minimize the possibility of gluten in the finished powder. Then over the past year, AIM began rigorously testing all BarleyLife produced for gluten content. The test results were conclusive—BarleyLife consistently achieved the gluten-free standard of less than 20 ppm. And from now on we will test every batch of BarleyLife to confirm it meets the Gluten-Free standard. And don’t forget, AIM BarleyLife is also certified kosher, vegan and non-GMO!
A Gluten-Free symbol will soon be added to all 360-gram and 180-gram canisters and eventually to labels in the months to come. But you can tell your customers, downline, and prospects the great news today!

Spring Into Action Contest Leaderboard

Disclaimer: Contest dollars may include points that have not been validated as of the posting date. For more info, check your points on the AIM Member website. 

As of right now, here are ‘AIM’s Spring Into Action’ contest leaders vying for a total of $20,000 in cash prizes. The top 10 competitors can earn $5,000, $4,000, $3,000, $2,000 and six chances at $1,000.

These standings may change as you have until May 31 to move ahead, so keep up the excellent work. We wish you the best!

Jada, Razia                                           120
Jada, Muhammad                              118.5
Haffejee, Miriam                                 40
Quantum Knowledge Pty. Ltd.         40
Miller, Matthew and Karen              40
Weitsz, Vanessa                                    28.5
Robinson, Leré and Eddie                 27.5
Vawda, Moonira                                   27.5
Upfold, Jon and Julie                           27
Baty, Erin and Michael                       26
Schiele, Loren and Kathleen            24
Miller, Joseph and Emma                  22
Van Den Bosch, Marinda                   22
Ascent Strategies, Inc.                       20.5
Chupty, Fathima                                  19
Donald, Lanny and Ken                     18
Greens For Life, Inc.                           18
Byler, Lamar and Ruth                      17.5
van Rensburg, Chris and Joan         17
Yoder, Linda and Samuel                  16.5
Toft, Heidi and Mike                           15.5

RediBeets Being Tested in Clinical Trials

Clare Zamzow, PhD candidate at Boise State University in Boise, Idaho, is using AIM’s RediBeets in an upcoming clinical trial at the college’s Human Performance Lab. The trial will test the effects of dietary nitrate on trained athletes during wingate trials.

A wingate trial, for those unfamiliar, is similar to riding a stationary bicycle. The experience, however, is much, much different. Prior to the test, the wingate is adjusted to a rider’s body weight. The participant hops on the apparatus and pedals, warming up for thirty seconds. At that point, the test subject is asked to pedal as hard and as fast as he or she can, but then the resistance—which is based on body weight—kicks in. It suddenly feels like you’re running through thick mud, each revolution of the pedal becoming slower and more cumbersome. A thirty-second trial becomes an eternity, a sixty-second trial, a nightmare.

Although the test is unpleasant for the participants, it’s a great way to measure maximum endurance and power output in a short amount of time. Each participant in the study is asked to participate twice in this study, once after drinking RediBeets and once after using a placebo drink. Then at the end of the study, Zamzow will compare the two time trials and look for significant statistical patterns in the data. Participants are also asked to test their dietary nitrate levels with Berkeley Test® Strips.

The AIM Companies™ has provided the RediBeets to the clinical trial. We are excited by the prospect of having our product used in advancement of science. The majority of studies on beet juice have shown positive results, i.e., beet juice improves athletic performance.

One other item of note: Red Rush was disallowed due to the concern that Red Rush’s great-tasting cherries and lemons could somehow interfere with the data collection. However, the results will still be applicable to Red Rush.

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results that everyone can achieve.

NOTE: Since 1982, The AIM Companies™ (AIM) has been promoting health and providing economic opportunity with an unparalleled product line and a rewarding compensation plan. As a leader in the health and nutrition industry, AIM has pioneered green juice drinks and an assortment of whole-food concentrates while maintaining a consistent income source for its Member distributors.

The Secret Power of LeafGreens and Proancynol 2000

Oxidative stress is associated with disease, weight gain and the aging process. One of the ways that the body fights oxidative stress is with antioxidant enzymes released by the NRF2 pathway. NRF2 is a protein that lies dormant in each cell. Once that protein is activated, it slips into the cell’s nucleus and triggers the defense systems there, releasing very powerful antioxidant enzymes like superoxide dismutase, glutathione and catalase. These enzymes are very effective at destroying the free radicals that cause oxidative stress. If the NRF2 pathway is triggered regularly, it may significantly reduce overall oxidative stress.

High-quality antioxidants do battle with oxidative stress firsthand.

Although there are multiple ways to trigger this pathway, the simplest and most effective is through the foods that we eat. The dietary pathway trigger alpha
lipoic acid is found in spinach, broccoli and tomatoes. Another one, sulforaphane (Biology Redux, 2013) is found in broccoli, cauliflower and kale, and
resveratrol resides in grapes and cranberries. Drinking green tea, intermittent fasting and exercising seem to work, too.

The AIM Companies™ offers three powerful products that activate the NRF2 pathway. Proancynol 2000 contains both alpha lipoic acid and green tea. It also has a selection of other high-quality antioxidants, all of which do battle with oxidative stress firsthand.

Food sources of sulforaphane are extremely potent pathway triggers.

LeafGreens and CoCoa LeafGreens are good food sources of sulforaphane, an extremely potent pathway trigger. These products also contain the antioxidant enzyme glutathione, which is also released by the NRF2 pathway. Although it is hard to absorb dietary glutathione, food sources of glutathione are extremely important to overall glutathione bioavailability. A 2016 study in Biology Redux linked glutathione to a significant reduction in age-related decline.

If you’re looking to lose weight, put the brakes on age-related decline, or just stay as healthy as possible, look no further than the AIM product line. We hold our products to the highest standards of quality and nutrition!

NOTE: Since 1982, The AIM Companies™ (AIM) has been promoting health and providing economic opportunity with an unparalleled product line and a rewarding compensation plan. As a leader in the health and nutrition industry, AIM has pioneered green juice drinks and an assortment of whole-food concentrates while maintaining a consistent income source for its Member distributors.

 

Who Will Win AIM’s Spring Into Action Contest?

The following AIM Members are eligible for a total of $20,000 in cash prizes in AIM’s ‘Spring into Action’ international contest. The top 10 competitors can earn $5,000, $4,000, $3,000, $2,000 and six chances at $1,000. Who will win?  This contest ends May 31, so keep up the excellent work. We wish you the best.

• Razia Jada
• Muhammad Jada
• Quantum Knowledge Pty. Ltd.
• Matthew and Karen Miller
• Vanessa Weitsz
• Leré and Eddie Robinson
• Jon and Julie Upfold
• Moonira Vawda
• Erin and Michael Baty
• Loren and Kathleen Schiele
• Marinda Van Den Bosch
• Joseph and Emma Miller
• Ascent Strategies, Inc.
• Lanny and Ken Donald
• Greens for Life, Inc.
• Fathima Chupty
• Lamar and Ruth Byler
• Chris and Joan van Rensburg
• Heidi and Mike Toft
• Miriam Haffejee

Stay tuned for more updates in the coming days as the contest comes to a close.

AIMing for the 2017 National Senior Games

Celebrating the fact that you can be actively fit at any age, the National Senior Games celebrates its thirtieth anniversary in 2017. And AIM Directors Gary and Debra Pugh will be in Birmingham, Alabama, from June 7–11 to compete.

“We live in Abernathy, Texas, but we traveled to Oklahoma in the fall of 2016 to qualify for the nationals in the 50–54 age group,” Debra said. “You have to be in the top four of the state, and there are around 10,000 people across the country who try.”

For twenty-five years, the Pughs have been taking AIM nutrition, which has helped relieve the symptoms of fibromyalgia that Debra had experienced since the age of fifteen. This lifestyle change at the age of twenty-six also alleviated her allergies, asthma, eczema and irritable bowel syndrome.

“I take almost all of the products in cycles that I rotate throughout the year to keep my organs and tissues healthy. I call it my ‘recipe’ for feeling fit and healthy,” Debra stated. “Exercise is part of the lifestyle that Gary and I have chosen, and AIM is part of that healthy lifestyle too.”

Debra is a personal trainer, and her podiatrist inspired her to get in shape and be a part of the National Senior Games. “He competed in track and field at the games, but with my foot pain, I couldn’t run,” Debra explained. “So I started swimming and found out I was a lot faster than I thought, qualifying in 50-yard freestyle, breaststroke and backstroke.”

“I’m a high school principal, and my primary form of exercise is cycling,” Gary said. “Like swimming, it’s not as problematic for the body. I qualified in the 20 and 40k cycling events.” His AIM regimen consists of BarleyLife, fit ’n fiber, Herbal Release and Red Rush. “Gary and I could not have trained or qualified without the AIM products,” Debra added.

The AIM Companies™ wishes Gary and Debra great success in this year’s National Senior Games.

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results that everyone can achieve.

NOTE: Since 1982, The AIM Companies™ (AIM) has been promoting health and providing economic opportunity with an unparalleled product line and a rewarding compensation plan. As a leader in the health and nutrition industry, AIM has pioneered green juice drinks and an assortment of whole-food concentrates while maintaining a consistent income source for its Member distributors.

 

AIM Nutrition: Essential for Good Health

With such a wide variety of AIM Nutrition available to Members, sometimes a little direction is needed, especially for those new to AIM. To keep it simple, let’s look at nutrition that is considered to be essential on a daily basis: greens, fiber and essential fatty acids (EFAs). AIM has supplemental options to increase the intake of all three.

Greens

Even though the body benefits from the wealth of nutrients in dark, leafy greens, many people don’t like them or simply don’t eat enough. AIM provides four different concentrated greens to choose from, providing an abundance of nutrients in easily absorbed powders.

BarleyLife is a barley grass juice powder concentrate that nurtures whole-body health with a rich source of essentials, such as antioxidants, chlorophyll, enzymes, minerals, phytonutrients and vitamins. Each nutrient is made in balance by nature.

BarleyLife Xtra delivers all of the above along with the powders of eighteen fruit and vegetables that offer additional vitamin C and a sweet taste.

LeafGreens combines the juice powder of barley grass and the powders of five green superfoods, arugula, broccoli sprouts, kale, spinach and Swiss chard, delivering exceptional plant nutrients such as quercetin, kaempferol and sulforaphane.

CoCoa LeafGreens includes the antioxidant and flavonoid benefits of three kinds of cocoas, adding a chocolaty taste to LeafGreens.

Fiber

Having a well-functioning digestive system is essential for good health. Maintaining a high-fiber intake is vital, but statistics show most people get far less than they need. AIM offers two fiber supplements.

Herbal Fiberblend combines psyllium for soluble and insoluble fiber and a variety of cleansing herbs that detoxify and provide gentle relief of constipation.

fit ’n fiber peach contains six sources of fiber and five botanicals in a daily supplement that increases fiber intake, promotes regularity, aids in satiety and assists with weight management.

Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs)

Good health depends on the dietary intake of omega-3 and -6 EFAs, the good fats that the body cannot produce. Most people do not get sufficient amounts.

AIMega delivers encapsulated organic seed oils for a plant source of EFAs, which every cell in the body requires to grow and function optimally.

Greens, fiber and EFAs are essential on a daily basis. Make sure you get yours!

NOTE: Since 1982, The AIM Companies™ (AIM) has been promoting health and providing economic opportunity with an unparalleled product line and a rewarding compensation plan. As a leader in the health and nutrition industry, AIM has pioneered green juice drinks and an assortment of whole-food concentrates while maintaining a consistent income source for its Member distributors.