Exercise Ave.

The AIM Healthy Cell Concept™ covers five avenues we can use to improve and maintain our physical and mental well-being: food, exercise, environment, protection and attitude. All are mutually related in achieving balance. The Choice of ExerciseExercise is one avenue that has many definitions, depending on where you get your information. Some people never joinContinue reading “Exercise Ave.”

Fortify My Family

AIM Director Emily Layton personally knows that out of the most painful experiences can come beautiful things. She ended up having a business that greatly serves people’s nutritional needs as a result of her 13-year-old daughter’s health issues. “It started about three years ago,” Emily related. “We were in the throws of darkness, trying toContinue reading “Fortify My Family”

Please Pass the Flavonoids

With the increasing scientific focus on what is happening in the human microbiome and how it affects our health, it’s no wonder that there are an incredible number of studies that have taken place over the past few decades. Information comes out in dribs and drabs, and the odd discovery becomes a news item thatContinue reading “Please Pass the Flavonoids”

P–biotic Confusion?

Sales of probiotics have continued to skyrocket over the years among health-conscious individuals. At the same time, an August 2021 survey of 1,004 people revealed that only a small percentage of them understood the relationship of probiotics to a healthy microbiome as well as optimally functioning digestive and immune systems. Overall, there was limited awarenessContinue reading “P–biotic Confusion?”

The Gale Riders

AIM Directors Kees and Darlene Vandermey are doing their part to make the world a better place from Elmira, Ontario. In doing so, they have set good examples along the way. As independent distributors of AIM products, the Vandermeys have been sharing nutrition that works for years, supporting the health of others as well asContinue reading “The Gale Riders”

The All-Seasons Garden Trio

For the majority of North American AIM Members, it’s the tail end of the harvest season. Autumn weather leads to a time when gardens lie fallow, ready to endure the cold of winter and the long wait until a spring sun gives the signal for new growth. That’s just the way it is season-wise. Farmer’sContinue reading “The All-Seasons Garden Trio”

Fall Through Winter Wellness

As the seasons of lower temperatures fall on the northern climes of the United States and Canada, the cold change in the weather creates an environment that makes a person more susceptible to a cold or the flu. Chilly thermometer readings are a factor in such illnesses. The viruses that cause these ailments thrive evenContinue reading “Fall Through Winter Wellness”

Plant-Based Food and Diabetes

Both America and Canada make November an awareness month for diabetes, a disease that affects over 400 million people around the globe. A connection has been made between poor nutrition and the worldwide rise of type 2 diabetes.1 Considered to be a global epidemic, type 2 diabetes develops when the body is unable to produceContinue reading “Plant-Based Food and Diabetes”

The Science Behind Food as Medicine

These days, we seem to be bombarded from all directions with information from both reliable and unreliable sources. It requires sifting through it all to find convincing evidence based on wisdom not ignorance.  Much of this informative bombardment has little impact on our lives unless we are making personal choices that could end up beingContinue reading “The Science Behind Food as Medicine”