A Natural Solution

Shared by Debra Pugh, AIM Director When Debra Pugh was introduced to AIM nutrition at the age of 26, it changed the unhealthy trajectory her life seemed to be on from infancy. Sickly as a baby, Debra continued to come down with a variety of ailments once she reached school age. By high school, sheContinue reading “A Natural Solution”

4 Things You Should Know About the Microbiome

1 Antibiotics have a detrimental effect on the microbiome, destroying good bacteria along with those that cause infections. Many people take antibiotics for a cold or the flu, but both illnesses are caused by viruses that antibiotics cannot kill. Studies indicate long-lasting disruption of the microbiome even from short-term antibiotic use. Childhood exposure to antibioticsContinue reading “4 Things You Should Know About the Microbiome”

Serving Others by Offering Hope

Shared by Char Pelfrey AIM Director Of all the roles in life I’ve loved and endeavored to undertake, cancer survivor was not on my list. In 2016, my husband, Jerry, and I were living full, productive lives with four grown daughters and 11 grandchildren: Jerry as lead pastor of our church and I with 15Continue reading “Serving Others by Offering Hope”

What Is My Secret?

Shared by Shirley Snyder McKercher, AIM Member I am often asked what my secret is to reach the age of 90. Although partly genetics, I believe taking AIM’s green barley powder for over 30 years has contributed to my longevity. The youngest of four siblings, I was born at home on April 17, 1929, soContinue reading “What Is My Secret?”

Influences and Relationships

Shared by Barbara Bird, AIM Director Did you know that you can work on changing results by changing your actions, but you will not have any change worth noting until you change your influences? A few years ago, I attended a course with a company called Make Your Mark, and this is one of theContinue reading “Influences and Relationships”

A Healthy Lifestyle is Critical

Shared by Danae Songy, AIM Preferred Member In January 2013, I was diagnosed with remitting-recurring multiple sclerosis, a chronic, typically progressive disease that damages nerve-cell sheaths in the brain and spinal cord. My symptoms included vision impairment, balance issues and numbness in my legs and hands. I have always lived a healthy lifestyle and amContinue reading “A Healthy Lifestyle is Critical”

The Inner Workings of Fiber

The history of what is good and what is not good for you has definitely had its misleading moments over the course of time. This is especially true in regard to nutrition. One claim that misled people for nearly two centuries is that fiber is not important for maintaining your health. From the early 1800s,Continue reading “The Inner Workings of Fiber”

Childhood WEIGHT Issues

It’s a sad fact of modern life that so many children around the world are facing a health problem that is largely preventable: being overweight (having extra body fat) or obese (having too much body fat). The World Health Organization (WHO) presents some alarming statistics on the number of children who are affected by excessContinue reading “Childhood WEIGHT Issues”

Physical Activity for Good Health

We human beings are funny creatures when it comes to exercise. It’s good for us, but it seems the majority of people have to force themselves to do what is physically good for them on a regular basis. Maybe it’s the word “exercise” that is off-putting for a lot of folks. It conjures up havingContinue reading “Physical Activity for Good Health”

Reaching More Generations

Shared by Nicolas van Rensburg, an Independent Service Provider for The AIM Companies When AIM was founded in 1982, most Members were part of the Baby Boomer generation (born 1946-1964) and for those of you who don’t know, after the Baby Boomers came “Gen X” (born 1965-1980) and now the “Millennials” (born 1981-1996). If youContinue reading “Reaching More Generations”