4 Plant-Based Benefits

Immune System Support Plants naturally produce a wealth of essential nutrients that are not present in other foods. The antioxidants, phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals in plants are vital for keeping your cells healthy, your body in balance and your immune system functioning optimally. A primarily plant-based diet maintains a strong immune system. High-Fiber Intake MakingContinue reading “4 Plant-Based Benefits”

A Servant’s Heart

As a little girl growing up in Louisiana’s deep south, Charlotte Thompson learned one of life’s most valuable lessons: helping others gives you immeasurable wealth. Charlotte and her brother were raised by their mother, a single parent who had been forced out of the workplace to look after her invalid father. Having to live onContinue reading “A Servant’s Heart”

Mom Shines Brightly

Kate Price has been taking the AIM products ever since she was five years old. She is now the mother of two beautiful children. Since graduating from school, Kate has acquired a number of qualifications. Her Bachelor of Music (jazz piano performance with first class honors) and teaching diploma allow her to work from herContinue reading “Mom Shines Brightly”

It’s a Time for Composure

For over 30 years, AIM has offered a natural health product that calms worried minds, helping to alleviate the underlying source: stress. Fittingly, AIM named it Composure because taking its combination of soothing herbs helps you to regain your composure. If there ever was a time when people need stress relief, this is it. TheContinue reading “It’s a Time for Composure”

Make Your Dreams Happen

Shared by Toni Lund, AIM Chairman’s Club Director Visiting Gettysburg, Phil­a­delphia and Washington gives you a great insight into the history of America and how far it has come as a country. Our forefathers had a dream, and they took action to make it come true. It’s something we all should do when pursuing ourContinue reading “Make Your Dreams Happen”

Life Sketch of Leora at Age 100

Leora Morton Gertsch Collins Ward has lived a long and interesting yet challenging life for over 100 years. Born in Mapleton, Utah, Leora was an exceptional student who would go on to become a teacher. Leora has nine children and has outlived three loving husbands. Her second was in the Air Force, a career thatContinue reading “Life Sketch of Leora at Age 100”

The Best of Beets

The new look of RediBeets arrived in North America in early 2020. Rebranded RediBeets continues to provide all the best of beets from a pure extracted juice that is dried into a concentrated powder. One of the many healthy benefits of beets is that they contain an incredibly rich source of nitrate, a nitrogen-oxygen compoundContinue reading “The Best of Beets”

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” isContinue reading “Drink It Up!”

A Little Bit About Me … and BarleyLife

Shared by Shirley Palmerton, AIM Member At 91 years old, I’m healthy, active and pain-free. People regularly say to me, “You’re amazing . . . what do you do.” To be honest, I get sick of hearing that. I mean, I do what I can do.  The truth is, I’ve had a difficult yet wonderfulContinue reading “A Little Bit About Me … and BarleyLife”

Hiking the Appalachian Trail

Aaron Noakes spent most of the first 8 years of his life in and out of hospitals due to lung disease. He could never be outside in the night air. Then God healed him. This makes Aaron’s 189-day solo hike along the Appalachian Trail as an adult camping beneath the evening skies a testimony toContinue reading “Hiking the Appalachian Trail”