AIM’s Clear 2020 Vision Celebration Prize Package Standings

Celebration Prize Package Report created at 12:01 a.m. November 7, 2019 The Clear 2020 Vision international contest sponsored by The AIM Companies™ runs from June 1 through December 31, 2019. AIM Members worldwide are eligible to earn up to two full Celebration Packages to the Chateau on the Lake Resort in Branson, Missouri. Members whoContinue reading “AIM’s Clear 2020 Vision Celebration Prize Package Standings”

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”

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?”

Impressed Doctor Says, “Continue what you’re doing”

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 “Impressed Doctor Says, “Continue what you’re doing””

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”

The Outbreak of Psoriasis

Around the world, 125,000,000 people suffer from psoriasis, a chronic skin condition that comes and goes but is never completely cured. The cause is believed to be a malfunctioning immune system. Overactive T cells that normally protect the body begin attacking healthy skin cells. The result is thick, scaly, red patches of skin that canContinue reading “The Outbreak of Psoriasis”

When Your Immune System Attacks . . . You!

The immune system is your body’s defense against attacks from organisms or substances that can make you sick. The primary defenders in this protective system are your white blood cells, leukocytes that include phagocytes and lymphocytes. Phagocytes envelop and destroy invasive elements, such as bacteria, dust and viruses. Lymphocytes remember invaders, allowing your body toContinue reading “When Your Immune System Attacks . . . You!”

AIM to Beat the Summer Heat

The heat is on in North America! As temperatures rise, energy levels lower for most people. But hey! It’s summertime. You get to spend more time being physically active outdoors. At the same time, the heat makes you sweat, so you need to replenish with water to avoid dehydration. Perspiring also makes you lose electrolytes.Continue reading “AIM to Beat the Summer Heat”

Keeping It Simple

It seems that their will always be an endless amount of health advice for people to follow. This has been going on for centuries. In the late 1500s, Luigi Cornaro, a Venetian nobleman, wrote a bestselling book titled, The Art of Living Long. Over 400 years later, Suzanne Somers, an American actress, wrote the bestsellerContinue reading “Keeping It Simple”