Bacteria, the Brain and Bones

The microbiome is an amazing part of your life . . . literally. Life within life so to speak. All of the microorganisms that make up your microbiota are alive and doing their part to keep you healthy, particularly the friendly bacteria. But like everything good in life, it tends to be all about balance.Continue reading “Bacteria, the Brain and Bones”

Your Heart Healthy AIM

Life is just a heartbeat away. By giving your heart the right nutrition to remain strong, the beat goes on. AIM’s natural health products can help to deliver supplemental support. Decades of research into the onset and progression of heart conditions and other diseases has lead to the recognition of chronic inflammation as a commonContinue reading “Your Heart Healthy AIM”

The Weight of It All

It’s the New Year and already the weight of any resolutions you made can feel like someone nagging you to do something about it. If you have resolutely made up your mind to lower the number that appears when you step on a scale, then at least you can be comforted in knowing that youContinue reading “The Weight of It All”

Fit is the New Thin: Cassey Shaw

Shared by Cassey Shaw, AIM Preferred Member I am a wife, mom, business owner and recovering food addict. I have struggled with my weight for as long as I can remember. In May 2018, I decided enough was enough. I focused on changing my mindset and nutrition. I counted calories and ate whole foods. IContinue reading “Fit is the New Thin: Cassey Shaw”

AIM Nutrition Changed My Life

Shared by Tina Wilkerson, AIM Director and Personal Trainer Back in 2001, after my daughter, Jordan, was born, I felt very poorly. I had a number of health issues: fatigue, headaches, aching joints, and I was overweight. At that point in time, I wasn’t a personal trainer yet, but I began a wellness journey thatContinue reading “AIM Nutrition Changed My Life”

Fit is the New Thin: Caitlin Lawrence

Shared by Caitlin Lawrence, AIM Preferred Member I was born at a normal weight but with a big appetite. I remember dieting from an early age without much success. Although my mom was always into health foods and we were notoriously known as “the healthiest family in the neighborhood,” my weight tended to make peopleContinue reading “Fit is the New Thin: Caitlin Lawrence”

Fit is the New Thin: Mélanie’s Story

It is important to note that maintaining an ideal weight for your body composition goes well beyond being skinny or thin. It’s about being fit. It’s the new thin in wellness. Over the years, many Members (The AIM Companies’ distributors) have managed their weight by using a variety of AIM products, including BarleyLife, ProPeas, fitContinue reading “Fit is the New Thin: Mélanie’s Story”

Fit Is the New Thin!

If people buy into “model” images in fashion magazines, then ultra-thin is the ideal body type. But if emaciated skinny is the look a woman is striving for, then she is likely headed in an unhealthy direction. Going gaunt for guys is the same detrimental journey although, comparatively, more male models project strong, toned bodyContinue reading “Fit Is the New Thin!”

The Probiotic and Prebiotic Connection

Over the years, The AIM Companies has stressed the importance of good gut bacteria known as probiotics. The latest research is now confirming the significance of prebiotics—types of fiber that good bacteria eat—establishing that these two go hand in hand to improve and maintain good health. AIM offers healthy sources of both: FloraFood probiotics and fit’Continue reading “The Probiotic and Prebiotic Connection”

The Good and Bad Bacteria Balance

There’s a bacterial balancing act going on inside your gut microbiome: the microorganisms in your intestinal tract. And you want them to be dominated by good bacteria (probiotics) that keep you healthy. Overpopulated, bad bacteria can cause bloating, diarrhea, constipation and other bowel disorders as well inhibit the absorption of nutrients that your body needs.Continue reading “The Good and Bad Bacteria Balance”