Fiber vs Diabetes

In 2010, the number of Americans who suffered from diabetes was 26 million. Now health experts believe that number may be nearing thirty million. A whopping 86 million—that’s one third of the US population!—have a condition known as prediabetes, higher than normal blood sugar but not high enough to be classified as fullon type 2 diabetes. Prediabetics will likely develop diabetes if they doContinue reading “Fiber vs Diabetes”

AIM Excels Under Competition

Certified personal trainer and bodybuilder Nick Victory went all-in with AIM products for a thirty-five day trial, and he achieved impressive results and a clean feeling of wellness that only AIM’s whole-food nutrition can provide. “After about day ten, I felt an immense feeling of cleanliness in my body,” Nick said. “I felt more resilient, which, as any good muscle-building athlete knows,Continue reading “AIM Excels Under Competition”

Anton “The Professor” Zafir

Intelligent Choices Inside and Outside of the Ring Anton Zafir’s first professional bout was in June 2012. In just two short years, Anton “The Professor” Zafir—he has a graduate diploma in exercise and a bachelor’s degree in the Science of Sports—rose to the top of the Australian Mixed Martial Arts scene, winning the the Nitro Welterweight title beltContinue reading “Anton “The Professor” Zafir”

An Overview of AIM’s Weight Loss Products

Maintaining a healthy body weight is something that most of us would prefer for aesthetic purposes alone. Being fit and trim helps boost confidence and can dramatically improve your day-to-day life on a very functional level. However, being overweight has been linked to dozens of health problems. Therefore, weight loss and weight maintenance should haveContinue reading “An Overview of AIM’s Weight Loss Products”

AIM Products and Digestion

The Digestive System The main function of the digestive system is to break down food into smaller bits so that the nutrients can be absorbed by the body and converted into energy.  Its secondary role is to remove the waste leftover from the conversion process. Fiber The average person gets only 15 grams of fiberContinue reading “AIM Products and Digestion”

AIM Products and Cardiovascular Health

The Cardiovascular System The cardiovascular system transports oxygen, nutrients, hormones and cellular waste and is comprised of the heart, blood and veins.  The term cardiovascular disease refers to a series of illnesses that can affect this system. Many health problems related to the cardiovascular system have been dubbed “lifestyle diseases” because they stem from badContinue reading “AIM Products and Cardiovascular Health”

Fiber Linked to Decreased Risk of Diabetes in Large-Scale Study

New research out of Europe has linked the increased consumption of cereal fiber to a reduced risk of diabetes. This isn’t the first time that scientists have found an inverse link between a high fiber diet and diabetes. However, the study–The EPIC-InterAct–is the world’s largest study of type 2 diabetes. Over 350,000 people participated inContinue reading “Fiber Linked to Decreased Risk of Diabetes in Large-Scale Study”

15 Fantastic Fiber Facts

1. The average person only gets 15 g of fiber a day. 2. The recommended amount of fiber is 20-35 g per day. 3. Fiber comes exclusively from plants. 4. There are two types of fiber. Soluble and insoluble fiber.  Although both are necessary, soluble breaks down in water and insoluble does not. 5. InsolubleContinue reading “15 Fantastic Fiber Facts”

Want to Lose Weight? Eat More Fiber, Study Says

For those of you struggling to maintain the American Heart Association Diet, there seems to be a more satisfying and similarly effective alternative: the high-fiber diet.  Researchers at the University of  Massachusetts Amherst found that people on the high-fiber diet were able to lose nearly as much weight as those on calorie-restrictive diets like the oneContinue reading “Want to Lose Weight? Eat More Fiber, Study Says”