Belle’s Story

Shared by Michelle Long —Chairman’s Club Director in Cleburne, Texas Belle is our 10-year-old German shepherd who acts more like she’s three in terms of her activity level and athleticism.In the fall of 2020, she developed a slight limp in one of her front legs that became progressively worse though intermittent. A few weeks later,Continue reading “Belle’s Story”

The Good Kind of Strain

Lactobacillus gasseri Bifidobacterium bifidum Bifidobacterium longumThey might be a bit hard to pronounce, but the three strains of bacteria in FloraFood are good ones. Choosing this trio of probiotics to repopulate your microbiota does your body good by maintaining digestive and overall health. Lactobacillus gasseri happens to be one of the main species of goodContinue reading “The Good Kind of Strain”

Going the Distance

Andre de Beer, AIM Preferred MemberBultfontein, Pretoria, South Africa I grew up in South Africa with an older brother and two younger sisters. Financially, times were tough. The first time in my life that I had three meals a day was when I joined the army. Although we battled, I was very blessed in sport andContinue reading “Going the Distance”

The Journey Home

Shared by Marcelle Meijer, AIM Preferred Member in Pretoria, South Africa. Upon my return from the U.S. 18 months ago, I was at a crossroads in my career. In search of more direction, I enrolled in a life coaching program. On this journey of discovery and soul searching, it became very clear what resonated withContinue reading “The Journey Home”

Looking Into Probiotics

With the essential connection made between human health and good bacteria, it is no wonder there have been so many studies on the use of probiotics that supplement the body’s own population of bacteria. Currently, over 1,300 human clinical trials are listed on the ClinicalTrials.gov website and nearly 300 more on the International Clinical TrialsContinue reading “Looking Into Probiotics”

The AIM Commitment to High-Quality Ingredients

AIM has been committed to high-quality ingredients ever since 1982, when the uniquely rich source of nutrients found in young barley grass was made available. That’s when the AIM commitment began, and it continues to this very day. You don’t have to look far into the AIM lineup to find examples. The following represent aContinue reading “The AIM Commitment to High-Quality Ingredients”

Gut Bacteria Get Organized

Extensive research continues into the gut microbiome to learn even more about the role that bacteria play in the biology and health of human beings. One of the most recent accomplishments by an international team of scientists has to do with being bacterially organized. Their undertakings published in Nature Biotechnology are a bit mind boggling:Continue reading “Gut Bacteria Get Organized”

5 Ways to Support Your Immune System

1  Regulate Sleep and Stress When we sleep, our body heals, repairs and restores itself, so do everything you can to get 7–9 hours of sleep nightly. AIM Composure is a calming blend of herbs that can help you to avoid sleepless nights. Learn to manage your stress levels, which suppress your immune system andContinue reading “5 Ways to Support Your Immune System”

Reinforce Your Bond with Good Bacteria

It’s funny that in the 1970s dietary fiber was defined as “the skeletal remains of plant cells that are resistant to digestion … .” 1 Fortunately, we have since learned that the indigestible part of plants is an essential nutrient that has a positive impact on the entire body, not just the digestive system. TheContinue reading “Reinforce Your Bond with Good Bacteria”

A Fifty Percent Chance of Survival

Shared by Leah Miller, AIM Director In 2016, my 11-year-old son, Jerry, had an accident involving gasoline. Over 85 percent of his body was burned. The first day at the hospital, the doctor told us nutrition was the only thing that would get him through. I was so amazed to hear a medical doctor sayContinue reading “A Fifty Percent Chance of Survival”