Well-Fed Eyes

If you are what you eat and the eyes are the windows to the soul, nutrition can affect just how clearly you see through your windows. The cornea of the eye can be likened to a window letting in light that is transformed into vision, images produced on the retina. As the inner lining ofContinue reading “Well-Fed Eyes”

Brain Food

Dementia is major concern for an aging population. There are steps people can take to keep their minds sharp throughout their lifetimes, and, not surprisingly, proper nutrition should be at the top of the list. In January 2018, a study was published in Neurology that revealed eating leafy greens has a positive impact on cognitiveContinue reading “Brain Food”

Improving Vision with Nutrition

What Is Low Vision? Low vision is when a person has difficulty seeing even when wearing glasses, contacts lens or after having eye surgery. It affects one out of six adults over age 45 and one out of four adults over age 75. Low vision can be caused by conditions such as age-related macular degenerationContinue reading “Improving Vision with Nutrition”

4 Things You Should Know About Bilberries

1. Among the many kinds of berries, bilberries have one of the highest concentrations of anthocyanins. Each capsule of AIM GinkgoSense contains 40 mg of bilberry extract standardized to 25 percent antho­cyan­osides, which are super anti­oxidants that help to protect the body by fighting off viruses, infections and in­flam­mation. They have also been found toContinue reading “4 Things You Should Know About Bilberries”

Anti-Aging AIM Supplements

In the overall anti-aging AIM product lineup, the following four supplements can help turn back the hands of time. Proancynol 2000 Every time you take a breath, you inhale life-giving oxygen. But breathing also has a death-giving aspect in the form of oxidation. Oxygen loves to steal electrons from stable molecules in your body, turningContinue reading “Anti-Aging AIM Supplements”

Four Brain Health Habits

Around the world, approximately 50 million people are living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. In the USA, over 5 million people have age-related dementias. The figure in Canada is well over half a million. Alzheimer’s is a disease that attacks the brain, affecting memory, thinking, behavior and personality, and ultimately causing death.Continue reading “Four Brain Health Habits”

Nutrition for Vision

Your five senses are such a daily part of being alive. Yet it is usually only when one of them is compromised that you give it the awareness it deserves. Take vision as an example. The gift of sight is such an important sense. You only have to close your eyes and imagine never beingContinue reading “Nutrition for Vision”

Healthy, Happy and Very Active

Shared by Whitey Johnson, AIM Group Builder I was introduced to AIM’s barley grass powder by Carolyn and Jim Kling, Chairman’s Club Directors. They told me that it was quickly assimilated by the body. At that time, I was taking a bunch of vitamins and minerals, but I didn’t feel well. Right away these supplementalContinue reading “Healthy, Happy and Very Active”

The Opportunity to Help Others with Nutrition Truths

Shared by Herman Bloemhof Shared by Herman Bloemhof AIM Director My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2014. We didn’t know about any alternative options or nutrition, so she endured a terrible route of treatments: six weeks of chemotherapy, a double-breast mastectomy, radiation therapy and expensive medication that cost over $2,000 a month, all ofContinue reading “The Opportunity to Help Others with Nutrition Truths”

Alex Garb at Her 2nd World Roller Championship

Back in August 2016, Alexandra Frisk became the first Canadian AIM-Sponsored Athlete, having been selected as a goalie on the Canadian women’s roller hockey team. Team Canada won the world championship held in Italy in June 2016. Since then, Alex has been a busy young lady: going to school, playing goalie on her college hockeyContinue reading “Alex Garb at Her 2nd World Roller Championship”