Managing Stress

Over 500 years ago, an Italian doctor and lawyer by the name of Hippolytus de Marsiliis noticed that seemingly harmless drops of water falling on stone gradually carved a hollow in the rock-hard surface. He turned this water-dropping-on-stone effect into a form of torture. Incessant drops of water landing on a person’s forehead at anContinue reading “Managing Stress”

The Rise of Brain Fog  

If you have ever experienced being in a place where the fog rolls in and obliterates the seascape or landscape, you know the feeling of being enveloped by mist that makes everything around you temporarily disappear. It has become all too common for the physical sensation of fog to happen mentally, causing the blurring ofContinue reading “The Rise of Brain Fog  “

10 Top Supplement Ingredients

The popularity of vitamins, minerals, herbs, extracts and other supplements is something that changes over the time, depending on the latest research and trends. The following are some of the most popular ingredients that can be found in the AIM product lineup. 1. ) Multivitamins Supplements that are multivitamins are synthesized in laboratories because youContinue reading “10 Top Supplement Ingredients”

Inside Edible Plants

The plant kingdom has provided the world’s healthiest source of nutrition since the dawn of time. Today, we know that there are over 50,000 edible plants on the planet. Of course, only a small fraction of those end up in our meals. Just 12 plant sources along with five animal sources make up around 75Continue reading “Inside Edible Plants”

You say Turmeric, I say Curcumin

Many cultures around the world spice up their lives with the underground stems of turmeric, a flowering plant in the ginger family. Native to Southeast Asia, turmeric has been used for centuries to flavor foods, treat health disorders and dye material with its golden-yellow hue.You have to dig a little deeper into turmeric to findContinue reading “You say Turmeric, I say Curcumin”

A Balanced Connection

Shared by Jan Baxter, Director, Waterloo, Ontario In mid-June during the COVID-19 pandemic, I spent some time at our cottage. After a day of kayaking and biking, I was reading on the couch when a frightening incident occurred with my vision. Some cloudiness suddenly appeared in the lower part of my left eye, making meContinue reading “A Balanced Connection”

An Ashwagandha Good Change!

The reformulation of GinkgoSense was officially announced in the February issue of Living Well magazine. Changes to the formula include the addition of ashwagandha. This revered herbal ingredient has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine in India. However, public awareness of the stress-relieving benefits of ashwagandha is fairlyContinue reading “An Ashwagandha Good Change!”

Reformulation of GinkgoSense

It’s always exciting when AIM Quality Assurance finds ways to generate product improvements based on the latest scientific research. Beneficial changes have been made to the GinkgoSense formulation to further increase its effectiveness in supporting cognitive and visual function. New Ingredients, Better Results The GinkgoSense formula now includes curcumin, ashwagandha, black pepper and ginger, fourContinue reading “Reformulation of GinkgoSense”

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”