The Brain-Bacteria Chatline (Part 2)

Part 2 of 2 Given the importance of microbiota population and diversity, it is interesting to understand how it all begins in the human body. Microbiome development is said to start as soon as someone is born, influenced even by the method of being delivered into the world. However, recent research indicates that a babyContinue reading “The Brain-Bacteria Chatline (Part 2)”

The Brain-Bacteria Chatline

Part 1 of 2 Science has only scratched the surface of the deep relationship between the human body and the microbiome and microbiota, the trillions of microbes that inhabit the human gut. This myriad of microorganisms includes archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, fungi and viruses. Research is also suggesting that there is communication coming from within thisContinue reading “The Brain-Bacteria Chatline”

The Finn Family’s Miracle

Sometimes a mother’s in­stinct works wonders. Such is the case with Tamara Finn, an AIM Wholesale Member in Ohio. If it weren’t for Tamara’s enduring faith and motherly intuition, her son, Richard, would most likely not be alive today. Even when doctors gave her a “do it or he will die” ultimatum, Tamara had otherContinue reading “The Finn Family’s Miracle”

The Question of Digestion

In January 2008, a report was published with the ominous title, “The Burden of Digestive Diseases in the United States.” It’s not an easy or pleasant read: gastrointestinal infections, digestive cancers, gastroesophageal reflux disease, inflammatory bowel disease, etc. Since its publication eleven years ago, the burden seems to have grown heavier. And it’s no longer justContinue reading “The Question of Digestion”

PrepZymes Eases the Bite!

Shared by Charlotte Thompson,  AIM Chairman’s Club Director Enzymes have really interested me for the last few years. I have a thick book that emphasizes their importance: the more enzymes, the more life. They are like workers in our bodies. If we don’t have enzymes, we don’t live. This has interested me so much thatContinue reading “PrepZymes Eases the Bite!”

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”

Festive Season or Stressful Season?

It is hard to believe that 2017 is coming to an end. It’s been an eventful year to say the least. And December is filled with festivities that usually demand a fair bit of attention, so even the final month of the calendar may be jam-packed and challenging. Anyone who has shopped for presents, spentContinue reading “Festive Season or Stressful Season?”

How We Maintain the Natural Bounty of Enzymes

Enzymes are often an overlooked element of daily nutrition. This might stem from the fact that there are over 50,000 enzymes, and we’ve only discovered around six percent. And although we don’t know everything about them, what we do know is that they are essential for driving vital biological processes like detoxification and the transportationContinue reading “How We Maintain the Natural Bounty of Enzymes”

How to Test for Enzymes in your Green Juice

Our state-of-the-art, proprietary processes were designed, in part, to protect the natural enzymes of the plant.  Enzymes are proteins, a component of all living things that aid in the processes of turning food into energy which then can be stored until needed, and it is enzymes that do the releasing.  Enzymes also aid growth and work toward theContinue reading “How to Test for Enzymes in your Green Juice”

5 Nutritional Strategies for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome affects a significant segment of the population (around 15%).  The underlying cause or causes of IBS is unknown, but it often manifests in a variety of symptoms like cramps, diarrhea, gas, bloating and constipation.  To complicate matters further, each sufferer’s symptoms can be triggered by any number of factors specific to the individual.Continue reading “5 Nutritional Strategies for Irritable Bowel Syndrome”