Antioxidant Power from Proancynol 2000

Among the many fine choices of AIM products is a bottle of encapsulated antioxidant ingredients: Proancynol 2000. Its unusual name delivers a remarkable amount of antioxidant activity in a single supplement, providing potent protection that is of even more importance during the months of winter weather. There’s really no other antioxidant supplement that compares toContinue reading “Antioxidant Power from Proancynol 2000”

Facing the Cold Truth

Winter turns up the volume on colds and the flu like a seasonal barometer of sick days ahead. Unfortunately, the drop in temperature increases the spread of viruses. For example, rhinoviruses that cause colds may replicate even better in chilly weather and influenza viruses get a transmission boost in winter. If you live in aContinue reading Facing the Cold Truth

The Pros of Proancynol 2000

The oxidative stress created by free radicals can cause harm to your body’s organs, tissues and cells, right down to your DNA. Each of these out-of-control molecules is missing an electron, which can be replaced only by the presence of antioxidants. The finest food sources of antioxidants are plant-based meals that include a variety ofContinue reading “The Pros of Proancynol 2000”

Lymphatic What?

Of all the body systems that we may recognize, the lymphatic system is likely one of the least familiar. This network of tissues, vessels and organs (e.g., bone marrow, the spleen, the thymus and tonsils) maintains fluid levels in our body tissues in a manner similar to a drainage system that provides liquid balance. TheContinue reading Lymphatic What?

Fall Through Winter Wellness

As the seasons of lower temperatures fall on the northern climes of the United States and Canada, the cold change in the weather creates an environment that makes a person more susceptible to a cold or the flu. Chilly thermometer readings are a factor in such illnesses. The viruses that cause these ailments thrive evenContinue reading “Fall Through Winter Wellness”

4 for Immune Support

Your immune system is the first line of defense that protects you from harm from the inside out and the outside in. Regular intake of wholesome food that is primarily plant-based is one of the best ways that you can personally assist this defense system. Topping off healthy nourishment with nutrition that works adds supplementaryContinue reading “4 for Immune Support”

Plant-Based Back-to-School Protection

For students who are physically going back to school this month, there is a combination of relief and concern about this return. Things are simply not the same as they were pre-pandemic, and the new normal suggests that we are not out of the woods just yet. Being cautious is a good thing. Preventive strategiesContinue reading “Plant-Based Back-to-School Protection”

Grateful for Feeling Better

Shared by Hannah Kotzé, AIM Preferred Member Klerksdorp, South Africa In 1982, my husband, Gert, had a motorcycle accident that broke his collarbone and tore a nerve in his arm. Paralyzed from the elbow to his hand, he had constant arm pain that worsened when the weather was stormy or cloudy. In 2020, he startedContinue reading “Grateful for Feeling Better”

The World of Phytonutrients

Chemicals are often associated with something unnatural or harmful, negatively affecting our health through exposure or consumption. Then again, certain chemicals are essential for good health. If you’re familiar with the periodic table of elements, you might recall some of the symbols for chemicals that are naturally present in the environment. AIM Members may recognizeContinue reading “The World of Phytonutrients”

The Nature of Inflammation

There’s a theory that chronic inflammation is at the core of disease, including those that are non-infectious. Even with this realization, inflammation is usually treated after the fact. In other words, once an inflammatory condition has been identified, only then is something done to alleviate the inflammation. Testing for inflammation usually involves measuring the presenceContinue reading “The Nature of Inflammation”