It’s a Time for Composure

For over 30 years, AIM has offered a natural health product that calms worried minds, helping to alleviate the underlying source: stress. Fittingly, AIM named it Composure because taking its combination of soothing herbs helps you to regain your composure. If there ever was a time when people need stress relief, this is it. TheContinue reading “It’s a Time for Composure”

Feed Your Brain

The facts speak for themselves: Alzheimer’s disease is a neuro­de­gen­erative condition that affects well over 6 million individuals in Canada and America. Around 1 in 10 people over the age of 65 have Alzheimer’s. Modern medicine still has no cure for this deadly condition, only drugs that slightly slow down the destruction of nerve cellsContinue reading “Feed Your Brain”

A Time for BarleyLife

In the world of business, the factors that determine longevity are many: quality products, marketing, people and perhaps a little (or a lot of) luck, especially in the competitive world of health supplements. When a company grows and endures for decades, it’s worth noting the reasons why. One of those rare companies is AIM, collectivelyContinue reading “A Time for BarleyLife”

Pea Protein Promotes Muscle Thickness and Strength

If you are an adult who wants to maintain healthy muscle mass throughout the aging process or an athlete or bodybuilder, especially someone just beginning, a study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (January 2015) recommends pea protein. The research took a long hard look at whether pea protein wouldContinue reading “Pea Protein Promotes Muscle Thickness and Strength”

Four Cool Growing and Harvesting Facts

“Why BarleyLife is Unique” #1 Grown Outside One of the reasons that the barley plants AIM uses are so nutrient-dense is because the grass grows outside in the varying weather conditions found in nature: sun, rain, extreme dryness, moisture, etc., which stimulate the production of protective nutrients. Many barley grass products are made from grassContinue reading “Four Cool Growing and Harvesting Facts”

The Good and Bad Bacteria Balance

There’s a bacterial balancing act going on inside your gut microbiome: the microorganisms in your intestinal tract. And you want them to be dominated by good bacteria (probiotics) that keep you healthy. Overpopulated, bad bacteria can cause bloating, diarrhea, constipation and other bowel disorders as well inhibit the absorption of nutrients that your body needs.Continue reading “The Good and Bad Bacteria Balance”

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?”

Healthy Aging: What a Concept!

It’s a fact of life that everyone gets older day by day. As the years go by, factors like genetics, lifestyle and nutrition can speed up or slow down the aging process. So what is the definition of healthy aging? According to a 2006 report by the Swedish National Institute of Public Health, healthy agingContinue reading “Healthy Aging: What a Concept!”

Joining the AIM Mag-nificence Family: Mag-nificence CWR

CWR is looking good. Its new label makes it an identifiable part of the Mag-nificence line of topical magnesium: lotion, spray and bath additive. CWR is looking good. Its new label makes it an identifiable part of the Mag-nificence line of topical magnesium: lotion, spray and bath additive. More importantly, CWR makes people feel good. CaseContinue reading “Joining the AIM Mag-nificence Family: Mag-nificence CWR”

The ORGANIC Question

AIM offices around the world frequently receive the question as to whether or not AIM products are organic. The answer is interesting. AIM products are grown under organic standards. For example, crops of barley grass are cultivated without the use of pes­ticides, herbicides or fungicides and involve other organic practices like crop rotation. As well,Continue reading “The ORGANIC Question”