A Love Relationship with Mag-nificence CWR

Shared by Jacquelyn Frimpter, AIM Director A few years ago, I was taking my morning walk with my dog. All was going well when I suddenly stepped wrong and twisted my ankle. But I continued our walk without incident. I had a busy day scheduled, which began at my church where I had to doContinue reading “A Love Relationship with Mag-nificence CWR”

Moms and AIM Nutrition

This year, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 13, a date to honor all of the wonderful things about moms. There’s the love, the caring, the kindness and the sup­port that good mothers give to their children. This outpouring of motherly con­cern is an everyday occurrence whenever re­quired. Essentially, motherhood is a full-time job: sevenContinue reading “Moms and AIM Nutrition”

Barley Baby

The nutrition a woman chooses for her herself can have a profound effect on both her health and that of her children. Tanya van der Westhuizen, AIM Director, knows this to be true after experiencing two completely different pregnancies: before and after AIM Nutrition that Works. After her first child was born prematurely, Tanya foundContinue reading “Barley Baby”

Is It Time for Inner Spring Cleaning?

Shared by Members Toni Lund, Teresa Schumacher and Amanda Maradiaga What has happened to the health of people in this great nation of ours? Many of today’s diseases have come about because of drastic changes in our environment, food that is being chemically treated and food additives that are toxic to our systems. So weContinue reading “Is It Time for Inner Spring Cleaning?”

A Leader Thinks Outside the Box

Being an independent distrib­utor opens a world of ways to share the benefits of AIM products. It’s a great idea to always keep your options open and look for new opportunities that you may have never considered. Darlene Vandermey, AIM Director, decided to try something different after attending The AIM Companies’ 2017 Celebration in NashvilleContinue reading “A Leader Thinks Outside the Box”

Managing Inflammation Improved My Life

Shared by Jan Kusch, AIM Preferred Member My journey with AIM began in February 2012, when I had been diagnosed with chronic dermatomyositis, a rare auto­immune disease that attacks the muscle and skin, resulting in weak muscles and irritated skin condition on my hands, neck, chest, scalp, face and eyelids. Strangers would walk up to meContinue reading “Managing Inflammation Improved My Life”

Reversing Magnesium Deficiency

Magnesium is a mineral that’s gaining a lot of ground these days possibly because of the likelihood of there being less of it in the ground. With nutrient-depleted soil having a serious effect on food crops, there are likely less magnesium-rich whole grains, lentils and green leafy vegetables being consumed. More to the point, theContinue reading “Reversing Magnesium Deficiency”

No Medications Needed at Age 87

Shared by Kathryne K. Hamill, AIM Group Builder I became a Member of The AIM Companies™ in October 1999. I am eighty-seven years old and have been enjoying AIM’s green barley juice, now called BarleyLife, all these years and am still drinking it to this day. I can honestly say I have not had aContinue reading “No Medications Needed at Age 87”

Alex Garb Competes in China

On August 28, 2017, AIM-Sponsored Athlete Alex Garb boarded a direct flight to Nanjing, China, where the 2017 Roller Games were being held. This second opportunity to play in a world championship for Team Canada was uniquely different for Alex. Her husband, Matthew, who plays on the men’s team, was seated next to her onContinue reading “Alex Garb Competes in China”

The Stress Reliever: Mag-nificence CWR

A multitude of different factors contribute to most people being deficient in magnesium in today’s society, an important one being chronically high stress levels. Stress increases adrenaline and cortisol and there is an associated decline in magnesium because it is used to counteract the “fight or flight” stress response of the body. As a studentContinue reading “The Stress Reliever: Mag-nificence CWR”