Healthy, Happy and Very Active

Shared by Whitey Johnson, AIM Group Builder

I was introduced to AIM’s barley grass powder by Carolyn and Jim Kling, Chairman’s Club Directors. They told me that it was quickly assimilated by the body. At that time, I was taking a bunch of vitamins and minerals, but I didn’t feel well. Right away these supplemental greens made a difference, and I felt better. It wasn’t an instant high; I just felt better. So I really got excited about it. That was about eighteen years ago now. It started out as a supplement. Now it’s an investment.

Before being introduced to AIM, my health wasn’t good. Our family had a history of disease. Dad died early of cancer, mom had Parkinson’s and there was diabetes and a whole bunch of other issues too. So I wasn’t doing well at all. I ate and drank all the bad stuff. My wife Brenita and I started changing our diets. If you put the right fuel in your body, you start feeling a healthy difference.

Then I found out about the Garden Trio. I take it in the morning, followed by two more servings of BarleyLife during the day. It helps with everything. I also learned about Herbal Fiberblend: it cleans out the plumbing so that nutrients can get through the intestinal wall. That stuff is really amazing.

I also take Proancynol 2000, CellSparc 360, GinkgoSense, ReAssure SP and AIMega daily.

As for my career, I started in construction when I was seventeen and worked as a general contractor building custom and high-end homes. Anyway, I began having a little problem with my memory. In carpentry and construction, you have got to remember numbers. I didn’t want to write them down, but I was having trouble remembering them well in my head.

GinkgoSense made a big difference. It started clearing things up in my head. My memory just kind of improved and excelled. It even helps when you’re driving. If your memory is working well, it helps with everything.

I started on ReAssure SP because I had an issue there, and it really helped me. All my tests are good and no prostate cancer.

So I’m healthy, happy and very active at the age of eighty-seven. You can better help your community and family if you have good health. You can function better, and our goal is to keep improving. By the way, we are very pleased with AIM’s service as the products get to us very quickly. We’re so thankful for The AIM Companies™.

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve.


Since 1982, The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

5 Nutritional Strategies for Dry Skin


Not only is the wintertime cold, but it is also dry. This is because cold air holds less water, making it drier. A parched, arctic environment can wreak havoc on the skin, causing an array of discomforts: itching, pain, outbreaks of eczema and psoriasis and, of course, the dreaded dry eyes.  Faithful applications of lotion and moisturizer and fewer showers may help, and there are some dietary approaches as well.

1.Make Sure You’re Not Vitamin Deficient

True vitamin deficiencies are rare in the developed world as we are more likely to be simply insufficient. However, it would be wise to make sure you’re getting adequate amounts of vitamin A, iodine and riboflavin (B2). Deficiencies in these vitamins can cause dry skin as well as other, greater problems.

Related Products: BarleyLife Xtra, BarleyLife, Just Carrots and Peak Endurance

2.Omega-3 Fatty Acids

There is no better nutrition for your skin than omega fatty acids. It’s possible that they can be useful for almost any skin problem, including wrinkles.  They play a key role in the upkeep of the cell membrane which lets the good stuff into the cell and throws the bad stuff out. A well functioning cell membrane also helps to prevent cellular dehydration.

Related Products: AIMega, CellSparc 360

3.Vitamin C 

You may be taking vitamin C to prevent colds during the winter, but mighty vitamin C might help with dry skin, too. Vitamin C is a boon for the skin overall, and a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found evidence that vitamin C may relieve skin dryness.

Related Products: BarleyLife Xtra, Peak Endurance, CalicAIM

4. Zinc 

One of the symptoms of zinc deficiency is rough, dry skin, but zinc plays such a large role in skincare that it deserves its own bullet point. Many use zinc for acne, eczema and to ward off wrinkles. It provides general antioxidant protection for your skin and plays a big part in the stabilization of the cell membrane, an important component of cell hydration.

Related Products: CalciAIM, ReAssure SP

5. Probiotics 

Believe it or not, the bacteria in your gut can affect the quality of your skin. A belly full of healthy bacteria reduces inflammation. There is good evidence that unchecked inflammation empowers skin problems like acne, eczema and psoriasis. Probiotics assist the skin’s barrier function and helps your skin hold onto more moisture.

Related Products: FloraFood

Cold Season? Protect Yourself with Zinc


The long, dreary winter months are often punctuated by long, dreary colds.You try and avoid illness by keeping your hands clean and by stocking up on vitamin C, but still you still somehow wind up ill.

You should try taking zinc. Zinc, of course, is an essential mineral that can only be obtained through diet. Zinc has been known to help with prostate, vision, reproductive and intestinal health, and it has also been found to boost the immune system.

The Cochrane Review  evaluated 15 scientific studies that had collected data from over 1,300 test subjects. The review determined that zinc consumption seemed to reduce the duration and severity of the common cold. People who took zinc were also less likely to get colds in the first place.

Although most people get adequate zinc from their diets. Those over the age of sixty might not be getting enough. According to the NHANES III data “35%–45% of adults aged 60 years or older had zinc intakes below the estimated average requirement.”

Because prostate issues become more likely with age, ReAssure SP might be the best supplement you can buy if you’re over the age of sixty. It contains 15 mg of zinc per capsule (100% RDA) as well as lycopene, saw palmetto extract and pumpkin seed oil, everything you need to ward off colds and stave off prostate issues.

Lycopene May Preserve Post-Menopausal Bone Density



On several dozen occasions, lycopene, our tomato-based friend, has been linked to prostate health and prostate protection in men. And that’s great. Men are grateful to grapefruit, glad for guavas and thankful to tomatoes because of all that beneficial prostate-protecting nutrition they provide.

But just because lycopene is closely associated with men’s health doesn’t mean women can’t benefit from the antioxidant properties of the wonderful carotenoid.

In a recent rat study published in Bone, researchers looked at two groups of female rats without ovaries. One group was given a lycopene supplement while the other rats were not. Those rats that received lycopene had greater bone density than the control group. The lycopene-fed rats also had more estrogen and sex hormones. Researchers believe that these benefits may be due to lycopene’s antioxidant benefits. A 2014 study out of Japan found similar results in regards to bone density.

Lycopene hasn’t been tested on human bone density yet, but you can still enjoy its antioxidant properties. You’ll find lycopene in AIM’s ReAssure SP and Proancynol 2000.

NATURAL Options to Protect Your Prostate

Natural Options

You can overcome the symptoms of an enlarged prostate—naturally, safely, and effectively.

Natural options exist for combating the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), commonly referred to as an enlarged prostate. These symptoms may include frequent urination, weak flow, and difficulty urinating. Some estimates say that 50 percent of all men will have these BPH symptoms by age fifty. The percentage rises to 80 percent by age sixty.

Though the likelihood of having BPH symptoms is high, control remains in your hands. Diet, exercise, and natural supplements can relieve symptoms, and in some cases, they can do so as effectively as prescription drugs.

The most popular and widely used natural treatment for prostate health is saw palmetto. The extract of this plant suppresses the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), an overproduction of which has been linked to enlargement of the prostate. The Journal of the American Medical Association reported that 320 milligrams of saw palmetto can reduce urinary symptoms as effectively as prescription drugs. Saw palmetto has been the subject of a number of other studies as well, many pointing to its effect as a safe alternative for managing BPH symptoms.

Another way to take action against an enlarged prostate is to consume a diet that promotes prostate health. Eat more fruits, vegetables, legumes, and fish, and eat less saturated fat.

In addition, foods that are high in zinc, like pumpkin seeds, may be beneficial as it is believed that zinc is required for the prostate to function properly. Foods rich in lycopene, such as cooked tomatoes, may have prostate benefits, too, as studies suggest lycopene lowers the risk of prostate cancer.

AIM ReAssure® SP contains the recommended effective amount of 320 milligrams of saw palmetto per two-capsule serving. The saw palmetto extract in ReAssure comes from the berry oil of the saw palmetto tree and is a more effective source than the commonly used saw palmetto powder. ReAssure also boasts pumpkin seed oil, zinc citrate, and lycopene (tomato) in its synergistic blend.

When you find yourself facing down the effects of an enlarged prostate, take heart that natural, effective remedies exist. Take ReAssure for your prostate health needs. In fact, start early and practice prevention.