The World Is Big Enough for Two AIM Beet Products

The world really is big enough for two beet products made by The AIM Companies™. Red Rush and RediBeets are different enough that each one can inhabit its own niche without much overlap. On a daily basis, you could drink both products. The only side effect would be increased nutrition and nitric oxide levels, lower blood pressure, and more trips to the bathroom. However, let’s say, for the sake of argument, that you could only choose one. Which one should you choose? And why?

No one can answer that question but you. Each product has its own set of strengths and applications that can be tailored to meet specific needs. You first have to decide what your needs are and then choose which beet drink best suits them.

Nitric Oxide: If you want to choose a beet drink for the sole purpose of replenishing your nitric oxide levels, then Red Rush is your go-to drink. Red Rush’s specialty is the high amount of vegetable nitrate that gets converted into nitric oxide. (NO) However, if you’re not NO deficient and simply want to maintain your current NO levels, then drinking RediBeets will work just fine. Another suggestion for the athletes out there is to drink Red Rush on heavy training days and before events, but supplement RediBeets during your off days. You’ll be able to keep your nitric oxide levels up even when you don’t need the full boost Red Rush provides.

Price: It takes seven servings of RediBeets to equal the nitrate found in Red Rush, but seven servings of RediBeets is still slightly cheaper than one Red Rush. If you’re young or someone older who eats arugula daily and is teeming with nitric oxide and living on a budget, then you may not need Red Rush. RediBeets is an affordable way for a non-athlete to supplement with beets.

Taste: If you can’t stand the way beets taste, then try Red Rush for a different flavor.

Diet: If you’re trying to lose weight, then one serving of RediBeets has only fifteen calories. Red Rush packs one hundred.

Convenience: If you’re an athlete on the go, then Red Rush can provide you with the nitric oxide boost you need to naturally enhance performance. No need for measuring. No need to carry spoons or cups. No need to find a water source. Just open, drink and enjoy.

Enzymes: Red Rush is a juice that has been heated during processing and, therefore, does not contain the enzymes that RediBeets does. If you’re an enzyme enjoyer, RediBeets is your beverage.

The best thing to do is to test yourself with the Berkeley Nitric Oxide Test strips and see where you’re at. If your NO levels are depleted, Red Rush can quickly boost them. If you’re nitric oxide levels are at an acceptable level, then RediBeets is a cost-effective way to maintain. Red Rush is for depleted nitric oxide levels, high blood pressure, and feats of athleticism. RediBeets is for daily maintenance, enzymatic nutrition, and calorie-restrictive diets. It’s not RediBeets vs. Red Rush. It’s which beet product serves your specific needs best.

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The AIM Companies is a network marketing company that has been in business since 1982. They offer whole-food powder concentrates and nutritional supplements including RediBeets and Red Rush.

The Great Wheelbarrow Race

Shared by Nikola Wilkie, AIM Star Sapphire Director

From Chillagoe to Mareeba it’s 139 km and in those parts of Queensland, Australia, it doesn’t rain too often but it did the day before The Great Wheelbarrow Race, an annual fundraiser. Leading out from Chillagoe a long stretch of the road is not sealed and 42 teams of runners negotiated the mud with wheelbarrow in hand for almost a full day.  There’s nothing actually in the wheelbarrow but it’s being pushed for a good cause.  There usually is a good cause behind an insane act like this pushing an empty wheelbarrow for three days.

Over 400 participants pushed to raise money for their chosen charity.  At the end of a hard run of at least a 35 km most went to sleep in their swag on the ground, thankfully there was a clear sky.

I’m not that crazy as to run behind a barrow but I was there to support my team of ten by working on their bodies to keep them able for the next day’s run.  A Recovery Team of six worked on bodies for 6-8 hours using Australian muscle-releasing techniques Bowen and Emmett.  Putting tired feet in a bath of AIM CWR was the first relief, and rubbing AIM Mag-nificence magnesium lotion into legs was very welcome.

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Our team were well backed with AIM products.  On board the bus the runners were primed with Red Rush nitric oxide boost at the beginning of the day and kept going with Peak Endurance.  Taylor, my son, was the source of encouragement.  Through his training he knows how valuable the products are for everyone wanting stamina.

The task is to run just 10-15 seconds pushing the wheelbarrow, the driver of the bus toots the horn at the command of the timer, the next runner jumps out of the moving vehicle and takes over pushing.  Of course it is in the teams best interest to keep that barrow moving but taking control of a moving barrow is no easy feat. The first runner then jumps back on board the still moving vehicle and finds a seat whilst the next runner lines up to jump out.

Thanks to AIM Australia’s contribution to us we were able to raise over $2,000 for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

NOTE: Nikola has worked as a naturopath in Cairns for over twenty years.

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Can’t Be Beet

Eating beets has always been considered a healthy dietary factor. These days, it seems that there’s a lot of information floating around out there in regard to the health benefits of beet juice. Here are some the things that have been written about this juice:

  • Beet juice provides incredible cardiovascular benefits that improve active function
  • Benefits of beet juice exceed expectations
  • Daily intake of beet juice promotes brain health in older adults
  • Beet juice lowers blood pressure
  • Beet juice boosts athletic performance by up to 16 percent

In 2014, AIM introduced Red Rush, a beet juice concentrate that delivers a nitric oxide boost, and twenty years ago AIM introduced the beet juice powder of RediBeets, so in a way, AIM has been ahead of its time and deserves its place on top of the nutritional ladder.

The concentrated nutrition from beet juice powder has numerous health benefits. Beet nutrients, such as betaine, help to cleanse your liver, the hard-working organ that filters and neutralizes any toxins that enter your body.

For your cardiovascular health, researchers have determined that along with improving circulation and lowering blood pressure, beet juice helps you do physical activities with less effort by allowing your muscles to function with smaller amounts of oxygen. No matter what your age, you won’t be as breathless when physically active if you drink beet juice.

The word is out. Beets are in. For your overall health, make RediBeets a part of your nutritional intake. And boost your nitric oxide levels even more with Red Rush. Whatever you can do to ensure your body gets an optimal amount of necessary nutrients on a daily basis will help to maintain good health and prevent ailments.

Since 1982, The AIM Companies has been promoting health and providing a business opportunity with whole-food powder concentrates and nutritional supplements.

Prepare or Repair!

A comment from AIM-sponsored athlete and oldest competing IronMan Lew Hollander:

A few thoughts on The AIM Companies’ products. I really love all of them. They are well thought out, and well presented.

For health and long life my motto is: PREPARE or REPAIR. Now that sounds simple enough, but most people do not prepare for old age. What does the health world tell you? To diet and exercise. For one’s diet it is fruits, nuts and vegetables. Now AIM has it all in an excellent grouping of products: BarleyLife, CoCoa LeafGreens and ProPeas.

CalciAIM is well designed, especially for athletes. You want 3 to 1 calcium to magnesium (386 to 104) so you are about right. NOW where you really have something is Red Rush nitric oxide boost. It is my favorite AIM product because it has beet nitrate that the body converts to NO (nitric oxide), one of the most important molecules in the functioning human body. It was molecule of the year. It assists in the Krebs cycle, which is a series of chemical reactions used by all aerobic organisms to release stored energy. This will improve brain function, sex life, improve longevity and energy levels.

My personal routine is to mix all the above every morning with orange juice and pomegranate, ½ and ½ in a big glass. Now I am pretty well covered for the day, so I can eat whatever I want and not worry about getting my veggies.

What you do between ages 30-40, will determine what you will be able to do at 80-90 and beyond, I hope. Prepare or repair.

— Lew Hollander

Red Rush for a Positive NO!

Out of breath?

Out of shape?

You need a nitric oxide boost in a bottle.

Red Rush is available in a 12-pack—that’s a dozen single shots of potent pick-me-up performance. The juice of five—count ’em—beets in each 74 ml shot of Red Rush provides 500 mg of vegetable nitrate.

Your body changes nitrate into nitric oxide or NO for short. But that’s a positive NO. Look at what happens to your body when you say YES to NO:

NO  Elevates your physical performance

NO  Boosts your circulation

NO  Maximizes your oxygen utilization

NO  Relaxes your smooth muscle

NO  Enhances your muscle performance

Feel the Red Rush difference in your own physical endurance.

You’ll be energetically pleased!

Red Rush Athlete: Sam Durrant, A Double, Triple-Threat

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Hailing from Tauranga, New Zealand, Samb Durrant is a double, triple-threat. He’s a triathlete (running, cycling and swimming) and a multi-sporter—a rugged sport similar to triathlon, a combination of running, cycling and kayaking. In high school, Sam was a lifeguard and strong swimmer and biked a lot with his dad, so he decided to give triathlon a try. It was difficult, but he kept at it and is still at it.

His training involves lots of mountain bike sessions at Woodland Mountain Biking Park. He also prepares for runs by simulating the type of race—trail, road, etc.—he’s competing in.

Last year, Sam won the 2016 ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships. The event
was a combination of a 1.5k swim, a 30k mountain bike race and a 10k offroad run. Strong in all three events but an especially adept swimmer, Sam found
himself trailing a single German competitor by the time he hopped onto his bike. About a third of the way through the cycling course, Sam pushed into first place and held that lead all the way until the end. He won by 25 seconds.

“My strategy was simple,” Sam said. “Use my swim strength to my advantage and get as close to the front as I could before going into the mountain bike. The course was technical, so it was hard for people to pass each other. I just tried to stay on my bike and make it through in one piece then hold on for the run! It all went to plan and paid off!” “I used Red Rush for the race and training. It really helped my recovery from hard sessions and allowed me to get the most out of my practice.”

Sam will train and improve and expects to race at the pro level in the next couple of seasons and will defend his world title this year in Canada.

Arterial Stiffness: Your Greatest Indicator of Cognitive Decline

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Blood pressure, blood pressure, blood pressure. Commercials, those doctor TV shows, those TV doctor shows, friends, family, real-life doctors, labels on health foods, they are all obsessed with blood pressure. That’s not to say that blood pressure isn’t important (it very much is), but our constant singular focus on blood pressure might cause us to overlook an equally important underlying factor: arterial stiffness.

Arterial stiffness is caused by the aging process and arteriosclerosis. It is dangerous because it forces your heart to beat harder in order to pass blood through stiff, unresponsive veins. As arteries become more rigid, demands on the heart increase, eventually damaging it.

That’s not the only bad that can come from inflexible arteries. A study published in Hypertension found that arterial stiffness was a better indicator of future cognitive decline in healthy people than high blood pressure was. Hypertension has been previously linked to mild cognitive decline and dementia, but by assessing the veins of nearly 600 healthy adults, the researchers were better able to predict which ones were at the greatest risk of developing cognitive decline. Unsurprisingly, those who suffered from both arterial stiffness and high blood pressure were at the greatest risk but that the danger might be more from their adamant arteries.

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“Our study suggests that cognition in hypertensive individuals is more likely related to the underlying functional changes in the arterial structure, rather than simply to the blood pressure level”, adds Hajjar.
What Can Be Done About Arterial Stiffness?

It can be summed up in the two words that nobody likes to hear: Diet and exercise.

Add Red Rush Beet Juice To A Healthy Diet

The cool thing about beet juice is that it slides right into a DASH (Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension). Additionally, a study published in Clinical Nutrition Research found that high doses of dietary nitrate (the active ingredient in Red Rush) reduced post-meal arterial stiffness by almost 7 percent and systolic blood pressure by 5.9 mmHg. It improved the baseline indexes of both as well.

And Red Rush Can Help You Exercise!

Exercise has been shown in several studies to improve the health of your veins. There is even evidence that exercise can restore proper vein functioning in formerly sedentary people and/or older adults. Dietary nitrate makes exercise about 10% easier. (Wider, flexible veins boost performance by almost all accounts). This means that Red Rush will not only assist you diet-wise, it can also be employed to give you a kick-start in the exercise department as well.