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.

AIM Nutrition for Men over Forty

It is safe to say that nutrition plays a major part of a guy’s health, especially when he reaches his forties. Even though he may still feel immortal, a fellow needs the nutrients that will healthily double his age. AIM nutrition goes the distance in helping him make it to the age of eighty and beyond in good health.

Starting with vegetable juice powders, a guy can’t go wrong by supplementing his plant intake with the AIM Garden Trio which consists of BarleyLife, Just Carrots and RediBeets whole-food powder concentrates. The Trio is especially helpful for picky eaters. It bears repeating: Eat your vegetables! And if you don’t eat enough vegetables, drink them!

The juiced barley grass in AIM BarleyLife® powder combined with carrot and beet juice powders in AIM Carrots® and AIM RediBeets® arm a guy with a nutritional arsenal that rebuilds, repairs, and maintains his body in natural way.

From-the-earth vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, enzymes and other plant nutrients make it easy for his to absorb this natural nutrition and use it to keep him kicking as the years go by.

The truth is that a man at any age—young or mature—benefits from the Garden Trio. It’s just that when a guy reaches the age of forty, this trio can help to keep him youthful.

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

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.

RediBeets Being Tested in Clinical Trials

Clare Zamzow, PhD candidate at Boise State University in Boise, Idaho, is using AIM’s RediBeets in an upcoming clinical trial at the college’s Human Performance Lab. The trial will test the effects of dietary nitrate on trained athletes during wingate trials.

A wingate trial, for those unfamiliar, is similar to riding a stationary bicycle. The experience, however, is much, much different. Prior to the test, the wingate is adjusted to a rider’s body weight. The participant hops on the apparatus and pedals, warming up for thirty seconds. At that point, the test subject is asked to pedal as hard and as fast as he or she can, but then the resistance—which is based on body weight—kicks in. It suddenly feels like you’re running through thick mud, each revolution of the pedal becoming slower and more cumbersome. A thirty-second trial becomes an eternity, a sixty-second trial, a nightmare.

Although the test is unpleasant for the participants, it’s a great way to measure maximum endurance and power output in a short amount of time. Each participant in the study is asked to participate twice in this study, once after drinking RediBeets and once after using a placebo drink. Then at the end of the study, Zamzow will compare the two time trials and look for significant statistical patterns in the data. Participants are also asked to test their dietary nitrate levels with Berkeley Test® Strips.

The AIM Companies™ has provided the RediBeets to the clinical trial. We are excited by the prospect of having our product used in advancement of science. The majority of studies on beet juice have shown positive results, i.e., beet juice improves athletic performance.

One other item of note: Red Rush was disallowed due to the concern that Red Rush’s great-tasting cherries and lemons could somehow interfere with the data collection. However, the results will still be applicable to Red Rush.

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results that everyone can achieve.

NOTE: Since 1982, The AIM Companies™ (AIM) has been promoting health and providing economic opportunity with an unparalleled product line and a rewarding compensation plan. As a leader in the health and nutrition industry, AIM has pioneered green juice drinks and an assortment of whole-food concentrates while maintaining a consistent income source for its Member distributors.

Kosher-certified Nutritional Products

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The AIM Companies™ (AIM) is proud to announce that several of our nutritional products will be certified kosher by OK Kosher Certification. Those who practice the Jewish faith can rest easy when purchasing and consuming AIM products. Furthermore, kosher food laws set a high bar in terms of cleanliness, purity and quality. This is just another example of AIM’s dedication to providing the best, unadulterated products on the market. Our certified kosher products will be denoted with a sticker initially, but the kosher symbol will soon be added to the labels.

AIM BarleyLife, Just Carrots and RediBeets wholefood powder concentrates are now kosher-certified in the United States. They will soon be certified in our international markets as well. Watch for the OK symbol.

Alex Frisk in the Net!

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AIM nutrition powered AIM-sponsored Athlete Alex Frisk through academic and athletic demands at Red Deer College during the fall of 2016.

“The term was awesome! I found it easier to be awake all day in terms of energy,” Alex stated. “Even staying after class to study in the library after getting through a day of studying. Not taking naps at all. And the best grades I’ve gotten yet.”

Alex’s knee injury that she received while playing on a men’s roller hockey team in July 2016 hasn’t held her back on the ice. As one of three goalies on the Red Deer College Queens, Alex helped her team to reach first place in the league. Highlights of the fall include being in net for the first annual Pink in the Rink fundraiser in support of women’s cancer. “My parents were there to watch me play,” Alex said. And in the game that put her team in first place, Alex had a shutout, blocking twenty-three shots on net.

In April, Alex will participate in the trials for a spot on Team Canada’s roller hockey team. And in May, she is getting married, so 2017 is shaping up to be an incredible year for this talented young woman.

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The Good-News Folate Update

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If you’re a folate fan,–and I mean how could you not be?–then the news has been awash with goodness.  Two studies have been released that suggest folate plays a larger role in overall health than we once believed.

But first some context!

Folate is a B vitamin (B9) commonly found in vegetables like barley grass and beets. Synthetic folate or folic acid is added to bread goods and other foods because its presence helps lower the risk of some birth defects. Folate also plays an important role in cell division and the production of genetic materials.

With all that in mind, it should come as little shock to learn that folate may also slow chronic kidney disease progression. A Chinese study published in JAMA Internal Medicine revealed that test subjects who supplemented with folic acid in addition to their blood pressure medication saw a 21% decrease in the odds of their chronic kidney disease outcome when compared to subjects just taking blood pressure medication.

The study also found that folks with CKD at baseline reduced their risk of disease progression by 56%, were 33% less likely to see a rapid decline in renal function and were 44% less likely to experience a slower decline in renal function when supplementing with folic acid.  The study looked at over 15,000 hypertensives.

Also in the news, a study hailing from South Korea and published in Cancer Research has found that a diet high in folate may reduce the risk of gastric cancer. Test subjects with a  high-folate diet were 30% less likely to be diagnosed with the disease. The scientists also discovered that a diet low in folate actually increased the gastric cancer risk of people who possess certain single nucleotide polymorphisms but increasing dietary folate could mitigate those risks.