Chelsea Wewege: On Pointe Nutrition

Only twenty-five international students are admitted annually into the renowned Central School of Ballet in London. Hopefuls submit applications and audition tapes if they cannot try out in person. AIM-sponsored ballet dancer Chelsea Wewege of Durban, South Africa, was selected based solely on her video, a rare feat. She’s also won two scholarships to theContinue reading “Chelsea Wewege: On Pointe Nutrition”

A Dietary Approach to Reducing Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

There is strong evidence that the Western-pattern diet increases your risk of Alzheimer’s disease. When the Western diet became popular in Japan, the rate of Alzheimer’s rose from 1 to 7 percent in a little under twenty-five years. It is now estimated that every citizen of the United States has a 4 percent chance ofContinue reading “A Dietary Approach to Reducing Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease”

The Turnaround with BarleyLife

Shared by Elizabeth DeGroot, AIM Director in Sarnia, Ontario Elizabeth DeGroot suffered from abnormal bleeding for two years after giving birth to her son. “I had two dilation and curettage (D&C) surgical procedures done, but they didn’t work. Nothing seemed to work,” Elizabeth explained. “My gynecologist said he could give me medication, but it wouldContinue reading “The Turnaround with BarleyLife”

Our November AIM Athlete Update

The AIM-sponsored athletes travel the globe performing remarkable feats. The last few weeks have been awash with news of their latest achievements. We’d like to share them with you now. Prepared to me amazed. Anton Zafir Earns His Purple Belt So I was very honored and privileged to be awarded my purple belt this morning byContinue reading “Our November AIM Athlete Update”

AIM Helps End Twenty Years of Back Pain

  Shared by Samuel Wu, Group Builder in New York  I have had chronic back pain since I was fourteen. My doctor couldn’t figure out what was wrong, but according to the X-ray, my spine wasn’t straight and certain joints were out of alignment. I believe it was because of lack of sleep and heavyContinue reading “AIM Helps End Twenty Years of Back Pain”

3 New Reasons to Drink CoCoa LeafGreens

CoCoa LeafGreens is the green juice for people who don’t like green juices because it doesn’t taste like green juice. It still is, however, made from some of the healthiest green vegetables around: kale, arugula, Swiss chard, barley grass and broccoli sprouts. As an extra twist, we’ve added three types of cocoa powders to give thisContinue reading “3 New Reasons to Drink CoCoa LeafGreens”

Top 5 AIM Products for Relaxation!

We are constantly bombarded with non-stop information from televisions, computer screens, radios and our mobile phones. It’s enough to make you want to live on a deserted island in a shack made out of coconuts.  But most of us have families, duties, careers and loved ones that mean more to us then the possibility ofContinue reading “Top 5 AIM Products for Relaxation!”

Life Is Sweet

by Leré Robinson, Star Sapphire Director and Nutrition Consultant With the sugar frenzy in North America at the end of October, I thought it would be fitting to take a quick look at sugar, an addictive substance found in all man-made, processed foods. It’s in everything! The more you eat, the more you want! The average American consumes 48 teaspoons of sugarContinue reading “Life Is Sweet”

The Berry Best of CranVerry+

AIM did, of course, which is why CranVerry+ was made available to Members worldwide, and most recently available again in Canada. Many Members have made CranVerry+ a supplemental necessity. Its unique combination of cranberry extract, mangosteen extract, beta-glucanase and resveratrol is ideal for maintaining urinary tract health. But more and more research indicates there’s so much more to this little red berry than meets theContinue reading “The Berry Best of CranVerry+”

Alex Frisk: AIM-Sponsored Athlete

The AIM Companies is pleased to welcome aboard a newly sponsored athlete. Twenty-two-year-old Alexandra Frisk is a hockey goalie from Langley, British Columbia, and presently studying in Alberta at Red Deer College, where she plays for the RDC Queens ice hockey team. Among Alex’s many sport achievements, her most recent was being selected to play on the Canadian senior women’s inlineContinue reading “Alex Frisk: AIM-Sponsored Athlete”