Sugar, Sugar

Sugar is naturally present in the healthiest foods on earth: fruits and vegetables. It’s part of the nutritional mix that includes the essential nutrients and beneficial phytonutrients found in plants. That’s the key to the healthy side of sugar. Whether it is a natural part of the nutrition you ingest or it has been addedContinue reading Sugar, Sugar

Four Generations of Wellness

Shared by Lynn Roberts, AIM Director in Ruscom Station, Ontario AIM is a company of integrity attested to by my use of their products for 32 years. I give them credit in part for being able to do all the things I do at the young age of 76.I have been a Member of theContinue reading “Four Generations of Wellness”

AIM for a High-Fiber Intake

Everything old is new again, including theories on the benefits of fiber. In 2019, The Lancet revisited the 1969 hypothesis of Denis Burkitt, aka Fiber Man: modern health issues are related to low-fiber intakes.Burkitt recommended at least 50 grams of fiber daily based on his experiences in Africa, where he treated middle-aged Ugandans who consumedContinue reading “AIM for a High-Fiber Intake”

Plant-Based Blood Pressure

People would not be wrong in saying that they consume a lot of plant-based food when they choose refined grains, fruit juices and potato chips as part of their regular nutritional intake. All three “foods” originally came from plant sources. But each has been modified into processed food. Beneficial nutrients such as fiber, vitamins andContinue reading “Plant-Based Blood Pressure”

For Healthy Lunches

    by Leré Robinson, Star Sapphire Director and Nutrition Consultant This month I want to share some helpful information about healthy lunches, which not only apply to children but also to those who work and desire to pack a nutritious lunch. Today, so many kids eat unhealthy lunches, yet parents still expect their children’s brains to function properly. In their book,Continue reading “For Healthy Lunches”

A High-Fiber Diet May Lower Risk of Breast Cancer

There’s been a real bulk of fiber news these past few weeks. It’s been linked to a healthier gut, a lower risk of lung disease, fewer Crohn’s disease flare ups, and it has also been found to help with weight loss for the umpteenth time. The latest study discovered that women who ate more high-fiber foods duringContinue reading “A High-Fiber Diet May Lower Risk of Breast Cancer”

3 Exciting New Discoveries About Omega-3 You Need to Know

There are a lot of fats in this world, and they get a bad rap.  Even the word “fat” has a lot negative connotations hanging from it like so much unwanted adipose tissue. But fats can be a good thing. For starters, you need fat in your diet because it helps the body produce energy, build cellContinue reading “3 Exciting New Discoveries About Omega-3 You Need to Know”

Natural AIM Nutrition for Families

Seeking an all-natural source for nutrition, Directors David and Miriam Borkholder from Kalona, Iowa, turned to AIM whole-food products like AIM BarleyLife® and the AIM Garden Trio®. And through consistent use and a strong belief in whole-food nutrition, they got the results they wanted … and more. “I always liked the idea of having animals out on the grass in a naturalContinue reading “Natural AIM Nutrition for Families”

AIM Restores Health

No more pain, no more problems—Cathlene Blanton, AIM Director, had yearned for this relief. Facing the prospect of her seventeenth surgery, this one for neck pain and bulging discs, Cathlene tried AIM Magnificence™ magnesium. Within days, she could feel the magnesium working on a cellular level in her body. Two weeks later, her surgery was canceled, and her neck problems vanished. “When the doctorsContinue reading “AIM Restores Health”

Staying Healthy on Vacation

Traveling has always been one of Donna Eilertsen’s priorities in life. “Basically, I worked hard all my life so that I could afford to travel,” she admitted. “Otherwise, I would have earned just enough to live simply and stay home.” Home is Vancouver, British Columbia, where Donna has lived for over fifty-three years. During those years, she journeyed to her desired destinations all over the worldContinue reading “Staying Healthy on Vacation”