AIM Business Passed Down to Granddaughter…

…but she made Director on her own.  AIM Director Tiki McIntyre of New Orleans has been drinking AIM’s green barley powder since she was a little kid. “I started taking it regularly about twenty-two years ago, but my father, Patrick Ryan, originally introduced me to it as a small child. He was always into fitness and health. He was an AIMContinue reading “AIM Business Passed Down to Granddaughter…”

Relief from Urinary Tract Infections

Shared by Rosie Reichert, AIM Preferred Member, San Antonio, Texas I suffered for over fifteen years with symptoms of urinary tract infections (UTIs). Having been diagnosed with fibromyalgia as well, the years were filled with discomfort whenever I had to urinate and severe pain in my back, legs, pelvis, and kidneys. It was difficult for me to walk or physically do muchContinue reading “Relief from Urinary Tract Infections”

It’s Easy Being Green

In the world of plants, the color of life is green. It’s a healthy hue due to the chlorophyll that is the lifeblood of our planet’s vegetation. This greenery produces the oxygen in the air that we breathe and provides a nutritious food source that can keep us healthy. AIM makes it easy to go internally green with a healthy variety ofContinue reading “It’s Easy Being Green”

Go Alkaline with AIM

There are several reasons to switch to an alkaline diet. Studies have indicated that it may promote strong bones and muscles and could boost cognitive functioning and improve memory. Additionally, research indicates that it could play a role in preventing kidney stones, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and stroke. It’s a good, all-around healthy diet. However, the main thing we demand from our dietsContinue reading “Go Alkaline with AIM”

CoCoa Flavanols Linked to Healthy Veins

If you’re into beet juice–like AIM’s Red Rush or RediBeets–then you probably already know the value of healthy veins.  The endothelial lining of your veins is where dietary-nitrate derived nitric oxide–now thought to be as fundamental to respiration as oxygen and carbon dioxide–is produced. It’s a vasodilator, helping blood flow easily throughout the body and loweringContinue reading “CoCoa Flavanols Linked to Healthy Veins”

AIM Products and Whole Body Nutrition: A Brief Overview

Whole Body Nutrition Food choices are the most important element of a healthy lifestyle.  A diet rich in whole-foods, in fresh foods, in real foods can impact our lives more than almost anything else. The problem is, most of us are eating processed foods, sweetened foods or foods loaded with artificial flavors and chemicals. ItContinue reading “AIM Products and Whole Body Nutrition: A Brief Overview”

A Shiitake Mushroom a Day May Keep the Doctor Away

If you recall your Super Mario Brothers video game, Mario, a plumber, and his brother, Luigi, (also in the plumbing profession) grew stronger and bigger whenever they ate red and yellow mushrooms  hidden inside bricks that they headbutted apart. Although that sounds like the most insane thing ever–video game logic skews towards absurdity–there is a nugget ofContinue reading “A Shiitake Mushroom a Day May Keep the Doctor Away”

Vitamin A: What It Can Do For You

Vitamin A kicks off the alphabet of vitaminery with a bang. If you’re a carrot (203% of vitamin A per serving) fan, you know that vitamin A is the good-vision vitamin. That’s because it helps protect the cornea and has been linked to preventing, impairing or reducing several eye-related health concerns: dry eye, superior limbicContinue reading “Vitamin A: What It Can Do For You”

A Healthy Diet a Day May Keep COPD at Bay

Recently, they did a study that found beet juice may be able to help people who suffer COPD increase their ability to exercise.  In the lab trials, those who imbibed beetroot juice saw a significant increase in mobility.However, it turns out that beet juice is just the tip of the food pyramid when it comes to COPD.Continue reading “A Healthy Diet a Day May Keep COPD at Bay”

The CalciAIM Essentials

CalciAIM contains calcium lactate, calcium gluconate and calcium carbonate. •Calcium lactate is a soluble form of calcium that is bioavailable throughout the entire digestive tract. •Calcium gluconate is a highly soluble form of calcium that inhibits kidney stone formation and stimulates bifidobacteria in the intestine, which enhances the absorption of calcium. •Calcium carbonate has beenContinue reading “The CalciAIM Essentials”