The Question of Digestion

In January 2008, a report was published with the ominous title, “The Burden of Digestive Diseases in the United States.” It’s not an easy or pleasant read: gastrointestinal infections, digestive cancers, gastroesophageal reflux disease, inflammatory bowel disease, etc. Since its publication eleven years ago, the burden seems to have grown heavier. And it’s no longer justContinue reading “The Question of Digestion”

LeafGreens and RediBeets for Liver Health

As part of your body’s digestive system, the liver is a triangle-shaped organ weighing around three pounds but plays a weighty role in the health of your body. Your liver is involved in over 500 functions, including bile production for digestion, detoxification and carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. One of the liver’s primary functions isContinue reading “LeafGreens and RediBeets for Liver Health”

FloraFood and PrepZymes: Stronger Apart

Even though AIM provides products that can be taken with most others, two AIM products really don’t get along. Like two talented people who cannot work together but individually produce excellent work, AIM FloraFood® and AIM PrepZymes® must be kept separated to be mutually effective. Both work wonders for your digestive and immune systems, supporting overall good health.Continue reading “FloraFood and PrepZymes: Stronger Apart”

Health and Happiness with AIM

By Emily Liu (Translated by Dr. Yu-Shiaw Chen) I hope people can benefit by reading my testimonial. I live in the small, quiet town of Hillsborough, New Jersey. Twenty years ago, my friend introduced me to AIM’s green barley powder, and I haven’t gone a day without it since. Before becoming an AIM Member, I usually had a sore throat or an infection of some kind.Continue reading “Health and Happiness with AIM”

AIM Products and Digestion

The Digestive System The main function of the digestive system is to break down food into smaller bits so that the nutrients can be absorbed by the body and converted into energy.  Its secondary role is to remove the waste leftover from the conversion process. Fiber The average person gets only 15 grams of fiberContinue reading “AIM Products and Digestion”