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”

Fiber vs Diabetes

In 2010, the number of Americans who suffered from diabetes was 26 million. Now health experts believe that number may be nearing thirty million. A whopping 86 million—that’s one third of the US population!—have a condition known as prediabetes, higher than normal blood sugar but not high enough to be classified as fullon type 2 diabetes. Prediabetics will likely develop diabetes if they doContinue reading “Fiber vs Diabetes”

The AIM Direction

Shared by Carol Campbell, AIM Director in Beaverton, Ontario The day I walked into my doctor’s office after a routine mammogram sixteen years ago, I never thought I would hear her say, “You have breast cancer,” but she did. What a shock as I had been relatively healthy all of my life. That was the start of my journey to regain my health. The doctor sentContinue reading “The AIM Direction”

AIMing For Better Health

In November 2007, Gil Quintana was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. It was a family affair: his two sisters were battling the same disease, and he lost his mother to diabetes after caring for her for ten years. Having a parent or sibling with type 2 diabetes can give you a genetic predisposition for this disease. LifestyleContinue reading “AIMing For Better Health”