An Angel on Earth

Shared by Denise P. DeVito, AIM Preferred Member in Stony Brook, New York About 15 years ago, I had a doctor’s appointment regarding my thyroid. I was on medication and gaining weight that I could not lose no matter how hard I tried. My physician told me everything was good. She also said that IContinue reading “An Angel on Earth”

HOW WELL DO YOU SLEEP?

The question of how well you sleep addresses not only the amount but the attributes of time spent in slumber. The aim for most adults is 7 to 8 uninterrupted hours, which takes in both quality and quantity of sleep. There’s a difference in sleep quality if you are regularly waking up during the night.Continue reading “HOW WELL DO YOU SLEEP?”

The Gale Riders

AIM Directors Kees and Darlene Vandermey are doing their part to make the world a better place from Elmira, Ontario. In doing so, they have set good examples along the way. As independent distributors of AIM products, the Vandermeys have been sharing nutrition that works for years, supporting the health of others as well asContinue reading “The Gale Riders”

The All-Seasons Garden Trio

For the majority of North American AIM Members, it’s the tail end of the harvest season. Autumn weather leads to a time when gardens lie fallow, ready to endure the cold of winter and the long wait until a spring sun gives the signal for new growth. That’s just the way it is season-wise. Farmer’sContinue reading “The All-Seasons Garden Trio”

4 Healthy Summer Tips

Summer’s the most light-hearted of seasons given the warmth, sunshine, blue skies, barbecues and vacations. It’s also an ideal time to keep taking steps in the direction of good health. 1. Keep MovingStaying active somehow seems easier to do in weather that allows you to spend more daylight hours outdoors. It doesn’t matter if you’reContinue reading “4 Healthy Summer Tips”

Staying Alkaline

One of the ways you maintain good health is by maintaining a slightly alkaline environment in your body. Acidity creates the ideal atmosphere for disease to flourish. The fact of the matter is that the life of all animals and plants depends on the acid-base balance. Determining alkalinity and acidity involves the measuring of pH:Continue reading “Staying Alkaline”

Traveling Safely

As the holiday season approaches, plans for visiting family and friends or taking a winter break are on the horizon. Of course, things are a bit different this year. Traveling in traditional ways has changed immeasurably in 2020’s pandemic. If you aren’t going to be behind the wheel yourself, you have to choose your modeContinue reading “Traveling Safely”

Going the Distance

Andre de Beer, AIM Preferred MemberBultfontein, Pretoria, South Africa I grew up in South Africa with an older brother and two younger sisters. Financially, times were tough. The first time in my life that I had three meals a day was when I joined the army. Although we battled, I was very blessed in sport andContinue reading “Going the Distance”

A Balanced Connection

Shared by Jan Baxter, Director, Waterloo, Ontario In mid-June during the COVID-19 pandemic, I spent some time at our cottage. After a day of kayaking and biking, I was reading on the couch when a frightening incident occurred with my vision. Some cloudiness suddenly appeared in the lower part of my left eye, making meContinue reading “A Balanced Connection”