Healthy Results with AIM

Shared by AIM Member David Lentz I was diagnosed with heart arrythmia at age 55. My cardiologist put me on a low-dose beta-blocker. Then he suggested I take a blood thinner as well. I didn’t want to do that, so he told me to take a daily aspirin instead. I followed his advice for aContinue reading “Healthy Results with AIM”

Your Heart Healthy AIM

Life is just a heartbeat away. By giving your heart the right nutrition to remain strong, the beat goes on. AIM’s natural health products can help to deliver supplemental support. Decades of research into the onset and progression of heart conditions and other diseases has lead to the recognition of chronic inflammation as a commonContinue reading “Your Heart Healthy AIM”

Great Garlic

Depending on your perspective, garlic can be a welcome addition to nutrition or a to-be-avoided-at-all-costs odoriferous mess. Vampires would definitely have negative opinions about this stand-alone herb, but, then again, you don’t have to be a bloodthirsty monster to dislike garlic. Then again . . . there is an interesting connection between garlic and theContinue reading “Great Garlic”

The Miraculous Heart

The human body is an amazing creation of cells, tissue and organs, making up a variety of systems that operate independently over a lifetime. The cardiovascular system could be thought of as ground zero when it comes to inner physical activity of the body. And the hardest working organ in the “life” business is theContinue reading “The Miraculous Heart”

Heart Help

As the hardest working organ in the body, the heart deserves all the help it can get. Yet so many people go through life doing things that give their hearts a hard time: poor diet, lack of exercise, stressful thoughts, just to name a few of the hard-hearted things they may do. On top ofContinue reading “Heart Help”

Cocoa Flavanols Linked to Vascular Health, Again

Back in October, researchers published a study in the British Journal of Nutrition that linked cocoa flavanols to lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol levels and overall cardiovascular health.  But that wasn’t the first study to connect cocoa to healthy veins. A 2006 study in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology found that cocoa flavanols may help peopleContinue reading “Cocoa Flavanols Linked to Vascular Health, Again”

Young Adults Who Eat Their Fruits and Vegetables Have Fewer Heart Problems Later

The current crop of youthful people, the “Millennials” –those born between 1982 and 2001–are one of the biggest emerging markets in the world. Forbes magazine reports that they prefer cheap and convenient food with the caveat that they are also willing to pay for healthy food and will even go out of their way toContinue reading “Young Adults Who Eat Their Fruits and Vegetables Have Fewer Heart Problems Later”

The Way to a Healthy Heart Is Through Your Stomach

There are a lot of good reasons to use probiotics like AIM’s FloraFood. They may help you manage your weight, quiet an upset stomach, improve digestion and bolster your immune system like a champ. But the benefits aren’t just relegated to our midsections.  There is evidence that probiotics help the skin and teeth, too, and now newContinue reading “The Way to a Healthy Heart Is Through Your Stomach”

Take It to Heart

Introduced back in 1996, AIM CellSparc 360® provides plant-sourced coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), a natural nutrient that provides antioxidant properties, decreases the risk of blood clots, and sparks cellular energy. The heart requires an enormous amount of energy to beat over a lifetime, so sufficient amounts of CoQ10 are vital for staying alive. Although CoQ10 is naturally produced by the body, the aging process reduces levels of this crucial nutrient.Continue reading “Take It to Heart”

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”