A Servant’s Heart

As a little girl growing up in Louisiana’s deep south, Charlotte Thompson learned one of life’s most valuable lessons: helping others gives you immeasurable wealth. Charlotte and her brother were raised by their mother, a single parent who had been forced out of the workplace to look after her invalid father. Having to live onContinue reading “A Servant’s Heart”

Have Supplements, Will Travel

With all that has unraveled pretty much since the start of 2020, you could almost forget what was once normal. After a prolonged period of lockdown, it was only a month ago that some businesses started to reopen: restaurants, retail shops, hair salons, fitness clubs, etc. Here we are in June and we made itContinue reading “Have Supplements, Will Travel”

5 Ways to Support Your Immune System

1  Regulate Sleep and Stress When we sleep, our body heals, repairs and restores itself, so do everything you can to get 7–9 hours of sleep nightly. AIM Composure is a calming blend of herbs that can help you to avoid sleepless nights. Learn to manage your stress levels, which suppress your immune system andContinue reading “5 Ways to Support Your Immune System”

Mom Shines Brightly

Kate Price has been taking the AIM products ever since she was five years old. She is now the mother of two beautiful children. Since graduating from school, Kate has acquired a number of qualifications. Her Bachelor of Music (jazz piano performance with first class honors) and teaching diploma allow her to work from herContinue reading “Mom Shines Brightly”

Life Sketch of Leora at Age 100

Leora Morton Gertsch Collins Ward has lived a long and interesting yet challenging life for over 100 years. Born in Mapleton, Utah, Leora was an exceptional student who would go on to become a teacher. Leora has nine children and has outlived three loving husbands. Her second was in the Air Force, a career thatContinue reading “Life Sketch of Leora at Age 100”

A Little Bit About Me … and BarleyLife

Shared by Shirley Palmerton, AIM Member At 91 years old, I’m healthy, active and pain-free. People regularly say to me, “You’re amazing . . . what do you do.” To be honest, I get sick of hearing that. I mean, I do what I can do.  The truth is, I’ve had a difficult yet wonderfulContinue reading “A Little Bit About Me … and BarleyLife”

The Fiber Connection to Weight Loss

Going on the latest diet usually ends in failure. As for all the exercise options, research shows that it can lead to disappointment in regard to how little weight is actually lost. A 2012 study published in Obesity Reviews revealed that “weight loss resulting from an exercise intervention tends to be lower than predicted.” IfContinue reading “The Fiber Connection to Weight Loss”

Moving Past My Hip Replacement

Shared by Petra Stevenson, AIM Director Being a very active person, owning an organic livestock farm and teaching fitness classes twice a week, I was not sure how to live with the fact that I needed a hip replacement. How could I deal with not being able to move around much? It was a scaryContinue reading “Moving Past My Hip Replacement”

The Benefits of Folate

It’s a fact that folate is important for women before, during and after pregnancy. An increased intake of this B vitamin helps to prevent birth defects, fuel rapid growth and fortify breast milk. Recent research indicates that folate for fathers-to-be is important as well. A study published in 2019 examined the data collected on 108Continue reading “The Benefits of Folate”

The Western Diet

If you are a fan of Western films, you often see cowboys enjoying a big meal at the ranch or around the chuckwagon after a long, hard day on the lonesome trail. It’s likely though that the food of your average cowpoke didn’t include veggies beyond beans. They pretty much consumed dried and fresh meat,Continue reading “The Western Diet”