AIM at Alpenblick Farm

Shared by Petra Stevenson, AIM Director My husband, Robert, grew up on his family’s mountainside, organic farm in Switzerland, and he and I have operated a Swiss-themed farm in Canada since 1968. Alpenblick Farm is our organic livestock haven, where animals roam freely on nearly 200 acres of land. I’ve been an AIM Member sinceContinue reading “AIM at Alpenblick Farm”

5 Nutritional Strategies for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome affects a significant segment of the population (around 15%).  The underlying cause or causes of IBS is unknown, but it often manifests in a variety of symptoms like cramps, diarrhea, gas, bloating and constipation.  To complicate matters further, each sufferer’s symptoms can be triggered by any number of factors specific to the individual.Continue reading “5 Nutritional Strategies for Irritable Bowel Syndrome”

7 Nutritional Strategies for Headaches

If you suffer from headaches, migraine or otherwise, finding dietary strategies may prove difficult. Take the banana as an example.  The banana has a lot of good stuff in it: potassium, magnesium, vitamin B 6 and vitamin C. A lot of these nutrients and minerals appear on this list of headache fighters. However, bananas alsoContinue reading “7 Nutritional Strategies for Headaches”

Magnesium vs. Diabetes: 4 More Things You Should Know

It’s National Diabetes Month, and it would be remiss of us to not mention magnesium. To be fair, we’ve mentioned magnesium and its inverse relationship to diabetes on more than one occasion, but this month, a large meta-analysis was published in Nutrition.  So, it’s worth bringing up, at least, one more time. Here’s four new thingsContinue reading “Magnesium vs. Diabetes: 4 More Things You Should Know”

Magnesium for Healthier Bodies

Magnesium’s function in the human body is vast—everything from electrolyte maintenance to metabolism to heart health and so much more can be traced back to magnesium. The new AIM Mag-nificence™ can help create a body in balance and lead to improved health in a number of areas. How can you tell if you need more magnesium? Without a definitive test for magnesium deficiency,Continue reading “Magnesium for Healthier Bodies”

CalciAIM Video

CalciAIM™ is a natural citrus drink mix that provides free ionic calcium and bioavailable nutrients essential to proper skeletal function and overall wellness. Each scoop contains 38 percent of the daily intake of calcium, along with support minerals and vitamins such as magnesium, zinc, copper, and vitamins A, C, and D.

Why Topical Magnesium?

We’ve been taught that we get nutrition from the things that we eat. So when you apply lotion or a spray to the skin or soak in a bath with crystals added, nutrition may not be the first thing that leaps to mind. However, our topical Mag-nificence™ products were designed with nutrition at the forefront. Essential magnesium is involved in hundreds upon hundreds ofContinue reading “Why Topical Magnesium?”

CalciAIM: A Healthy Foundation for Your Body

Postmenopausal women, the lactose intolerant, vegetarians, people who consume large amounts of alcohol, caffeine, and/or soda, folks with Crohn’s disease or celiac disease, people who don’t get enough sun, those who live in nursing homes, IBS sufferers, the obese, the very dark-skinned, and most people. It may seem like a random list of qualities, but everyone mentioned has something inContinue reading “CalciAIM: A Healthy Foundation for Your Body”

Elderly Bedridden Patient Revitalized with Mag-nificence

As a pain physician in Taiwan, I have seen lots of patients who have suffered from wide varieties of acute and chronic pain. After years of visiting many specialists and trying all kinds of painkillers or other methods, some patients are still deeply devastated by their discomfort, and ultimately become seriously depressed because their pain has affected their physical strength, movement, mood, sleep and even their social life. ButContinue reading “Elderly Bedridden Patient Revitalized with Mag-nificence”

Magnesium May Help Prevent Hip Fractures

The hips, they fracture. A lot of it has to do with the rigors of aging, but there are other factors.  Back in 2013, scientists in Norway decided to take a look at the relationship between magnesium and calcium in drinking water and the prevalence of hip fractures in the population of people who drankContinue reading “Magnesium May Help Prevent Hip Fractures”