Messy in the Middle

By Cheryl Lucas Chairman’s Club Director  When I have written or spoken about my AIM journey previously I tended to focus on my road to Chairman’s Club or the beginning stages of my journey as a business owner partnering with The AIM Companies. This time as I sat down to write it was different. I kept thinkingContinue reading “Messy in the Middle”

AIM Nutrition Helped Me Through RA and Surgeries

As an Internationally Certified Prevention Coordinator, I know a lot about avoiding disease, but I never expected that rheumatoid arthritis and two cervical surgeries would be in my future. I had tried to do all the right things to stay healthy, but when horrible pain left me pacing and moaning at night, I knew that this was something more than what my chiropractorContinue reading “AIM Nutrition Helped Me Through RA and Surgeries”

Her Allergies, Constipation and Cough Just Vanished!

Shared by Cassie (Shaoqin) Yang, AIM Director in San Ramon, California I am so thankful that Director Kathy Kong introduced me to the AIM products and to Chairman’s Club Director Dr. Yu-Shiaw Chen for sharing her knowledge about nutrition. In less than a year, I have experienced several improvements in my health. I began taking AIM LeafGreens in February last year. ItContinue reading “Her Allergies, Constipation and Cough Just Vanished!”

He Recovered And Became a Champion Once More

Shared by AIM Director Akbar Hassim I joined AIM in 2006 during a time when I was facing very serious health challenges. I had lost about 20 percent of my body weight and suffered severe joint pain, headaches and other ailments. Prior to that, I was fit, athletic, had a very successful boxing career and was even featured on aContinue reading “He Recovered And Became a Champion Once More”

Teaching the Virtues of Nutrition and Free Enterprise

Royal Emerald Director Loren Schiele of Dallas, Texas, is the proud father of four grown, successful boys — all raised on BarleyLife and the AIM products and instilled with the virtues of nutrition, hard work and free enterprise. Loren married his wife Kathleen at age twenty-six. The two were already interested in nutrition before they had their first child. They ate healthyContinue reading “Teaching the Virtues of Nutrition and Free Enterprise”

How to Stay Healthy through Life’s Adversities

Shared by Barbara Bird AIM Director in Brights Grove, Ontario Here is a little of what I have learned over the years, right up to how AIM helped me stay healthy through 2015: one of the most difficult years of my life. In June 2006, Rita Vandertil (AIM Star Sapphire Director) convinced me to become an AIM Member even though IContinue reading “How to Stay Healthy through Life’s Adversities”

I’m Like a Spring Chicken

Today, AIM Member Maria Sipple of Dayton, Ohio is painting her kitchen white with a touch of blue around the trim. She’s seventy-five years old and retired, a mother, married for fifty-four years, who raised five kids and worked part-time jobs at an insurance agency and a bank. She still likes to remain active, doing exercise around the house, visiting her friendsContinue reading “I’m Like a Spring Chicken”

The Healthy Art of Betty Ann Brush

Betty Ann Brush was born with a 1 in a 1,000 chance of living. She came into the world with a cancerous tumor growing near her left eye. The tumor was surgically removed. Radiation and cobalt treatments were given when she was only six weeks old. It was confirmed that she was legally blind in her left eye. Diagnosed with anemia, jaundiceContinue reading “The Healthy Art of Betty Ann Brush”

Energy & Stamina During 11.6-Mile Hike

I recently had the occasion to hike the Highline Trail in Glacier National Park. The trail starts at about 4,200 feet, goes for 11.6 miles, and ends at about 6,500 feet on the continental divide in Montana. I hiked with two other gentlemen, one half my age—I’m fifty-seven—who is a hiker, and another who is about three to four years younger thanContinue reading “Energy & Stamina During 11.6-Mile Hike”

Embracing Whole-Food Nutrition

Two-time cancer survivor Mary Westerfield, an AIM Director from Cincinnati, Ohio, embraced whole-food nutrition, juicing, and healthy eating in her battle with cancer. And the plan worked! Mary has been cancer-free since 1986. “’Let food be your medicine’—that’s how I have been living for the past twenty years,” Mary said. Mary was first diagnosed with cancer in 1980 when doctors found a malignantContinue reading “Embracing Whole-Food Nutrition”