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”

The Journey Home

Shared by Marcelle Meijer, AIM Preferred Member in Pretoria, South Africa. Upon my return from the U.S. 18 months ago, I was at a crossroads in my career. In search of more direction, I enrolled in a life coaching program. On this journey of discovery and soul searching, it became very clear what resonated withContinue reading “The Journey Home”

In for the Long Haul with AIM

Shared by Char Pelfrey, AIM Director in Mason, Ohio. The year 2016 was quite diffi­cult for me as I battled a serious health issue, but I’ve reclaimed and am now maintaining my health. I attribute this to a primarily plant-based diet and reg­ularly taking my AIM products.  Peak Endurance is one of the supplements thatContinue reading “In for the Long Haul with AIM”

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”

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”

Director Promotion: Pamella Anne Cox

AIM Star Sapphire Director Pamella (Pam) Cox lives in a small, Floridian town several dozen miles north of Disney World. She began taking BarleyLife® thirty years ago. As a former smoker, Pam battled cases of walking pneumonia on and off for sixteen years. At the age of forty, Pam began taking BarleyLife daily mixed with juice and hasn’t had walking pneumonia since. She hasn’t even been sick. “IContinue reading “Director Promotion: Pamella Anne Cox”

An Interview with Outstanding Member of the Month Dan Nichols

Dan and Shannon Nichols won the Outstanding Member(s) of the Month Award for their work in December. Their achievement will be noted in the March Issue of Living Well Magazine.  The BarleyLife Blog recently had the opportunity to communicate with Dan Nichols. BarleyLife: What Do You Do for a Living? Dan Nichols: ​I am a churchContinue reading “An Interview with Outstanding Member of the Month Dan Nichols”