The Weight of It All

It’s the New Year and already the weight of any resolutions you made can feel like someone nagging you to do something about it. If you have resolutely made up your mind to lower the number that appears when you step on a scale, then at least you can be comforted in knowing that youContinue reading “The Weight of It All”

Fit is the New Thin: Cassey Shaw

Shared by Cassey Shaw, AIM Preferred Member I am a wife, mom, business owner and recovering food addict. I have struggled with my weight for as long as I can remember. In May 2018, I decided enough was enough. I focused on changing my mindset and nutrition. I counted calories and ate whole foods. IContinue reading “Fit is the New Thin: Cassey Shaw”

AIM Nutrition Changed My Life

Shared by Tina Wilkerson, AIM Director and Personal Trainer Back in 2001, after my daughter, Jordan, was born, I felt very poorly. I had a number of health issues: fatigue, headaches, aching joints, and I was overweight. At that point in time, I wasn’t a personal trainer yet, but I began a wellness journey thatContinue reading “AIM Nutrition Changed My Life”

Fit is the New Thin: Caitlin Lawrence

Shared by Caitlin Lawrence, AIM Preferred Member I was born at a normal weight but with a big appetite. I remember dieting from an early age without much success. Although my mom was always into health foods and we were notoriously known as “the healthiest family in the neighborhood,” my weight tended to make peopleContinue reading “Fit is the New Thin: Caitlin Lawrence”

Fit is the New Thin: Mélanie’s Story

It is important to note that maintaining an ideal weight for your body composition goes well beyond being skinny or thin. It’s about being fit. It’s the new thin in wellness. Over the years, many Members (The AIM Companies’ distributors) have managed their weight by using a variety of AIM products, including BarleyLife, ProPeas, fitContinue reading “Fit is the New Thin: Mélanie’s Story”

To Wheat or Not to Wheat … ?

That Is the Question In North America, one of the most commonly eaten grains is wheat. Toast in the morning, sandwiches at lunch, bread with dinner, not to mention the fact that wheat is an ingredient in the majority of processed and packaged foods found in your local supermarket and 7-Eleven. Think about it, wheatContinue reading “To Wheat or Not to Wheat … ?”

Fiber & Weight Loss Simplicity

Losing weight and keeping it off is a challenge for many people, especially when they attempt to follow complicated “diet plans” that end up not being effective in permanently taking off the pounds. So how about keeping weight loss simple and effective by introducing more fiber into your diet? A 2015 study published in theContinue reading “Fiber & Weight Loss Simplicity”

The Heavy Weight on Children

The World Health Organi­zation states childhood obesity is one of the most serious public health challenges of the twenty-first century with 2015 statistics showing that the global number of overweight children under five years of age is over forty-two million. Since the 1970s, the percentage of obese children in the USA has more than tripled.Continue reading “The Heavy Weight on Children”

Large Scale Study: “Protein Keeps You Full”

Most of you have heard by now that protein increases feelings of fullness.  This is due to a number of small, insular studies. However, this premise had never been tested on a larger,  more diverse set of populations.  Researchers decided to combine all the information from the previous studies to try and conclusively prove this effect. TheirContinue reading “Large Scale Study: “Protein Keeps You Full””

Achieve Your Goals with AIM

  With AIM’s natural whole-food concentrates and supplements, you have the nutritional power to maintain your health. By introducing others to this wealth of health support, you also have an opportunity to build a home-based business and earn an income. Look what you have at your disposal: the finest natural products that promote good health and offer targeted nutrition for specific conditions, includingContinue reading “Achieve Your Goals with AIM”