Took BarleyLife … Haven’t Had Arthritis Since

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Shared by Dorothy Kutt, AIM Member

Many years ago, my ankle started giving me trouble. My doctor had it X-rayed and determined it was arthritis. I was in my fifties at the time. The ankle was swollen, and there was an awful lot of pain that was so bad I could barely walk. Clients had to be brought to me at the credit union where I worked. Before the arthritis, I would always go out to greet them. Just couldn’t do it anymore. Of course, I could have taken pills that my doctor said would make me sick, so I didn’t.

Now I used to get my nails done by a woman whose mother-in-law had cancer. When she noticed my difficulty with walking, she asked me what was wrong. I told her it was arthritis. She gave me a massage, which helped, but it wasn’t the answer. At one point…

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AIM BarleyLife Is Now Gluten-Free

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It’s official! AIM is excited to announce that all BarleyLife 360 gram (Family size) and BarleyLife 180 gram (Convenience size) canisters are AIM certified Gluten-Free!
How is a gluten-free BarleyLife achieved? As you might guess, it starts in the field. BarleyLife growing conditions and harvesting methods were carefully analyzed and refined to minimize the possibility of gluten in the finished powder. Then over the past year, AIM began rigorously testing all BarleyLife produced for gluten content. The test results were conclusive—BarleyLife consistently achieved the gluten-free standard of less than 20 ppm. And from now on we will test every batch of BarleyLife to confirm it meets the Gluten-Free standard. And don’t forget, AIM BarleyLife is also certified kosher, vegan and non-GMO!
A Gluten-Free symbol will soon be added to all 360-gram and 180-gram canisters and eventually to labels in the months to come. But you can tell your customers, downline…

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No Matter Your Age, AIMega Can Help

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When you’re young, you have a lot of innate luxuries. You’re naturally healthy, exuberant and carefree, so nutrition may not be at the forefront of your mind, although it very much should be. Scientific studies have shown time and time again that the earlier a person gets a handle on their health, the better of they’ll be later in life.

For example, a study published in Circulation found that young adults who ate more than five servings of vegetables per day had a significantly reduced risk of developing heart problems during mid-life. Good nutrition also lowers the likelihood of hypertension, type 2 diabetes, obesity and all of their associated risks.

In a brand-new study presented by the American Heart Association, researchers discovered that omega-3 fatty acids lower the blood pressure of healthy, young adults.  Those who ate the diets richest in omega-3 fatty acids saw a 4 mm Hg/2 mm Hg lower systolic/diastolic…

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