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Why Do We Need to Eat More Veggies?

No, not vegetarian. Simply add more veggies to whatever you already eat. And snack on fruit if you're not diabetic or obese.

But what if you can't? What if you don't have time?

BarleyLife® Xtra is a quick and easy way to get your fruits and veggies every day - without taking a single bite. It promotes:
DigestionElimination and detoxificationEnergyBetter sleepBetter skinReduced stress and anxietyReduced cravingsReduced aches and painsNormal cholesterol and blood pressureWeight loss
BarleyLife® Xtra is a whole-food source of:
AntioxidantsDigestive EnzymesEssential Amino Acids
An excellent way for you to get the benefits of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is BarleyLife® Xtra. It only takes a few minutes a day to give your body the nutrition it needs, but the benefits last a lifetime.

To learn more about this nutritious green powder, Click Here.

P.S. The U.S.D.A. has raised the dietary guidelines for fruit and vegetable consumption from five to nine servings per day.

Can yo…

Terry Crews on Intermittent Fasting

Terry Crews, actor, artist, and former American football player, uses intermittent fasting to stay in great shape, strengthen his cells and maintain health.

To learn more about fasting for health and weight loss, Click Here.

Are AIM Products Organic?

Around the world, AIM offices frequently receive the question as to whether or not products from The AIM Companies™ are organic.

Here is the answer: AIM products are grown under organic standards.

For example, crops of barley grass are cultivated without the use of pes­ticides, herbicides or fungicides.

Young barley grass also involves other organic practices, like crop rotation. As well, some of their ingredients are certified organic, such as the seed oils in AIMega®.

At the same time, AIM has not pursued organic certifications because it would greatly increase product prices. Besides, there is much more behind the scenes of organic certification.

According to agricultural scientist, Steve Savage,

… surveys of organic conducted by the USDA and by Canadian Food Inspection Agency found un-approved residues in at least 40 percent of samples 1.
In other words, organic certification does not require further testing for chemical residues of pesticides or herbicides.

The difference betwee…