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"In about twenty minutes I begin to feel better. And better. And better. All of a sudden, I was full of energy."

"In about thirty minutes, actually, there was a complete turnaround in my energy level."

The Garden Trio® is for people who believe nutrition matters.

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Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve. The Garden Trio® is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results may vary per person.

"I’ve noticed an increase in my energy levels, a better digestion, and reduction in bloating."

"Only after one month, I had lost eight pounds, which is real good."

"I had lost thirty pounds in four months."

BarleyLife® Xtra is for people who believe nutrition matters. To learn more about this nutritious green powder, Click Here.

How to Make BarleyLife® Taste Better

"What does it taste like?"

"It tastes like grass."

That's was what I was told years ago, before my first serving of green barley grass. For many people, BarleyLife® is indeed an acquired taste.

After consuming it for almost twenty years, however, I can now take BarleyLife® as well as BarleyLife® Xtra with a spoon and simply drink it down with water.

If you're new to consuming this nutritious green powder, one way to make it taste better is to mix it with juice.

In a AIM blender bottle, mix apple and white grape juice. Then add BarleyLife® or BarleyLife® Xtra. Shake well and drink it.

Some people find this juice mixture to be too sweet for them. Instead, mix BarleyLife® Xtra with water in the blender bottle and consume it that way.

So experiment and see what works best for you.

To learn more about this green whole-food concentrate for children and adults, Click Here.

How To Lower Your Risk of Death by 42%

The results of a study, from University College London and published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, suggests we should be eating at least seven servings of fruits and vegetables a day.

Doing this will lower your risk of death by forty-two percent at any point in your life. Included is the reduced risk of heart problems, cancer and stroke.

"We all know that eating fruit and vegetables is healthy, but the size of the effect is staggering," says study leader Dr. Oyinlola Oyebode.

The research also showed vegetables have a significantly higher health benefit than fruit, but fruit still makes a real difference.

You may be thinking:

"I'm too busy to eat that many fruits and vegetables every day."

"I don't like the taste of fruits and vegetables."

"I don't like buying fruits and veggies, only to see them rot in the fridge."

That's why there's BarleyLife® Xtra. It's a quick and easy way to get your fruits …

How Vegetable Oils Increase Our Appetite For Carbohydrates - Dr. Michael Eades, M.D.

Dr. Michael Eades explains why vegetable oils act like a super-carbohydrate - and increase our appetite for more carbohydrates.

He recommends avoiding industrial seed oils such as canola, corn and soy oil (linoleic acid - omega-6) for weight loss, good health, and more.

Is the increase in appetite, as well as the tendency to store calories as body fat, due to the type of unhealthy oils and fats we consume?

To learn more from Dr. Eades, read, "Do Vegetable Oils Make Us Fat?"

"I've noticed that I have new hair growth."

"I've noticed that I have new hair growth. Because my hair was really thinning and I noticed there was a lot of hair growth coming in, which is wonderful, because I didn't expect that to happen at all." 

To learn more about Red Rush™, Click Here.

P.S. Red Rush™ is made from beets, which work with the body naturally to widen blood vessels and increase the flow of nitric oxide, as well as oxygen, into your bloodstream.

Increased oxygen is beneficial for healthy red blood cells, breathing conditions, brain fogginess and more.

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Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve. Red Rush™ is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results may vary per person.

Is It Hard For You To Get Your Fruits and Veggies Every Day?

BarleyLife® Xtra is for people who know they should eat more fruits and veggies every day, but don't because they're busy.

Does that sound like you?

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

P.S. Everyone knows we need fruits and vegetables for good health. The latest dietary guidelines call for adults to get at least nine servings per day.

Can you eat enough fruits and veggies every day to get what you need for good health, even if you like them?

To find out more about BarleyLife® Xtra, Click Here.

Note: The USDA Dietary Guidelines of recommending adults eat 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables per day is based on age, gender, physical activity, as well as overall health.

RediBeets® for a Healthy Heart

One canister of RediBeets® contains around eighty-three beets. And a quarter-pound of beets goes into one teaspoon.

So a lot of nutrition is packed into one serving of RediBeets® powder.

That's because beets contain such a rich source of nutrients, including potassium, magnesium, iron and betaine.

Betaine helps your liver to process fats, supports cardiovascular health and reduces inflammation.

And all of the beet nutrients in RediBeets® are concentrated in powder form for easy assimilation.

Make it simple for your heart, as well as your body, to thrive with RediBeets®.

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P.S. RediBeets® is one hundred percent beet juice powder, providing the benefits of red beet juice, without the time and expense of juicing.

Beet juice benefits your immune system and increases resistance to a variety of diseases. And it's made quick and easy with RediBeets®.

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"I'm finally able to enjoy a full and healthy life again."

For Susan Henriques of Punta Gorda, Florida, an introduction to AIM back in 1992 turned her health around, after being devastatingly ill for five years.

In the 1980s, Susan had been a very active woman, power walking forty to fifty miles weekly.

Then in the fall of 1987, she came down with what she thought was the flu. Feeling exhausted and with a fever and swollen lymph glands, Susan went to her doctor, but her situation only got worse.

"My muscles and joints began to hurt," Susan recollected. "I became more and more tired."

As the weeks went by, she found it difficult to think clearly or put sentences together. And she began to experience short-term memory loss.

Susan visited eleven doctors and three hospitals over a period of eighteen months, until finally being diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome.

Essentially, the life Susan had known came to a halt, especially affecting the relationships with her husband, daughter and son.

"I had long periods when I…