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In 1991, through a routine eye exam, Laura Eilers discovered she was nearsighted and started wearing eyeglasses. Now she surprisingly no longer needs them. To read more, Click Here.

On Valentine’s Day 2011, our five year-old son, Brady Eilers, had to have surgery. He quickly recovered from his procedure - and even shocked his school nurse. To find out how, Click Here.

When Janice Gravely was seventy-five years old, her health was so bad her family thought about getting a full-time nurse. Gradually, she she turned her health around – and never did get that nurse. To learn more, Click Here.

In 1987, Stephen Distad had a bright future in the music industry. But then he developed a severe case of rheumatoid arthritis. The doctors said would need a wheelchair. Today Stephen is arthritis-free. To see more, Click Here.

In 1980, Janet Pauly was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, which is cancer of the lymph system. Her doctor said he had nothing more to offer her out-of-control disease. Yet, she has gone on to live another thirty-three years. To read her story, Click Here.

He loves to hike, but the last time fifty-seven year-old Bob Celski had a chance to do so was three years ago. He not only had the energy and stamina to pull away from his younger hiking companions, but also avoid soreness and pain in his legs the next day. To discover more, Click Here.

In November of 1991, Janet Breitkreutz received the shock of her life. She learned her four year-old son had been diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. Today he remains cancer-free. To learn more, Click Here.

At the age of thirty-eight, Dana Ponchot had his first heart attack. He then went on to have a stroke and five-bypass heart surgery. Today he has remarkable health. To see what he did to turn his health around, Click Here.

Kristine Kosturos suffered with horrible gastrointestinal issues her entire life. No help could be found through conventional medicine. Today she no longer is in pain or has irritable bowel syndrome. To find out why, Click Here.

She never thought she would be diagnosed with having breast cancer. Yet Linda Cole found a way to be free of this dreadful disease - nineteen years and counting. To see what she did, Click Here.

During Christmas of 1991, the daughter of Judy Rowe noticed swelling in her neck. The lump eventually grew to the size of a tangerine. A few days later, she received the diagnosis – cancer of the lymphatic system. She is now healthy and vibrant after battling Hodgkin’s Disease. To learn more, Click Here.

In July of 2006, Amy Jones was having trouble reading and made an appointment with her eye doctor. What she thought would be a routine exam turned into a two-hour nightmare. At age thirty-nine, Amy had been diagnosed with age-related macular degeneration. Today her optometrist is still amazed at the health of her eyes. To find out more, Click Here.

On September 12, 2009, J.R. Celski crashed at the Olympic Trials and suffered a career-threatening injury. The deep cut through his left leg required sixty stitches. Yet the speedskater returned to the ice two months sooner than his doctor estimated. To see his story, Click Here.

Jackson Ger seemed to always be sick. By age forty, he had suffered from severe fatigue, insomnia, ulcers, allergies, and hemorrhoids. Then he had his first brush with death. Test results showed seventy-five percent of his bone marrow was malfunctioning. Today he is alive and healthy. Click Here to read his story.

These are real stories of real people, just like you and me, who have turned their health around and improved the quality of their lives. Maybe you have been inspired to find better solutions too.

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Though he had never officially been diagnosed as autistic, three year-old Russell had all the characteristics of this developmental disorder. He also did not have daily bowel movements. Now he no longer has characteristics of autism. To read more about his story, Click Here.

No one understands more about the devastating diagnosis of cancer, than those who have lived through the experience. The following two stories demonstrate the convictions of individuals who were determined to beat cancer with the help of AIM nutrition. To read more, Click Here.

As a six-year Stage IV breast cancer survivor, Anne Buck has "great peace" knowing her cells are receiving concentrated nutrition from nutrient-dense, whole-food. To see more, Click Here.

Dr. Yoshihide Hagiwara, a scientist and research pharmacologist, at one time owned the largest drug manufacterer in Japan. However, a poor diet as well as exposure to chemicals in his work destroyed his health. To learn how he regained his well-being, Click Here.

Mary Westerfield is a two-time cancer survivor. She embraced whole-food nutrition, juicing and healthy eating in her battle with cancer. And the plan worked. To read more, Click Here.

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve. Nutritional supplements from The AIM Companies™ have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness. Results may vary per person. When it comes to your health, there is no such thing as a magic bullet.