Thursday, April 29, 2010

Manage Weight and Healthy Living

AIM LeafGreens, ProPeas, and fit'n fiber can really help you manage your body weight effectively. Shannon Jones from Springfield, Oregon, gave them a try, and she has been amazed at the results.

"In August, I started using AIM LeafGreens and changed my way of eating. In about three weeks, I had lost 12 pounds. I then added AIM Herbal Fiberblend, and I dropped more weight. Family and friends were really noticing a change. My internal conditioning coach, Judy Rowe, had me then add ProPeas and fit'n fiber to my regimen. In three-and-a-half months, I was down 33 founds. I went from a 3X to a size 16. I still have stout 50 to 60 pounds to lose, but I know I can do it with my AIM products and with Judy's help.

I just turned 49 years old, and I am starting my countdown to '50 and fabulous!' My goal is to lose 50 to 60 pounds by my 50th birthday."

(from "Living Well", May-June 2010)

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Successful Weight Management

The trip from 208 pounds to 145 pounds and a size 7 was not a easy journey for Brittany Burkfield. But it is a trip she is glad she took. "I am now a size and weight I used to only dream about," says Brittany, a college freshman. The days of 208 pounds were not pleasant.

"I was in hide-out mode. It truly hurt to get up in the morning and go to school. I became a recluse and thought only negative things about myself. The depression caused me to eat more, hurting my health and my emotional state as well," recalls Brittany.

Grandma Opal encouraged her to use AIM products as part of her daily routine. She begins the day with a smoothie--a combination of natural fruit juice, a protein powder, BarleyLife Xtra, Herbal Fiberblend, GlucoChrom, and Frame Essentials (for a slight hip discomfort).

Prior to her lifestyle change, Brittany had contemplated what she calls the "starvation method" as a cure for her weight. She now recognizes that slow, steady weight loss as a result of better eating habits and AIM supplementation "is healthier for your body to handle, easier to maintain, and the weight will stay off."

(from Living Well, November-December 2008)