Gum Disease and Heart Disease Risk

Health news in 1997 included the idea that gum disease is a risk factor for heart disease. As interesting (silly? far-fetched?) as the idea that bleeding gums result in heart attack appears to some, it is a serious thought to others. Prevention magazine’s dental advisor, Dominick DePaola, D.D.S., Ph.D., has listed the gums-heart connection as a 1997 health breakthrough.

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Don’t Wait For The Pain

It is far better to give your body what it needs to prevent joint and range of motion problems than to wait for the problems to happen. The glucosamine, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), and boswellin extract in AIM Frame EssentialsŽ are the perfect ingredients for maintaining healthy joints and promoting ease of movement.

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Causes of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the number one killer in North America. These diseases—such as heart attack, stroke, angina pectoris, atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis, and high blood pressure—and their risk factors are so interrelated that it is very difficult to say “where it all begins.” One place to look when sorting this out is with atherosclerosis.

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DHA Supplementation

When we think of aging, we think of the obvious—wrinkles and achy joints, for example. We usually don’t consider things such as worsening vision or memory loss until we are well on our way to senior status. But we should. After all, the disorders that may go along with the aging of the nervous system are some of the most frightening problems we face—dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and macular degeneration, for example. However, there is a way to fight this “neuro aging.” Use dietary supplements.

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Antioxidant supplements and how they improve health

Antioxidants, long known as the mainstay of “alternative health”, are no longer so alternative.

Antioxidants, and their archenemy, free radicals, once the domain of health radicals and panned by many medical professionals, are now discussed in the same breath as fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. Mainstream health magazines address them routinely, and last December they showed up in the nationally syndicated comic strip “Thatch.”

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Debbie Lawrence: Olympic Hopeful

Debbi Lawrence has twice been a member of the U.S. Olympic race walking team. Will she—with the help of AIM products—make it three times this summer? We all know of the Olympics. Every four years, the best athletes in the world meet to compete and share the joys of competition. We watch their efforts to do their best and admire them, whether they are on the podium receiving a gold medal or simply in the locker room with a personal best.

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Sea Salt for Skin Health

Water is the center of life. The food we grow depends on water—without it, it withers and dies. The body is approximately 70 percent water, and, although we can live without food for about eight weeks, without water, we could only survive for about 10 days. Despite the obvious importance of water to our lives—as nutrition and for survival—the healing properties of water are often forgotten.

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Nutrition of Athletes

Since being introduced to the AIM products, Tony has caught the wave and is riding high. He has discovered new strength and believes that this has translated into moving to the next level.

“Since I’ve been on the products, I’ve had a lot of success. They’ve really helped. I have won the OP Pro Surfing Championship in Hawaii, which is one of the most prestigious in the world.”

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