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Doctor says Nutrition is Overrated!

From: AIM Article Archives
August 2011

Testimony shared by Terri Howell,
Bozeman, Montana

I first found out about the AIM products when I was having a really bad constipation problem. I’ve always been pretty healthy except for the constipation.

I started searching online and found AIM Herbal Fiberblend ?. It always came up as the best fiber supplement out there. So I ordered it, and I took it, and it worked really well for me. I ordered some?

more, and once I started feeling better, I stopped taking it. I think a lot of people might do the same thing.

I did become a Member, but nobody really talked to me. I just bought the stuff online. I didn’t even think about where it was from. It was just one of those top-rated things. I chose it based on whoever gave the best story because I’m one of those people who reads all the stories and the blogs and the forums and things like that because I’m always looking for the best price and the best product. So that’s what I did. I found this product, and it was great.

After I had stopped taking it, about a year ago the same thing happened again. I was living with a couple of people in Helena, Montana, and everybody in the house was sick. I told them, “I know about this stuff called Herbal Fiberblend. I’ll order it, and we’ll take it.”? And that’s what happened. We got better ? and then we stopped taking it again.?

This January, I got really sick, and came to find out I had giardia, which is an infection caused by a parasite. To make a long story short, for three months I turned to the medical community, and they weren’t able to find out what was wrong with me.

I finally received a diagnosis in March, and at the beginning of April, I went to a colon therapist. I didn’t know what else to do. She told me I had round worms, pinworms, etcetera. I said, “What?” The therapist still didn’t know about the giardia. So I went back to my doctor, and I said that I had been told I had parasites. The doctor asked how I knew that, and I told him I went to a colon therapist. I went on to tell him why I think I need nutrition because there’s something really wrong. He said that nutrition is overrated. We talked back and forth, and he finally gave me this test. After three months with this condition and after going through all these procedures, I finally had to tell the doctor to give me this test. “Just test my poop,” I told him. “I’ll put it in a jar for you and just test it.” And he did, and it was giardia.

Giardia can make you have diarrhea all the time. You’re acidic and you have no energy and can’t think straight, which is just a horrible thing to happen.

I got on the medication he prescribed. I had to get on an antibiotic, and then I went back to the AIM website and started seeing all the different products like the AIM Garden Trio ?. This is nutrition, I thought. The colon therapist told me to do nutrition, do juicing, do all this to get your body back because you’re really sick. So I got AIM Para 90? (US), and I took the Garden Trio and Herbal Fiberblend. I started forming again.

Now here it is, two months later, and I am feeling good and buying the products again. I have clarity, I’m a full-time student, I have focus, and I have normal formed bowel movements after every meal. I’m healthy again.

When you have a broken arm or accident, definitely rely on the medical community. But I’ve come to the decision that, when it’s my gut, the medical community is totally lost. It wanted to put me on the little purple pill. It didn’t want to get to the root of my problem. It wanted to cover it up with these band-aids and all these medications from the pharmaceuticals, and I didn’t want to take those. I’m so glad I made the right decision to go through AIM.

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve.

This January, I got really sick, and came to find out I had giardia, which is an infection caused by a parasite. To make a long story short, for three months I turned to the medical community, and they weren’t able to find out what was wrong with me. ?

I finally received a diagnosis in March, and at the beginning of April, I went to a colon therapist. I didn’t know what else to do. She told me I had round worms, pinworms, etcetera. I said, “What?” The therapist still didn’t know about the giardia. So I went back to my doctor, and I said that I had been told I had parasites. The doctor asked how I knew that, and I told him I went to a colon therapist. I went on to tell him why I think I need nutrition because there’s something really wrong. He said that nutrition is overrated. We talked back and forth, and he finally gave me this test. After three months with this condition and after going through all these procedures, I finally had to tell the doctor to give me this test. “Just test my poop,” I told him. “I’ll put it?in a jar for you and just test it.” And he did, and it was giardia. ?

Giardia can make you have diarrhea all the time. You’re acidic and you have no energy and can’t think straight, which is just a horrible thing to happen.?

I got on the medication he prescribed. I had to get on an antibiotic, and then I went back to the AIM website and started seeing all the different products like the AIM Garden Trio . This is nutrition, I thought. The colon therapist told me to do nutrition, do juicing, do all this to get your body back because you’re really sick. So I got AIM Para 90 ? (US), and I took the Garden Trio and Herbal Fiberblend. I started forming again.?

Now here it is, two months later, and I am feeling good and buying the products again. I have clarity, I’m a full-time student, I have focus, and I have?normal formed bowel movements after every meal. I’m healthy again.

When you have a broken arm or accident, definitely rely on the medical community. But I’ve come to the decision that, when it’s my gut, the medical community is totally lost. It wanted to put me on the little purple pill. It didn’t want to get to the root of my problem. It wanted to cover it up with these band-aids and all these medications from the pharmaceuticals, and I didn’t want to take those. I’m so glad I made the right decision to go through AIM.

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve.

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