You Can Do Something About Arthritis Pain!

In 1986, my doctors told me I would never walk again. At that time I was convinced they were correct. I had destroyed three discs in my back through a series of falls and accidents. L3-L4 were completely destroyed and the next two discs were badly herniated. The injury left me with arthritis, especially in my lower back. I was unable to get out of bed in the morning without a lot of pain. Trying to walk would leave me looking like a 90-year-old person—hunched over, barely getting around. That was the beginning of my physical decline.

In the winter months of 2001-2002, I spent the entire winter on medicine with one bout of flu after another until mid-March. The last time I saw the doctor, he said, “I’ve given you everything I have and you are still sick. What am I to do with you?” That was the last time for me and the flu or anything else thus far. I began taking the AIM products shortly thereafter, in particular AIM BarleyLife® and AIM Herbal Fiberblend®.

I’ve also had my share of problems with hypoglycemia, having the shakes so bad at times I could barely get something sweet down me to ease the shaking before passing out. I’ve not had a single bout of this since starting on AIM BarleyLife®.

I also had muscle pain for years, as if I had the flu, only instead of joint pain it was muscle and nerves. Sometimes I couldn’t even massage areas because they were so painful. I now understand this to be fibromyalgia. I have no more problems with this any more.

I can remember having intestinal pains on nearly a daily basis ever since childhood. Since taking AIM Herbal Fiberblend®, this trouble has become a thing of the past.

I have gone from a daily lack of energy and constant pain to every day filled with vitality thanks to AIM’s Dynamic Duo (AIM BarleyLife® and AIM Herbal Fiberblend®). Today, I’m able to work on a daily basis, even doing construction work and whatever else I choose to do. I no longer have to fight with myself to get out of bed in the morning. Now I am able to just get right up, and I am feeling good and active all day long, normally from 5:00 a.m. ‘til 9 p.m. or so.

Thank you for my new lease on life.
—Terry Coffman, AIM Director

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