"The Garden Trio changed my life!"


Sharla Davison saw an immediate boost to her health when she began taking the Garden Trio.

“For about six years, I had recurring urinary tract infections,” Sharla said.

“For a couple years, I took antibiotics to get rid of them. Then I began to treat them naturally, which would get rid of the infection for a short time, but it would always come back.

I started taking the Garden Trio about one year ago for a urinary tract infection, which went away within twenty minutes. It came back the next morning only very slightly, so I took more Garden Trio. That got rid of it. I take the Garden Trio every day now and have not had a urinary tract infection since.”

In addition to the Garden Trio, Sharla also takes CranVerry+ (helpful for urinary health maintenance), Herbal Fiberblend, Proancynol 2000, ProPeas, fit ’n fiber and Peak Endurance.

Herbal Fiberblend was the first supplement Sharla took when she joined The AIM Companies and it remains a favorite.

"It's my best friend," she said. "I take it every day."

Her use of Herbal Fiberblend and the Garden Trio helped Sharla achieve a healthier weight. Over the past year, she has lost fifty pounds.

"I knew I needed to eat right and exercise," she said. "Because I already felt so much better with AIM supplements, it was so easy to make that change. I didn't need a special weight loss diet. With Herbal Fiberblend and the Garden Trio, I feel healthier." - Sharla Davison, Nampa, Idaho

P.S. In order to match the nutritional power of the Garden Trio, you would need three servings of green vegetables to equal a single serving of BarleyLife.

As for concentrated nutrition, it takes twenty-five pounds of carrots to equal one pound of Just Carrots and twenty-five pounds of beets to equal one pound RediBeets.

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Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve. Nutritional supplements from The AIM Companies™ are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.