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"For People Who Cannot See Very Well and Need Reading Glasses, But Don't Want to Wear Them, Like Me."



In 1991, through a routine eye exam, I discovered I was nearsighted.

I had to start wearing glasses to drive a car, go to a movie or watch a sporting event.

A few years later, I got married. 

My husband was into health and nutrition, so I started juicing with him and taking a supplement called BarleyLife.

Then one morning while getting ready for work, I put on my glasses. Everything was blurry. 

I thought my eyesight had gotten worse

When I took off my glasses, however, I could perfectly see.

So I no longer needed to wear glasses. 


Like Most People, I'm Not A Health Nut

Over the years I stopped juicing and taking BarleyLife. (I'm not crazy about the way they taste.)

Then I noticed I had to keep increasing the screen size on my computer.

I also had trouble seeing the channel guide on the TV.

And it made me nervous to drive at night.  

One day while at the grocery store, I bought a pair of reading glasses.

I hated wearing them, but I needed help to see. (I did not want to go back to the eye doctor.)

So I decided to start taking BarleyLife  and JustCarrots again.

I'm not exactly sure how long it took, but I noticed my eyesight was getting better again.

Now I don't have to increase the screen size on my computer and I can see when I'm driving at night. 

I'm so glad I no longer need to wear reading glasses!

What if it works for you the way it has for me?

P.S. As they get older, most people have to get a stronger prescription for their glasses.

So why did my eyesight get better?

Concentrated nutrition.

When your cells need to make repairs, they need something to work with - nutrition. Otherwise, slowly but surely, you'll begin to deteriorate.

That's why it's important for you to get the right nutrition, every single day.

It's better than having to wear reading glasses, don't you think?
 

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve. BarleyLife® and JustCarrots
® are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results may vary per person.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is it? There are several products I use for my eyesight. One of them is a green powder called BarleyLife. The other one is a carrot juice powder named JustCarrots.


Q: How much do they cost? It depends. Let me tell you how they come. They have several options, depending on what you want.

The retail price of BarleyLife is $54.00, while the retail price of JustCarrots is $42.00.

(If you like buying in bulk, they have six canisters of BarleyLife for $309, while a six-pack of JustCarrots is $237.)

You also have the option of becoming a Member and getting them at wholesale.

You know how Costco and Sam's Club have an annual membership? And then you get things at a special member price?

This works like that.

For a one-time fee of $20, you get a membership. This allows you to get BarleyLife and JustCarrots at the wholesale price and save money.

(If you're a bargain hunter, the wholesale member price for the BarleyLife six-canister package is $288, which comes to $48.00 per canister. The member price for the JustCarrots is $222, which comes to $37.00 per canister.) 

By the way, when you buy $100 or more on your first order, the $20 application fee is waived and you get your membership for free.

(If you decide to sign-up for the monthly auto-ship, you get an additional 5 percent discount on orders of $100 or more. On orders of $300 or more, you get an additional 10 percent discount.)

The Bottom Line: A single canister of BarleyLife costs $50.50, while a canister of JustCarrots costs $39.50. They both last about a month.

Q: I already take a multivitamin. Why should I start taking BarleyLife and JustCarrots? Because it's real food.

On the other hand, most multivitamins are useless and unhealthy, because they're synthetic (made in a laboratory).

In other words, your body does not absorb them.

"Your body isn't designed to take synthetic vitamins, regards them as toxins, and attempts to eliminate them as rapidly as possible. They speed up the aging process, rob your body of energy and provide expensive color to your urine."
Dr. Joel Robbins, M.D.

Why waste your money on synthetic vitamins, when they do much more harm than good?

Q: How do they make BarleyLife and Just Carrots? They take plants such as barley grass and carrots and juice them. They are then made into a powder.

When you drink them, your body absorbs the nutrients as if you had actually eaten them.

Over the years, there have been many "green super food" products on the market.

They're nothing more than mulched grass. They're cheap to make, have few nutrients, but high profits.

(It’s the same as drinking yard grass clippings.)

On the other hand, over forty years has been invested into perfecting the process of making BarleyLife.

(This includes cutting, juicing, spray-drying, and vacuum-sealing the young barley plants, within minutes after they are harvested.)

This is what separates BarleyLife and JustCarrots from the Amazon, eBay and grocery store cheapies.


Q: Is there any fiber in it? No. Most supplements have fiber because it's a cheap filler. You get less of the expensive ingredients (vitamins, minerals, enzymes, etc.)

On the other hand, BarleyLife and JustCarrots do not have fillers. You get nothing but concentrated nutrition.

(They also do not have pesticides, food coloring, processed sugar, synthetic stabilizers, starch, gluten, soy, wheat, corn, binders, or filler. There are no preservatives or other toxic additives.)

Q: Does they cure disease? BarleyLife and JustCarrots are not promoted as products that cure disease. (The human body is the real miracle. It simply needs high-quality food to do its work. BarleyLife and JustCarrots are a high-quality food.)

Q: Will BarleyLife and JustCarrots work for me? Since you are unique, no one knows what concentrated nutrition will do for you.

That's why we say No Promises. No Problems. The only way to know how BarleyLife and JustCarrots will work for you is to try them.

Q: Who makes BarleyLife and JustCarrots? They're made by The AIM Companies, a forty year old company in Nampa, Idaho. They've been around since 1982.

(They have offices in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and South Africa. AIM products are available in more than 30 countries around the world.)

Q: Is The AIM Companies a network marketing company? Yes, it's a no-nonsense company with a focus on health and nutrition.

There is the option to do network marketing, if someone wants to do it.

However, I focus on getting customers. I use this website to bring information about BarleyLife and JustCarrots directly to people who want to learn more about it. The AIM Companies compensates me to do that, instead of setting up retail stores.

Anyway, I do not hype or hound anyone, in case you're worried about that.

Fewer than 1 in a 100 people want to do any type of sales. Why annoy them and take a chance on losing a good customer?

The Bottom Line: If buying a nutritional supplement from a network marketing company makes you feel at all uncomfortable, then you should not order BarleyLife or JustCarrots.

Q: How often do I have to order? You only order what you need. There is no monthly quota or required minimum order. (You order what you want, when you want it.)

Many folks are understandably skeptical of network marketing companies and concerned they'll have products coming to their house every month, even if they don't want them.

An AIM membership is simply a wholesale number, like you get at Sam's Club. It allows you to order products at the wholesale price and save money.

Q: Do they come with a guarantee? BarleyLife and JustCarrots come with an absolute satisfaction, no small print guarantee.

If for any reason you're not completely satisfied, simply return the unused portion within 30 days, for a full 100 percent money-back refund. No hassles and no hard feelings.


Q: How do I place an order?
 You have the option of ordering online or calling 1-800-456-2462. It's extremely convenient and your order arrives within 5 to 7 days.


Here's What You Get With BarleyLife and JustCarrots


- The barley grass plant, one of the most nutritious plants on earth

- Juiced carrot powder, nearly 139 large carrots in each container (22 pounds)

- An excellent source of Vitamin C, Vitamin K and Vitamin A  

- Made from real food, not synthetic vitamins, which are risky to your health 

- Antioxidants (cancer fighters), chlorophyll (healer of sick cells) and phytochemicals (plant medicines) 

- Amino acids, digestive enzymes, plant proteins and more 

- A No Hassles, No Fine Print, Money Back Guarantee


The Detriments of BarleyLife and JustCarrots

You may be thinking, "All of this sounds good, but what are the negatives regarding BarleyLife and JustCarrots?"

The following are the detriments of these whole-food powders:

- You cannot buy them at a retail store. If you run out and don't have a back-up, it can take 5 to 7 days to get your order. (You can do a monthly auto-ship.) 

- You may not like the taste of them. (BarleyLife is available in veggie capsules. JustCarrots only comes in a powder.) 

- You may not like the taste of them Part II - I prefer BarleyLife in veggie capsules. (I'm not crazy about the taste of BarleyLife.) My husband and son mix the BarleyLife powder and JustCarrots with Peak Endurance, a powder for energy. (The flavor is blueberry acai. Our teenage son loves the taste of it!)    

- You may have trouble getting your child or spouse to even try it. (We used to put BarleyLife in juice for our picky eater son. Now we mix everything with Peak Endurance.) 

- You may feel worse after you first start taking them. This is because your body is getting rid of toxins. You might get tired, have a rash or headache. (This can last a few days.) 

- The kelp and Vitamin K in BarleyLife can interfere with some medications. As long as your doctor has not forbidden you from eating salads or green vegetables, you can take BarleyLife. 

- You may feel the cost does not fit your budget. You should not buy BarleyLife, JustCarrots or Peak Endurance if you are unable to afford them. (Cheap supplements are not good and good supplements are not cheap. Quality is everything. No matter how little you pay, the most expensive supplement is one that doesn't work.) 

- Because it's real food, BarleyLife and JustCarrots are best absorbed on an empty stomach. It may not always be convenient to wait until you have an empty stomach. (We take them first thing in the morning. Our son drinks them throughout the day.) 

- Nutritional supplements take time to rebuild your body. They're not a quick fix like drugs or surgery. (If you have poor eyesight, take BarleyLife and JustCarrots for at least three months, to notice a difference and feel confident you're doing the right thing for you and your family.)

BarleyLife and JustCarrots are a part of the path to an overall healthy lifestyle. 

Removing sugar, grains, and vegetable oils from your diet - along with eating well, exercising well, sleeping well, minimizing stress, and getting plenty of sunshine - goes a long way towards putting the odds for good health and better eyesight in your favor.

Note: By the way, in addition to protecting your eyes, did you know carrots can reduce your risk of a stroke? 

In her book, "Food: Your Miracle Medicine," Jean Carper explains how a carrot a day can reduce your risk of stroke by 86 percent. 

How many carrots have you eaten today?

P.S. BarleyLife and JustCarrots are for people who believe nutrition matters.

They cannot see very well and need reading glasses, but don't want to wear them, like me.

They do not believe they get everything they need for good eye health strictly from their diet.

Does that sound like you?


For a limited time, free shipping is available for new members. If your first product order is $100 or more and you choose the least expensive delivery method, you do not pay for shipping.