Concentrated nutrition of Just Carrots
The name says it all: AIM Just Carrots ® supplements your diet with the concentrated juice powder of carrots—and for a good reason. Carrots are a rich source of beta-carotene, a carotenoid antioxidant necessary for the production of vitamin A. And there are even more antioxidants in carrots, including alphacarotene and lutein.
Antioxidants boost your immune system by protecting against free radicals, which create systemic inflammation—a major cause of disease and accelerated aging. With Just Carrots, you get the wealth of protective antioxidants and other phytonutrients found in raw carrots without having to juice them yourself. AIM uses a juicing process that removes the natural fiber in carrots, leaving easily absorbed nutrients. By mixing the fiber-less juice powder in water, you have concentrated carrots in a glass—nutrition for your overall health, and, in particular, nutrients that are essential for your eyes and skin.
For over eighteen months I had a yeast infection in my ears, which required trips to the ENT every six weeks for debridment and acid drops every morning and night. I had acquired the infection through hair dye, and the doctor said I would have it the rest of my life. I was miserable. I had been taking BarleyLife since 1995, and since I’d always heard juicing carrots was good, I started the recommended 1 tablespoon of Just Carrots daily. Within 5 weeks, my yeast infection was completely gone! At my follow-up visit to the doctor, he looked into my ears and asked, “What did you do?” Once I told him, he stated, “It’s the beta-carotene. I’ve seen this happen before in people who juice.” That left no doubt in my mind from that day on. I will take JustCarrots the rest of my life!
- Bettiann Lloyd, AIM Preferred Member, Austin, Texas
I have used Just Carrots daily for about fifteen years. On a recent visit to an ophthalmologist, he commented that I had the best retinas he had ever seen. I asked, “You mean for a fiftys-ix-year-old?” He said. “No, they are the best I’ve ever seen.” My husband’s jaw dropped, and I tried not to
look too smug. But I sure felt smug!
- Cass Brown Capel, AIM Director and PhD, Auburn, California