AIM Just Carrots

AIM Just Carrots is made from natural carrot juice crystals with
only the fiber removed. Twenty-two pounds of raw carrots are
used to make one canister of AIM Just Carrots powder.
The carrots used in AIM Just Carrots are tested pestcide free, ensuring
that you will get no harmful toxins. A special process is used to produce AIM Just Carrots that ensures nutrients and enzymes remain active. This process
does not use added sugars, sweeteners, or artificial colors to produce AIM Just Carrots.

It is well-established that carrots are a healthy food. They
contain many important nutrients – including alpha- and
beta-carotene, B vitamins, vitamin C, plus calcium, iron,
potassium, and many antioxidants, including lutein. AIM Just
Carrots provides the nutrition you need to develop a strong
foundation for your good health.

Beta-carotene and vitamin A

Beta-carotene is one of about 600 similar compounds called
carotenoids, which are present in many fruits and vegetables.
Of all the carotenoids, beta-carotene is known for its efficient
conversion to vitamin A. Plant sources that are rich in betacarotene
include potatoes, spinach, mango, cantaloupe, kale, and tomatoes, but the highest source of beta-carotene may be found in raw carrots, steamed carrots, and carrot juice.

The body changes beta-carotene found in these foods into
vitamin A, which is important in strengthening the immune
system and promoting healthy cell growth, including reproductive
functioning. Vitamin A helps cells reproduce normally
– a process called differentiation (cells that have not properly
differentiated are more likely to undergo pre-cancerous
changes). For this reason, beta-carotene, as a precursor to
vitamin A, is a natural antioxidant.

Vitamin A plays an important role in vision by helping
to maintain the mucosal linings of the eyes, and is required
for the transduction of light into nerve signals in the retina.
Although vitamin A deficiency blindness is relatively rare in
North America, a vitamin A deficiency may result in making
the cornea very dry and promoting damage to the retina and
Vitamin A also contributes toward  good respiratory, urinary,
and intestinal health by protecting mucous membranes.
When these linings break down, bacteria can enter the body and
cause infection. Some researchers think that vitamin A helps lymphocytes,
a type of white blood cell that fights infections. In this way, vitamin
A may contribute toward boosting the immune system.


Beta-carotene is much more than just a natural source of
vitamin A; it is also an important antioxidant. Only so much
beta-carotene can be changed into vitamin A, and that which
is not changed contributes to boosting the immune system.
Antioxidants fight free radicals and help prevent them from
causing membrane damage, DNA mutation, and lipid (fat) oxidation,
all of which may lead to many of the diseases that we consider “degenerative,” such as cataract or macular degeneration of the eye, heart disease, or cancer.

Benefit of juicing

Fresh fruit and vegetable juices are rich in enzymes that
spark the hundreds of thousands of chemical reactions that
occur throughout the body. Enzymes are essential for the
digestion and absorption of food, for conversion of foodstuffs
into body tissue, and for the production of energy at the cellular
In fact, enzymes are essential for most of the building
and rebuilding that goes on in our bodies every day. Without
enzymes, and the sparks they provide, we would be helpless:
a bag of bones, unable to walk, talk, blink, or breathe. When
foods are heavily cooked, enzymes and helpful phytochemicals
can be destroyed; that is why raw or steamed vegetables and fresh juices are so important to us. They provide us with an excellent source of all-important enzymes and phytonutrients.

When you eat raw carrots, only 1 percent of the betacarotene
is absorbed by the body. Lightly steaming carrots breaks down the fibrous walls of the vegetable and increases the body’s absorption to 19 percent. The process of juicing reduces plant fiber as well, allowing vital nutrients to become
easily absorbed by the body.

Juicing provides another benefit to good health – water.
Water is essential in the digestion and transportation of food,
in the elimination of waste, in the lubrication of joints, in the
regulation of body temperature, and in cellular processes; all
physiological functions rely on water in one way or another.
Most health professionals recommend that we drink eight
glasses of water per day.


How to use AIM Just Carrots

Take 1 Tablespoon once per day. Mix with water, juice, or
other products of the AIM Garden Trio. For best results, place
AIM Just Carrots powder dry under the tongue.

Drink AIM Just Carrots juice immediately after mixing it. AIM Just
Carrots is best taken on an empty stomach: 30 minutes before
or two hours after a meal.

Close tightly after opening and store in a cool,
dry, dark place (70-75 F; 20.1-23.8 C). Do not refrigerate.

You may mix AIM Just Carrots with other AIM products, except
AIM Herbal Fiberblend. Take AIM Herbal Fiberblend one hour
before or 30 minutes after taking AIM Just Carrots powder

Q & A

Can I take too much beta-carotene?
Beta-carotene is nontoxic and does not appear to
affect health apart from strengthening the immune
system. This is unlike synthetic vitamin A supplements,
which can be toxic in large doses. People who take exceptionally
large quantities of beta-carotene may experience
a change in skin tone known as carotenemia. This condition
gives the skin a golden tone and is not harmful.

Are the carrots in AIM Just Carrots organically grown?
The carrots for AIM Just Carrots are tested free of pesticides
and herbicides .

What can you tell me about the processing used for AIM
Just Carrots?
AIM Just Carrots uses a special three-step process. In
this process, beneficial heat-sensitive enzymes are not
destroyed. This has been validated by testing the enzyme
activity of AIM Just Carrots when reconstituted in water.

Is beta-carotene safe to ingest?
The National Institutes of Health states that “provitamin A carotenoids such as beta-carotene are generally considered safe because they are not traditionally associated with adverse health effects.”