Healthy vegetable gardening - for a healthier you!
are sick and depleted
of essential nutrients
and important trace minerals.
1. Healthy Soil
2. Healthy Plants
3. Healthy You
If ever “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, it is here. Healthy vegetable gardening begins by focusing on a few basic needs of the SOIL. Get this right, and you can avoid many common plant diseases and pests, and end up with healthy vegetables and fruits! What does the soil need?
There is no need to stumble through all the
mistakes that most beginning gardeners make. It
doesn’t take a green thumb to do healthy
vegetable gardening, just a little
knowledge. Each plant in your garden has its own
needs and preferences
Some plants are more picky than others. Give them the right conditions, and your plants will thrive!
What a plant needs:
Though plants have their preferences, if you provide the basics listed above, they become less sensitive to specific needs, and supply you with highly nutritious foods.
Healthy vegetable gardening isn’t only about growing nutrient dense food. It is also about what you do with that food. Things like:
When it comes to human health, the body can be very forgiving if supplied a few necessary things, like good nutrition, probiotics, and exercise.
After extensive research, the items in this right column are ones that my family and I have found useful, and I trust
that they may be helpful to you as well.
Concentrated sea minerals,
blended with herbs,
and olive oils.