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“Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.” ~Albert Einstein
As people strive to improve their health and evolve their food choices to a more plant-based diet, it is easy to get lost along the way. You can happily end up living on chocolate whole-wheat croissants for breakfast, cheese pizza for lunch and a large bowl of Fettuccine Alfredo for dinner; but the pounds will eventually stack up as your energy declines. When you transition to a more vegetarian way of eating it is important to educate yourself about the nutrients your body will need on a daily basis.
Learn how to create a balance of vegetable protein, carbohydrates and quality fats with each meal. You must also replace the six essential nutrients provided by animal proteins with plant-based foods containing the protein, iron, zinc, calcium, B12, and Essential Fatty Acids that are reduced with the elimination of meat, poultry, pork and fish. The fun part is putting them together into delicious recipes and then chewing slowly for the full satisfying experience. Read more:
Hey there, just another article that I wanna share with yah. Thought you might want to know this.. My husband is also aware about GMO foods and he is into this thing. I refused to listen to him in first place that he told me about this GMO, but I was shocked when I started doing my own research on GMO and its suspected links to many - if not hundreds - of diseases, health issues and deaths.
I'm so happy that my husband is aware of this, every-time we are going to grocery store, he always make sure we are not taking any-kind of food contained of GMO products. :)
That's why I agreed to be a gardener to protect my family from this new threat. I have to take swift action to safeguard my family from the newest threat to their survival.
Read this useful article below;
Gmo Free Gardening In Minimal Space - Even If You Don't Have A Yard
Here are the 3 Lies of Monsanto Want You To Believe
The world isn't what it used to be. Every day our health and our lives are under attack by the very people and companies we rely on to feed us, help us and keep us safe.
Due to the enormous political clout that the Biotech industry has, the American public is being lied to. Lied to about to about what is in the prepackaged foods we eat, what is in our produce and what affects these things have on our lives… current and future.
Big Biotech is telling us that their crops result in better yields, are perfectly safe for consumption and are the solution to global hunger.
And many Americans believe it…
But the fact is we're slowly distancing ourselves from the reality of the situation. The government is herding us - en mass – to corporate controlled foods, and as we fall victim to this lack of oversight we are heading devastating close to a threat that nature... at its worse … could never equal.
We are in an economy on the brink of collapse - we have become active (yet unwilling) participants in the very Lies and Untruths that will be our demise.
Lie #1: Genetically Modified Foods Are Safe And Pose No Threat To Your Health
The Truth: While studies with minimal independent oversight and news sources compromised by ties to Monsanto and other GMO corporations continue to spread the propaganda that GM foods are safe for human consumption, the hard evidence continues to bear out that this is not the case.
Since the widespread introduction of GM foods into the American diet in 1996, the percentage of Americans with chronic health issues has nearly doubled from 7 percent to 13 percent. Indeed, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine urges doctors to recommend non-GM diets for all patients regardless of condition.
Lie #2: Genetically Modified Crops Benefit The Environment And Pose No Threat To Nature
The Truth: GM crops do pose irreparable harm to multiple facets of the environment. Their artificially enhanced hardiness enables them to drive out naturally occurring plants by robbing them of nutrients, decreasing biodiversity.
They are also engineered to be resistant to pesticide, but as the GM crops became more widely used and more resistant so did the highly adaptable weeds that surrounded them, turning these weeds into superweeds. Which means more must be used to kill off any weeds that survive treatment.
Despite GMO companies’ constant insistence that their products represent a kind of evolution, the fact is that the current strategy of combating weeds with engineered crops that can withstand herbicides and then blasting fields with chemicals is by no means an advance in the evolution of crops.
Lie #3: Genetically Modified Foods Will Help Prevent The Coming Global Food Crisis
The Truth: The most popularly cited contention in favor of GMOs is its claimed positive effect on crop yield, but according to a definitive 2009 report by an independent research organization known as the Union of Concerned Scientists, GM crops experience no increase in yield and even saw a decline in some cases. GM crops are classified as the intellectual property of the source company and are illegal to reproduce.
Even more troubling, the core issue surrounding the coming global food crisis stems from a lack of infrastructure in the most at need countries. It has little to nothing to do with a need for improved crop yield. Basically, Biotech companies are using the food crisis as an avenue to get their trademarked Crops to the rest of the world… and to increase their profits.
The Good News Is…
Now that you are more properly educated on the effects and potential long-term issues of consuming GM food, there are three simple solutions to prevent you from falling victim to the myths instigated by Monsanto.
Discover more here how to get your GMO free garden set up by this weekend, tricks on how to grow enough food for my family of 4 or more with minimal space, how you can save money on your grocery bills, what simple methods you can do to make this system sustainable, reusable and best of all how you can grow GM-Free organic produce year round.
-"Article by Skip Tanner – Survivalist, Hunter, Gardener, Author and Expert Prepper.
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My husband and I will start growing our own organic vegetables foods and I'm the gardener, ouch but I'm sure I will be doing it with fun. I love gardening though, it is one of my favorite hobby. Hopefully, the gardening will love me as well this time, lol. I remember, I was doing a gardening when I was child and I was wondering why my garden is not doing well? What did I done wrong? Why the plants is not growing? So many questioned in my mind, sigh.. I loved to do gardening but whatsoever I had no knowledge how to do it right. :( However, because i'm doing a gardening again, I want this to be it right. I've searched and searched how to grow organic vegetables properly online, and luckily I've found some that turn my interest on.
I would like to share this good article that I've found with you. Hope that it well help you as well. Good luck!
High yielding, low maintenance vegetable gardening that’s perfect for our modern-day lifestyle
When we think of organic gardening and permaculture we tend to conjure up images of bearded warriors dressed in overalls who dedicate their lives to working long days in their vegetable plots. Whilst this may be a wonderful way to live your life, it doesn’t suit the average suburbanite with a full-time job and a hefty mortgage.
Growing food is typically seen as either an art form or damned hard work. It’s no wonder that very few people produce enough food to feed their family. But what if a technique came along that was so easy and so prolific that even the busiest corporate executive could grow a significant portion of their family’s food in less time than it takes to drive to the shops. Ecological gardening just might be the answer. In my experience, it’s the ultimate modern-day convenience vegetable plot.
An ecological garden is an ecosystem made up of edible plants, and it behaves in exactly the same way as a natural habitat. Over time, you become more of an observer than a gardener as you watch Mother Nature do most of the work.
The wonderful thing about nature is that she works tirelessly, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Nature follows very simple laws and works in the same way, on any system, anywhere in the world. To understand ecological gardening, observing natural ecosystems can provide us with the answers we need. A natural ecosystem is made up of thousands of living and non-living components all coexisting in a given area. Each living component occupies its own niche space and the role of the niche space is very important to understand when creating an ecological garden.
Let’s look at an example. Imagine a giant rainforest tree crashing to the ground after standing tall for hundreds of years. Such a large tree would have filled an enormous niche space. Lying in the soil, hundreds of dormant seeds spring to life, desperately fighting for their opportunity to occupy the best real estate in the forest - the empty niche space. The niche space is quickly filled and harmony is restored.
When we look at a traditional vegetable garden with this type of insight, what we see is a very unnatural system. There is very little diversity and a lot of empty niche spaces. Nature enforces her will on vegetable gardens in exactly the same way she does a rainforest, and this means that empty niches spaces will be filled as quickly as possible. However, in a traditional vegetable garden there are no desirable seeds waiting to fill the niches spaces, so weeds fill them instead.
The solution to this problem is to create a garden that has tightly filled niche spaces so that weeds don’t have any opportunities. We can achieve this by using a planting arrangement that mimics a natural ecosystem. This type of planting arrangement also creates a range of highly protected micro-climates. This ideal growing environment causes your plants to last much longer. Greens don’t bolt to seed as soon as a hot spell hits and cold sensitive plants are more protected as well. The planting arrangement also creates a natural form of pest management.
Managing an ecological garden is different to managing a traditional vegetable garden. With an ecological garden, there is far less to do. As you become the observer and allow nature to take over as head gardener, you will notice that the garden is in a continual state of gentle change, just like a natural ecosystem. It can be difficult for the traditional gardener to stand back and observe, as many of us instinctively like to control things. This style of gardening calls for a great deal of faith in natural laws.
Absolutely everyone from farmers to inner-city townhouse dwellers can create an ecological garden. It may seem strange, but if you have never grown food before then you are, in some ways, at an advantage. Like all industries, the gardening industry can get stuck in doing things a certain way and most seasoned gardeners will inevitably over-work the garden. As a species, human beings prospered when we learnt to cultivate food using tilling and other traditional agricultural methods, so it’s difficult to turn back to where we came from - nature. It might even feel like a step in the wrong direction. But if we can let go of our need to control every living thing on the planet, and start to work with nature, we actually gain more control by being able to grow food more efficiently than ever before. It’s a paradox - but it works!
Growing food is not hard work, especially when you have nature helping you 24/7. A small area can provide you with a bounty of food, saving your family thousands of dollars per year. Most of us don’t have much time to spend in the garden, including me. I only invest around eight hours per year to growing my food, and although I live on a small farm, I only use a space of around 6m x 6m. That’s an area that could fit into many suburban backyards several times over. The most wonderful thing about this method is that I know I can ignore my vegetable garden for months and it won’t miss a beat. So, if you believe growing food is only for tough, bearded warriors with a lot of time - think again. Ecological gardening could be just the thing for you.
"Jonathan White is an Environmental Scientist and the founder of the Food4Wealth Method. For more information CLICK HERE."
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