Seven Victory Garden Ideas

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Seven Victory Garden Ideas

The 2015 Great NEWS posts are dedicated to sharing Healthy Habits to revitalize our energy, health, nutrition and longevity. Today’s post will share Seven Victory Garden Ideas. With the ongoing controversy regarding Genetically Engineered (GE) and Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) being grown and sold as food it may be more important than ever to plant a garden. GMOs may contain some of the most harmful and toxic compounds we ingest on a regular basis. Billions of pounds of GMO crops and chemicals are being produced and sold each year which may be contributing significantly to the major medical problems and excessive use of pharmaceutical drugs around the world. People are struggling with complications and diseases that may be directly linked to unhealthy foods. Consuming nutrient dense organic whole foods is a key part of being healthy.  This post will share Seven Victory Garden Gift Ideas that are easy to pit into action.

Organic Vegetables

Many people are unaware of how easy it is to grow your own organic victory garden for food.

Many people are unaware of how easy it is to grow your own organic victory garden for food. Foods at the grocery store are often less fresh and healthy since they tend to be: added additives,  preservatives, picked early, over processed, refined and treated with chemicals. When we grow our own nutrient dense organic whole foods they tend provide more of the antioxidants, enzymes, minerals, phyto-nutrients, trace elements and vitamins than commercial and conventional store bought foods.

Grow Your Own Food

Easy to grow foods vary depending on where we live and the weather patterns. In many areas people have a wide selection of victory garden and yard foods like: avocados, beans, berries, fruits, greens, herbs, lentils, plants, roots, vegetables and wild foods that can be grown.

In the southern zone where it is warmer it is easy to grow: aloe vera, amaranth, beets, berries, cabbage, cactus, collard greens, cucumbers, dandelion, herbs, kale, lettuce, melons, moringa, mustard greens, okra, olives, onions, peas, potatoes, sprouted seeds, squash, tomatoes and water melons. Fruits that can be grown include: figs, grapefruit, lemons, limes, mulberry, muscadine grapes, oranges, peaches, plums, and pomegranates.

Discover the amazing health benefits and family fun from planting a garden to eat naturally nutrient dense organic whole foods. You can even make raw cultured and fermented foods with bok choy, cabbage, carrots, Chinese cabbage, eggplant, Napa cabbage, okra, peppers and tomatoes. You can also grow healing herbs (basil, cilantro, dandelion, oregano, rosemary, and spearmint. Edible flowers can include: chrysanthemums, dandelions, nasturtiums, pansies, rose hips and squash.

Tomatoes

Consuming nutrient dense organic whole foods is a great way to maintain and sustain our happiness, health and vitality.

Any food you can grow to avoid eating commercially produced fake, fast and junk foods is a good thing. When you grow and prepare your own food be aware and careful to avoid adding artificial additives, chemicals, colors, flavoring, HFCS), Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO), Monosodium Glutamate (MSG), preservatives, sugars and vegetable oils.

Consuming nutrient dense organic whole foods is a great way to maintain and sustain our happiness, health and vitality.

Chemical Fertilizers, Fungicides, Herbicides, Insecticides and Pesticides are Toxic

All synthetic chemicals and compounds used to grow, prepare or process foods are harmful to human health. They are absorbed by our intestines, skin and tissues and result in significant health complications and conditions over time. It is a well known fact that synthetic chemicals and compounds can cause serious reactions, side effects and toxicity. These complex synthetic chemicals,  compounds and  concoctions build up and contribute to our body breaking down with cancers and disease.

Seven Victory Garden Ideas

  1. My friend Ard van der Steen started EasyGrow Costa Rica to help people start an organic garden in a container on a balcony, porch or terrace.
  2. Tower Gardening was introduced to me by my friend Terri Bolton a Certified Holistic Health Coach two years ago. Now it is easy to access the benefits of Tower Gardening and see how it fits almost anywhere.
  3. Natural News introduced their hydroponic garden in 2015. You can find excellent design and how to information on the Food Rising grow boxes website.
  4. Trellis

    Vertical Gardening is the process of growing foods upward and on vines on trellises.

    Vertical gardening is the process of growing foods upward and on vines on trellises. This is great for those that have limited ground space and want to maximize their yields.

  5. Growing food in containers and pots is another way to grow a garden even if you do not have a lawn.
  6. Are you ready to live on the wild side and try wild foods? Wild edible foods are easy to find and since they are wild they grow on their own. Check out Grow Your Own Groceries for a wealth of information on DIY #gardening tips and victory gardens.
  7. For those blessed with big gardens and those concerned about plowing, tilling and weeding watch Garden of Eden to discover an easier and more efficient way of #gardening.

Healthy Habits

The Healthy Habits 2015 series offers simple suggestions to help create and maintain our happiness, health and harmony. Seven Great Garden Ideas was shared to help us become more food independent. Our finances, health, and wellness may depend on being able to grow some of our food and groceries. If we want to be healthy and well fed we must do our part to learn about gardening and plant a victory garden.

This Great NEWS post on Healthy Habits shared a variety of easy and effective methods to grow our own groceries. When we invest the energy, money and time do plant a garden Mother Nature rewards us with beautiful flowers and home grown produce.

What is your current Gap?

What foods, fruits and herbs are you buying that you could grow to promote better health and nutrition? What foods would be wise for you to learn to grow so you are less dependent on Big Ag and Biotechnology companies adulterated GMO fake food and products. Can you think of some unhealthy foods that could be replaced with home grown choices instead?

Mastery Action Plan (MAP)

What daily mastery action plans will help with growing an organic victory garden? Create a checklist of small steps and schedule them on your calendar to start growing nutrient dense organic whole foods. What benefits for your children or neighbors children could occur if they are given an incentive to grow and maintain a victory garden for one year. What research, resources and role models will help you create a beautiful victory garden? What seven fresh foods you really enjoy would motivate you to grow your own?

Call to Action

What comments, commitments or concerns come to mind regarding setting up a Victory Garden antioxidants and anti-aging?  What other ideas and inspiration will help motivate us towards better behaviors, beliefs and biology for a healthier 2015 and beyond?

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Seven Magnificent Medicinal Mushrooms

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By | 2015-07-28T11:34:07+00:00 June 11th, 2015|Improving Health, Nutrition|0 Comments

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I am Michael Morningstar, the Great NEWS Coach and host for The Great NEWS Perfect Health website and Great NEWS Letter. I am excited about sharing my passion and vision for Great NEWS (Nutrition, Emotions, Wellness & Success) Perfect Health principles.

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