Growing Vegetables with Extra Nutrition Just the Way Nature Intended

For those who have a garden and a person recommends to you that you might think about growing vegetables there rather than growing ornamental plants, undoubtedly, it’ll seem to be a good plan for you. And it is as well. One wonders although why nobody raises the thought of growing vegetables with extra nutritional content than you’d typically discover. You benefit more from turning organic with some kinds of cheap organic food than with others

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Clearing the Air about Whole Food Nutrition

It’s always easier to pick white bread over brown – because white is what they have a lot of choice in at the supermarket. Still, you take the trouble to look for brown because that’s what gives you the whole food nutrition your family deserves – they make it with the whole wheat kernel with endosperm, germ and bran all intact. Or do they? In truth, it doesn’t mean anything that it claims that it’s “brown bread ” or “wheat bread” on the package. Those kinds of bread simply need to try to tap a market that’s too finicky to prefer brown bread but would still like to feel kind of self-righteous. It’s made with no more than 20% or so whole-wheat. You need to take a close look at the list of ingredients to be really sure what you’re buying. Wherever you turn in your efforts to buy whole food nutrition for your family, this is the kind of word play you need to overcome.

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Get Kids To Eat Vegetables

One of the keys to healthy dinner recipes is planning and to make a healthy family meal. No one really wants to eat healthy all the time. Everyone wants to splurge now and then. What you need to do is keep track of what you’re eating. For example, if your healthy dinner recipes for Monday and Wednesday include chicken, perhaps Tuesday you can eat fish.

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Growing vegetables in a World War II era victory garden

You’ve doubtless noticed the soaring cost of groceries lately. Yes, we all know about the price of gas raising the cost of transporting goods, thus raising the price of food. Now we hear that bees are disappearing from their hives at a truly alarming rate – at last report, it’s estimated that fully 30% of all the bees have mysteriously disappeared in just the past year. The implications for the future prices of produce don’t bear thinking about when you put the two factors together. Just as in the World War II era of the so-called victory garden, we may well think about growing vegetables in our own gardens this summer.

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Broccoli Sprouts Is A Natural Detox Agent

Broccoli is one of the most versatile type of vegetables one can have today. This vegetable can be eaten raw with a dip, tossed lightly into a stir fry or steamed and served with butter. Another veg that one can consider i the broccoli sprouts. Broccoli sprouts are just as good as broccoli and can be a nice alternative to serving broccoli in the traditional sense.

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5 to 10 a day – 10 ways to make it happen

You still may be working on your new year’s resolutions and with warmer weather on the horizon, we’re reminded of our goals to maintain a healthy weight and eat those 5-10 fruits and veggies every day. But if you’re wondering how on earth to get your 5-10 daily, here are some tips from Go South! chef Nicole Young:

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5 to 10 a day

The 5 to 10 a day website’s goal “is to reduce the risk of cancer and cardio-vascular disease, by encouraging Canadians to consume at least five servings of vegetables and fruit a day as part of a healthy diet (as described in Canada’s Food Guide to Healthy Eating), and as part of a healthy lifestyle. The aim of the campaign is not only to create awareness, but also to change people’s eating habits, within a healthy, active lifestyle.

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