Good Nutrition Healthy Life

Increasing your vegetable or fruit intake might not be an easy task and doing more physical activity is no different. Even though organic produce is not sprayed with chemicals, you might feel that they are more expensive for you to accommodate them in your daily diet. But what if we can get it all by simply spending some quality time in the back garden every day. According to Harvard Medical School, 30 minutes of general gardening could help you burn between 135 to 200 calories depending on your weight.

Here is a grid of some of my organic vegetables just to motivate everyone to make their own organic produce this year.

I must say that I am no gardener and I don’t have a huge plot. All of the vegetables came from two 5x2 feet garden borders. With a generous helping of organic fertilizers made with nettle leaves, egg shells, dried banana skin, tea leaves and homemade compost I could manage to produce a continuous supply of extra tasty vegetables throughout the summer and autumn. I could also store some of the vegetables with the help of an additional freezer which lasted until December. Apart from homemade organic fertilizers, I bought one packet of chicken manure and one packet of bone-blood meal from a local garden supply store.

So in short, if I can do it, anyone can do it!! 

Have a healthy 2018...


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