For years I have been watching health programmes and it tends to all boil down to one principle; cut out fatty foods and move more, after all; ‘you are what you eat’! Without even
There is an abundance of health advantages to taking advantage of when you grow your own including exercise, healthy eating, social benefits and a sense of
Luckily where I live I can take a 20-minute walk to my allotment, which gets my heart racing and this is before I do anything on the allotment. Throughout all seasons I am growing vegetables,
Throughout all seasons I am growing vegetables,
Keeping myself active whether it’s a few jobs here and there, has helped maintain my mobility and has kept me smiling (having a pad to kneel on does have its advantages too)!
Eating home-grown produce has had
I also know my food hasn’t
It’s also fantastic to see people enjoying the food you have grown from seed and it gives you a great sense of pride. I’m very happy when I hear murmurs of people enjoying their food, which also contributes to good health. If you’re happy
If you don’t have the spare cash, there is always the opportunity to grow in the garden or even in the kitchen. There are physical attributes to growing your own; it’s mentally fulfilling to see them grow into such healthy yields and its ideal when wanting to eat healthier.
Try it yourself and find out what growing your own could do to your health,