Friday, August 16, 2013

Plant A Garden And Grow Food Not Grass.



This is a very interesting discussion to have. People who suffer from an auto-immune disease like Celiac Disease, gluten-intolerance and a variety of other health concerns face challenges that require a lot of education and obstacles everyday.Yes. It's often unfair, tiring, expensive and the hurdles can bring us down, but we can't live this way forever.

Take Life By The Seeds
If you have property then your'e already growing grass, watering, feeding and looking at it already. If you don't have property you can find an inexpensive community garden plot and/or share it with neighbors and grow your own food. Gather some new or used tools and plant your future.

Those Earlier Men/Women 
I know it seems like ages ago, but most human beings used to grow their own food to survive. Yes. It's easy to go to the grocery store in 2013, but when you have a health condition, you have an opportunity to step it up and overcome.



Videos - Learn To Plant A Garden Together


How to plant a garden

Planting your first garden

How to build a backyard garden

What to plant early in the season

Later Summer garden tips

What to plant in the late Summer

What to plant in the Fall

Grow vegetables in containers