Say Good morning to healthy Eating

There is nothing more wonderful and full filling than walking around your garden in the morning and snacking on your homegrown harvest for a healthy breakfast.

From tomatoes to strawberries, green beans to peas.

High protein and full of fibre and natural probiotics.

It can be as simple as a few pots just outside your window it will always be worth the effort to start growing your own fruit and veg.

In fact, just 1 cup (89 grams) of raw green cabbage contains (2):

  • Calories: 22

  • Protein: 1 gram

  • Fiber: 2 grams

  • Vitamin K:

  • Vitamin C:

  • Folate:

  • Manganese:

  • Vitamin B6:

  • Calcium:

  • Potassium:

  • Magnesium:

Cruciferous vegetables like cabbage contain many different antioxidants that have been shown to reduce chronic inflammation.

Cabbage is packed with Vitamin C,

Improves digestion.

Maintains a healthy heart, Cabbage contains two substances that have been shown to decrease unhealthy levels of LDL cholesterol. Eating more potassium-rich cabbage/ greens is a delicious way to lower high blood pressure and may help keep it within a healthy range.

Green beans are a good source of vitamins and minerals. Green beans contain many essential vitamins, including folate. One cup of raw green beans contains 33 micrograms (mcg) of folate, almost 10 percent of the daily recommended value. Folate is a B vitamin that helps prevent neural tube defects and other birth defects .

Raspberries also contain small amounts of Vitamin A, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin B6, calcium and zinc (1). Raspberries are a good source of fiber and vitamin C. They contain many other important vitamins and minerals as well.

Anyway I am sure you get the picture. Growing your own organic fruit and veg is so rewarding in so many ways.

You can just start small in raised beds with seedlings or planting seeds. You may be a advanced grower and just knowing the health benefits and taking care of your health by growing the right foods for you.

Our Fb page HOLISTIC WAYS PERMACULTURE GLAMPING AT LA TOUTINIERE can keep you up to date with helpful tips and information to grow your own or you could join one of our workshops

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