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Green Leafy Vegetables, A Nutritive Alkalizing Food High in Fiber Green leafy vegetables are the tender edible leaves consumed from a wide variety of cultivated herbaceous plant species. While there are many different types available, most share basic nutritional qualities with some unique characteristics specific to each variation. Chlorophyll-rich edible greens have healing and protective assets that help to cleanse the blood, balance body pH and are boosting for cognitive and immune functions. Fresh raw greens additionally contain living enzymes and digestible proteins that are especially building for muscle and tissue strength when consumed on a consistent basis. They are one of the highest sources of dietary fiber which helps to normalize bowel movements and has shown to be beneficial for weight loss. https://www.superfoodevolution.com/green-leafy-vegetables.html


Sergei Boutenko discusses 24 commonly found greens you can use in green smoothies, fresh juices, and salads. Kale and spinach are awesome in a green smoothie, but there is a lot more variety out there. If you’re a true greenie, you need to know about these other leafy vegetables. In this YouTube video, Sergei also addresses the importance of rotating the ingredients that go into your green smoothies. BoutenkoFilms Rotate your greens!

The greens discussed in this video are: 1.) Spinach 2.) Purple kale 3.) Green kale 4.) Dinosaur kale 5.) Collard greens 6.) Mustard greens 7.) Turnip greens 8.) Green onions 9.) Baby bok choy 10.) Bok choy 11.) Cabbage 12.) Beet greens 13.) Swiss chard 14.) Green-leaf lettuce 15.) Red-leaf lettuce 16.) Romaine lettuce 17.) Butterhead lettuce 18.) Italian parsley 19.) Parsley 20.) Cilantro 21.) Basil 22.) Dandelion greens 23.) Fennel greens 24.) Wheat grass

What I Eat in a Day by Sergei Boutenko | I Want Abs Movie

BoutenkoFilms Sergei Boutenko demonstrates how to make “Raw Family Green Soup,” a green smoothie recipe based on concepts of Victoria Boutenko from her book “Green Smoothie Revolution

BoutenkoFilms Let me show you how to make a healthy scrumptious salad and yummy nutritious homemade salad dressing every time. No more wasting food on recipes that suck! Buckle up, this master class in cooking will get you sizzling, in a smart and sensible fashion of course.

Best Way to Consume Leafy Greens From Your Garden: Make Juice Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his favorite way to use all the fresh leafy green vegetables he grows in his front yard garden. In this episode, you will learn about juicing and the benefits of turning your leafy greens into a delicious green juice that will ensure you get the most nutrition out of your leafy greens. After watching this episode you will discover what John does with the majority of his leafy greens and why he prefers to use them in this way.
3 Green VEGGIES YOU NEED TO EAT DAILY!! Eat these three greens or veggies everyday to feel your best! Spinach, celery, and kale! I know you’ve heard to eat your daily greens, but here is WHY! It is important for more than just your health. I give suggestions, recipes, some tips, and much more! Hope you love this video and please check out our local produce co-op in Houston called http://www.rawfullyorganic.com. Sending my hugs!

The Fully Raw Diet: 21 Days to Better Health, with Meal and Exercise Plans, Tips, and 75 Recipes Paperback – January 5, 2016

by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram  (Author)

The must-have book for FullyRaw fans or anyone who wants to explore a raw-foods vegan diet to lose weight, gain energy, and improve overall health and wellness Paperback $17.77 Kindle $13.99

The Fully Raw Diet offers a 21-day plan to help people enjoy a clean, plant-based, healthful approach to eating. Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram transformed her own health by eating vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds—100% fresh, raw, and ripe—and she is now the vivacious, uber-healthy founder of the FullyRaw brand. Her ten-year success with this lifestyle inspires thousands via social media, and her 21-day FullyRaw Video Challenge on YouTube in 2014 dramatically grew her fan base. This book shares her advice and will correspond to a new video challenge, with meal and exercise tips, recipes, and vivid photos. Fans will love the smoothies, salads, main dishes, and desserts, such as Lemon-Ginger Blast, Spicy Mango Basil Salad, Yellow Squash Fettuccine Alfredo, Melon Pops, and Caramel-Apple Cups.

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Fridge Tour + What I Eat | FullyRaw Vegan Food Haul by: FullyRawKristina

How to Sprout EASILY for 25 Cents a Day! ?Jar Growing Method for Beginners…
Lisa Mumm Sprouting is an easy, affordable way to enjoy the incredible nutritional benefits of sprouts. In this video, we will answer some frequently asked questions, and help you to grow the most beautiful, nutritious sprouts possible. This video is courtesy of Mumm’s Sprouting Seeds- www.sprouting.com. Enjoy! Questions about sprouting? Feel free to email us at mumms@sprouting.com

How to Easily Grow Sprouts In a Jar Indoors, No Soil Required CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY

Growing sprouts indoors in a jar is a quick, easy and fun way to grow veggies inside in the winter when it’s too cold to grow outside. No soil required here – you can grow tasty food packed with nutrients from seed to sprouts in just a few days.

Growing Microgreens and Sprouts with Home Made Compost

Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute in Puerto Rico which is responsible for making Wheatgrass and Sprouts popular in the health food movement. In this episode, John visits the Ann Wigmore Institute to show you how the make their own high quality compost and use the compost to grow more sprouts, microgreens and vegetables in their garden. First, John will introduce you to the Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute. You will then go on a brief tour of the grounds showing you some of the tropical fruits they are growing. Next, you will discover how the Ann Wigmore Institute creates their own high quality compost from organic matter such as fruit and vegetable scraps, and wheatgrass flat soil. You will then learn how to grow Sunflower Sprouts aka Sunflower greens aka Sunflower Microgreens and how you can continually harvest a tray a day to increase your nutrition. Next, you will discover how they grow wheatgrass and microgreens in a climate controlled room that allows them to decrease mold growth and grow higher quality food for their visitors. Next, you will learn how you can easily sprout your own seeds at home to grow your own radish or other small seeded sprouts without soil. You will then learn some of the vegetables that are growing in their screen house garden in the tropics. You will discover some of the best crops to grow in the tropics as well as how you can grow northern crops such as lettuce in the tropics and which varieties grow best. You will learn about the most successful crop they are growing in Puerto Rico, the Malabar Spinach and how it can be eaten. John will then share some of his recommendations so the Ann Wigmore Institute can grow even better in Puerto Rico. Finally, John will interview the greenhouse manager, Phillippe and ask him the following questions:

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Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Dave Gil’s Indoor Kitchen Garden to show you the easiest vegetables you can grow indoors during any time of year. In this episode, you will learn how growing sprouts and microgreens are the easiest vegetables that can be grown in as little as 3-10 days. You will learn how you can use jars you already own to grow sprouts, and how easy it is to grow microgreens on a wire rack shelf. You will discover how Dave is able to grow the majority of his leafy green vegetables with just 8 square feet of space inside his kitchen. You will learn the specific items you need to start growing indoors as well as where to buy the seeds. You will see Dave’s simple set up for growing his indoor vegetables year-round in Las Vegas, Nevada and how you can grow inside your home as well. Finally, John will interview Dave about growing microgreens, why he started growing food, and much more. Jump to the following parts of this episode: 06:09 How to Grow Sprouts 13:16 How to Grow Microgreens 22:48 How to Water Your Microgreens 31:20 Interview with Gardener, Dave Gil 32:14 Why did you start growing microgreens and sprouts? 32:57 How did your cancer affected by eating sprouts and healthy raw foods? 33:50 How many sprouts do you eat in a day? 34:55 How many hours a day do you invest in growing sprouts and juicing? 36:11 How much time do you invest in just growing sprouts? 38:08 Where do you get your seeds? 39:36 What are some of the tips for growing microgreens? 40:30 When do you use coconut coir and when do you use organic soil? 42:00 Any final comments about growing sprouts and microgreens? 46:36 Are you available to help people grow sprouts or become healthier? 48:00 Any final comments for my viewers today?
How to Grow Microgreens – Full walk-through with TIPS & TRICKS on Red Acre Cabbage!! – On The Grow

How to Grow Microgreens from Start to Finish (COMPLETE GUIDE) Epic Gardening

This is the most comprehensive guide on how to grow microgreens I have ever produced. Follow along as I take you from seed selection and planting ALL the way through the growing process, including some tips on how to harvest, store, and use micro greens in your kitchen.

Four Seasons Gardening- Hydroponics for the Home Gardener

University of Illinois Extension Horticulture

Four Seasons gardening presentation presented by Jeff Kindhart, Senior Research Specialist in Agriculture, on October 7, 2014. This session provides a brief overview of some of the hydroponic systems that are suitable for small scale production. In addition, it will provide an outline to success for those interested in starting a small scale hobby hydroponic project. It will cover aspects such as fertilizer selection, timing, and most suitable crops for use in a home hydroponic system.

Easy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow Food Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to a residence in South Florida to share with you the Mighty Fine Vertical Vegetable Garden. In this episode John shares with you the harsh growing climate of South Florida and how this tow hydroponic system using gro pots is allowing the homeowner to grow their own food. In addition, you will learn more about vertical farming as well as a special shade cloth that reduces not only the light from the sun, but also the heat. Finally, you will learn about a seed raft and how it almost guarantees 100% seed germination.
HYDROPONIC Farm Tour The Farmacy
Next Gen Farming Without Soil and 90% Less Water | GRATEFUL USA TODAY Life
Aeroponics grows fruits and vegetables faster, cheaper and better. RELATED: Making superfood chocolate from raw cacao: https://youtu.be/SrQlCI3Tq58 Vertical farming with Tower Gardens is on the ‘rise’ and rightfully so. You can grow a variety of plants without ANY soil and 90% LESS water. It also requires 10x less space so you can do a lot more in a smaller area. That means easily growing fresh herbs, fruits, vegetables, and flowers both indoors and out. And because everything is grown and picked fresh, the flavor is unbelievable!
Why Vertical Farming is the Future of Food RealLifeLore2 Vertical Farming has come a long way over the last few years. With some amazing new technology, crop yields are increasing while resources required to produce new crops is falling sharply. Can Vertical Farming take the place of traditional farming in the near future? Thanks for checking out RealLifeLore2! The world is such an amazing place that offers so much to explore. Check out the rest of my videos related that dive into an array of interesting topics in the areas of Engineering, Science, Technology, and more.
The Rise of High-Tech Indoor Farming In 2020 Is Gaining Popularity Worldwide Richard Aguilar
It is not always necessary that farming can be done in the field because today, you will see some very high-tech Indoor farming systems. In this video, you are going to witness some countries that are already embracing the advantages and benefits of indoor farming.
$10,000 a month growing microgreens in a basement!
by Urban Farmer Curtis Ston

GROWING 2000 POUNDS OF MICROGREENS PER WEEK!!!

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How to Grow Microgreens in Your Home & Make $100,000+ a Year

1,250,195 views from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits City-Hydro in Baltimore, MD who makes over $100,000 a year growing microgreens in a bedroom. In this episode, you will discover how you can easily grow microgreens in your home to improve the health of you and your family. You will also discover how you can make over $100,00 a year growing microgreens and how to get a FREE 2 Day hands-on training on how to grow microgreens. First, John will show you how you can grow a tray of microgreens in your kitchen with a simple metro style shelf. You will also discover some of the health benefits of eating these micro vegetables. Next, you will share why the farmer started growing microgreens in his extra bedroom. You will get a full tour of his growing operation seeing all the different equipment he is using to grow the microgreens. You will then discover how to grow the microgreens including detailed information on using the best seeds, best water, best trays, best-growing medium, and much, much more. John will take you on a further tour of the grow room sharing with you some common and uncommon tips and tricks about growing microgreens and how he enjoys eating the microgreens. Jump to the following parts of this episode 0:02:21 Growing Microgreens in your Kitchen 0:07:29 Bedroom Converted into Micro Farm 0:09:50 POV Tour of Microgreens Farm 0:13:18 Best Seeds to Grow Microgreens 0:17:13 Proper Water to Use to Grow Microgreens 0:18:39 Best Trays to Grow Microgreens 0:22:40 Best Growing Media 0:24:50 How to Seed a Tray of Microgreens 0:26:00 How to sterilize seeds before germination 0:27:29 Create Proper Germination Environment 0:28:10 Germination Rack (No Lights) 0:29:55 Growing Rack with LED Lights 0:34:15 How to Ensure you are Regulated Less When growing Microgreens 0:35:05 Specific Microgreens that can be grown easily without hassle 0:36:17 My tip for growing microgreens 0:37:17 How Much electricty and water does it take? 0:37:42 How to handle fruit flys and bugs? 0:39:10 Definition of Microgreens 0:40:17 Best Vegan Food to Eat that is Grown Veganically 0:42:59 How to Best Eat Your Microgreens Finally, John will interview Larry, the farmer at City Hydro and ask him the following questions: 0:44:52 Why did you start growing microgreens as a business? 0:47:00 Is it true you only sell inside your zip code and you are maxed out? 0:49:56 How many hours a day do you work? 0:50:21 How to Learn How to Grow Microgreens and Start Your Own Business for $1000 0:51:54 Are the Microgreens you are growing organic? 0:53:10 Do you really only use water to grow your microgreens? 0:54:03 Did you design the system here to grow microgreens? 0:55:57 How much does it cost to grow microgreens? How much do they sell for? 0:57:14 How many farms have you set up in the World? 0:58:57 Why are you open sourcing your information about growing microgreens? 1:00:56 Any final comments or thoughts for my viewers? After watching this episode, you will learn how to grow microgreens using the best practices and how you can start your own microgreens business including training for as low as $1000.00

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Hippocrates Health Institute

You can learn how to grow the best wheatgrass, and live your best life all through the Life Transformation Program offered at Hippocrates Health Institute. Request more information about our 3 week wellness retreat here:

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The Gardening Channel With James Prigioni

The most BEAUTIFUL Cabbages I have ever grown! My organic backyard garden harvest from today.

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Gardening Tips For All Seasons 4 In 1 Bundle:

The Food Growers Top Jobs For The Autumn, Winter, Spring And Summer Planting Seasons

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GARDENING TIPS/TASKS FOR ALL 4 SEASONS!
This 4-Book gardening bundle highlights the different gardening tasks throughout the gardening seasons, it is a book packed with things to do throughout the vegetable gardening year.

Episodes included in this 4-book bundle…

Book 1: Gardening Tips For Autumn: The Food Growers Top 5 Jobs For The Fall

Book 2: Gardening Tips For Winter: The Food Growers Top Jobs For The Winter

Book 3: Gardening Tips For Spring: The Food Growers Top Jobs For The Spring Planting Season.

Book 4: Gardening Tips For Summer: The Vegetable Gardeners Top Jobs For The Summer Growing Season.

Tasks covered include such things as Composting, pruning, plant care, plant support, organicpest control, harvesting, planting, growing, harvesting, plant hardiness zone maps for the United States and the United Kingdom.

Many tasty recipes are also included thanks to F. A. Paris excellent recipe books covering jams, pickles, marmalades, and tasty soup dishes – ideal for making the most out of your gardening efforts.

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The Winter Harvest Handbook: Year Round Vegetable Production Using Deep-Organic Techniques and Unheated Greenhouses
The Winter Harvest Handbook: Year Round Vegetable Production Using Deep-Organic Techniques and Unheated Greenhouses

by Eliot Coleman and Barbara Damrosch | Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLCKindle Edition$15.76   +++++++++++

The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener: How to Grow Your Own Food 365 Days a Year, No Matter Where You Live
The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener: How to Grow Your Own Food 365 Days a Year, No Matter Where You Live

by Niki Jabbour and Joseph De Sciose | Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLCKindle Edition$9.99 ++++++++++++  

Four-Season Harvest: Organic Vegetables from Your Home Garden All Year Long: Organic Vegetables from Your Home Garden All Year Long, 2nd Edition
Four-Season Harvest: Organic Vegetables from Your Home Garden All Year Long: Organic Vegetables from Your Home Garden All Year Long, 2nd Edition

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Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers by [Brickell, Christopher]
Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers Kindle Edition

by Christopher Brickell  (Author)

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An updated edition of the best-selling highly illustrated garden plant reference, featuring more than 8,000 plants and 4,000 photographs.

Choose the right plants for your garden and find all the inspiration and guidance you need with the Encyclopedia of Plants & Flowers. Drawing on expert advice from the RHS, this best-selling book features a photographic catalogue of more than 4,000 plants and flowers, all organized by color, size, and type, to help you select the right varieties for your outdoor space. Discover perennials, bulbs, shrubs, and trees, succulents, and ornamental shrubs, all showcased in beautiful, full-color photography. Browse this photographic catalogue to find at-a-glance plant choice inspiration. Or use the extensive plant dictionary to look up more than 8,000 plant varieties and the best growing conditions.

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Raw Family Signature Dishes: A Step-by-Step Guide to Essential Live-Food Recipes Paperback and Kindle $12.99

While the raw food diet is the fastest growing alternative approach to eating because of its health benefits, preparing raw food dishes is so new that many people don’t know where to start. With 500 color photos, this friendly, step-by-step guide gently walks readers through recipes to create amazingly delicious and nutritious meals. Victoria Boutenko and her family are known worldwide as the Raw Family, living on a raw diet and teaching classes since 1994. Throughout the years they have perfected scores of scrumptious recipes with the idea of not only spreading the gospel of the diet’s health benefits, but also making the raw foods lifestyle realistically possible and enjoyable.Mouth-watering rather than medicinal, simple rather than complicated, the recipes presented here include jams, scones, soup, crackers, nut milk, truffles, chocolate cake, mousse cake, and more. Complete, illustrated directions make it simple for both avid raw foodists and novice cooks alike to embrace the diet favored by Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore, Donna Karan, and other celebrities

The Sprouting Book: How to Grow and Use Sprouts to Maximize Your Health and Vitality
The Sprouting Book: How to Grow and Use Sprouts to Maximize Your Health and Vitality

by Ann Wigmore  | Jun 1, 1986Paperback$12.58++++++++ 

Growing Your Own Living Foods: Sprouting The Easy Way
Growing Your Own Living Foods: Sprouting The Easy Way

by Brian Hetrich | Dec 12, 2015Paperback$19.95+++ 

The Sprouting Book: How to Grow and Use Sprouts to Maximize Your Health and Vitality
The Sprouting Book: How to Grow and Use Sprouts to Maximize Your Health and Vitality

by Ann Wigmore  | Jun 1, 1986Paperback  $17.00Kindle $9.99

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Gardman R687 4-Tier Mini Greenhouse, 27" Long x 18" Wide x 63" High
Gardman R687 4-Tier Mini Greenhouse, 27″ Long x 18″ Wide x 63″ High

$59.99

  1.  Ufine Carbonized Wood Plant Stand 6 Tier Vertical Shelf Flower Display Rack Holder Planter Organizer for Indoor Outdoor Garden Patio Balcony Living Room and Office
  2. Between $75 and $200 AeroGarden Black Harvest, 2019 Model
  3. Above $200 AeroGarden, Black Bounty, garden$293.57
Gardening Under Lights: The Complete Guide for Indoor Growers
Gardening Under Lights: The Complete Guide for Indoor Growers

by Leslie F. Halleck  | $29.95 +++++++ 

Indoor Kitchen Gardening: Turn Your Home Into a Year-round Vegetable Garden - Microgreens - Sprouts - Herbs - Mushrooms - Tomatoes, Peppers & More
Indoor Kitchen Gardening: Turn Your Home Into a Year-round Vegetable Garden – Microgreens – Sprouts – Herbs – Mushrooms – Tomatoes, Peppers & More

by Elizabeth Millard  | Jun 15, 2014Paperback  $24.99

Year-Round Indoor Salad Gardening: How to Grow Nutrient-Dense, Soil-Sprouted Greens in Less Than 10 days
Year-Round Indoor Salad Gardening: How to Grow Nutrient-Dense, Soil-Sprouted Greens in Less Than 10 days

by Peter Burke  | Sep 18, 2015Paperback   $29.95   +++++++++++++ 

Visions: How Science Will Revolutionize the 21st CenturyMar 4, 1999by Michio KakuKindle Edition$9.99Hardcover$18.97Paperback$13.74 +++++++++++  +++++++   Paperback$115.37$11537 ==================

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Better Homes and Gardens Four Seasons Gardening: A Month-By-Month Guide to Planning, Planting, and Caring for Your Garden

Better Homes and Gardens Four Seasons Gardening: A Month-By-Month Guide to Planning, Planting, and Caring for Your Garden

by Better Homes and Gardens,Ann Reilly DinesSaving time and effort, this beautiful, reliable, earth-friendly solution source book explains when as well as how to perform essential gardening tasks throughout the year so Gaia can flow along as the seasons intended. Gardeners will refer to this book time and time and time again.++++++++++++

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SEASONAL GARDENING IN THE SIMS 4 SEASONS

 Are you new to gardening and are curious how Seasons and the recent patch shakes things up? Or a total gardening savant who wants to know how to prep their established gardeners for introducing Seasons? Here’s a guide to everything that Seasons and the big gardening update patch adds to the in-game gardening experience!

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Four Seasons Gardening Guide Paperback

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The Nonstop Garden: A Step-by-Step Guide to Smart Plant Choices and Four-Season Designs Paperback – May 19, 2010

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$17.96

With hectic lifestyles and busy schedules, people are finding it more and more appealing to enjoy their leisure time at home rather than packing their bags in search of peaceful retreats. But how can they confidently create a garden retreat? By following Cohen and Benner’s trusted advice and building a nonstop garden, they’ll have more cre

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Heinerman New Encyclopedia of Fruits & Vegetables, Revised & Expanded Edition
by John Heinerman 

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Heinerman’s Encyclopedia of Healing Juices Hardcover – May 1, 1994

by John Heinerman(Author) Paperback $16.58 Shows how to use vegetable and fruit juices to help alleviate allergies, constipation, hypoglycemia, skin problems, joint pain, colitis, ulcers, and other ailments +++++++++++ 

The Healing Power of Fruits Vegetables and Herbs Paperback – 2009

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Heinerman's Encyclopedia of Healing Herbs & Spices
Heinerman’s Encyclopedia of Healing Herbs & Spices

by John Heinerman and Juan Deguzman | Jan 1, 1996Hardcover   $14.99

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Food Can Fix It: The Superfood Switch to Fight Fat, Defy Aging, and Eat Your Way Healthy

Food Can Fix It: The Superfood Switch to Fight Fat, Defy Aging, and Eat Your Way Healthyby Mehmet Oz | Nov 13, 2018 Paperback $10.80

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Essential Guide to Your Best Body: Dr. Oz's Head to Toe Secrets

Essential Guide to Your Best Body: Dr. Oz’s Head to Toe Secretsby Dr. Oz The Good Life – 2018-9  $12.99

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Dr. Oz The Good Life Magazine May 2019 100+ Healthy Shortcuts Flat Belly Secrets

Dr. Oz The Good Life Magazine May 2019 100+ Healthy Shortcuts Flat Belly Secretsby Dr. Oz The Good Life Magazine | Jan 1, 2019  $15.95  

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The Family Encyclopedia of Natural Healing
The Family Encyclopedia of Natural Healing

by John Heinerman and Lendon Smith | Sep 1, 2000Paperback$19.95 +++++  

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Square Roots indoor urban farming in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
https://money.cnn.com/2015/09/03/news/companies/kimbal-musk-kitchen-community/index.html

Elon is not the only Musk trying to change the world. So is his younger brother Kimbal.

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Venture City

You’ll be seeing more and more high tech farms popping up in cities. As the population grows, and we run out of farming land, along with climate change, the future of farming is to bring them into our cities. Creating high tech vertical farms that use aeroponics or hydroponics. From an underground farm in London, to a Japanese office building with a rice paddy field. Across the world people and companies are investing in creating new ways and technology to provide a more sustainable future. Big name investors include Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Leonardo DiCaprio, and even the former McDonalds CEO Don Thompson. All pushing the technology of farming and agriculture forward. Companies highlighted in this video include: AeroFarms, Growing Underground, Square Roots (who have Kimbal Musk, brother of Elon Musk, as a co-founder), the Open Agriculture Initiative, Persona Group, Farm One, Bowery, Plenty, Impossible Foods, and Beyond Meat. CREDITS – Select AeroFarm Footage: (CC) by Futurism Originals (https://youtu.be/BrTuuepEYsQ) – Selected Farm One Photographs: Farm One and Sarah Blesener – Persona Group office images: By design firm Kon DesignsSHOW LESS

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Four Seasons Gardening:
Real Food for Everyone | Kimbal Musk | TEDxChicago

Kimbal Musk is applying what he learned in Silicon Valley to how real food can be scaled beyond just to those who can afford it. A true “farm to table” advocate for everybody, his family of restaurant concepts source food exclusively from American farmers. Kimbal’s urban, indoor vertical farming accelerator empowers thousands of young entrepreneurs to become real food farmers. His non-profit organization builds permanent, outdoor Learning Garden classrooms in hundreds of underserved schools around the U.S. Kimbal is Co-Founder of The Kitchen, a growing family of businesses that pursue an America where everyone has access to real food. For his impactful, scalable work, Kimbal was named a 2017 Social Entrepreneur by the Schwab Foundation, a sister organization to the World Economic Forum. His family of restaurant concepts source food from American farmers, stimulating the local farm economy. His non-profit organization builds permanent, outdoor Learning Garden classrooms in hundreds of underserved schools around the U.S. His urban, indoor vertical farming accelerator, Square Roots, seeks to empower thousands of young entrepreneurs to become real food farmers. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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Kimbal Musk: Can real food feed the world? – Couple Thinkers – EP 1

Couple Thinkers kicks off by thinking about how to feed the world. Craig and Megan want to know more about how to live a more sustainable life and they know just the person to ask. Kimbal Musk (yes, he’s Elon’s brother) is a man with a plan. He wants to transform food production from something big and industrial to being more local and organic. Step one, he believes, is to get kids interested – and he’s created a revolutionary way to do it because, as he says, “Food is the new internet!”. Want to discover more visit https://www.gant.com/

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Growing Plants inhttps://www.nasa.gov/content/growing-plants-in-space Space

NASA's Matt Romeyn works in the Veggie Lab of the Space Station Processing Facility at the agency's Kennedy Space Center.

NASA’s Matt Romeyn works in the Crop Food Production Research Area of the Space Station Processing Facility at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.Credits: NASA/Cory Huston

Scott Kelly photographed a bouquet of zinnias in the space station cupola against the backdrop of Earth

Astronaut Scott Kelly nursed dying space zinnias back to health on the International Space Station. He photographed a bouquet of the flowers in the space station’s cupola against the backdrop of Earth and shared the photo to his Instagram for Valentine’s Day 2016.Credits: NASA/Scott Kelly

Zinnia plants from the Veggie ground control system are being harvested in Kennedy's Flight Equipment Development Laboratory

Zinnia plants from the Veggie ground control system are being harvested in the Flight Equipment Development Laboratory in the Space Station Processing Facility at Kennedy. A similar zinnia harvest was conducted by astronaut Scott Kelly on the International Space Station.Credits: NASA/Bill White

Astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor harvests red Russian kale and dragoon lettuce from Veggie on Nov. 28, 2018.

Astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor harvests red Russian kale and dragoon lettuce from Veggie on Nov. 28, 2018, just in time for Thanksgiving. The crew got to enjoy a mid-afternoon snack with balsamic vinegar, and Auñón-Chancellor reported the lettuce was “delicious!”Credits: ESA/Alexander Gerst

John "JC" Carver, a payload integration engineer with Kennedy's Test and Operations Support Contract, opens APH Flight Unit No.1

John “JC” Carver, a payload integration engineer with Kennedy’s Test and Operations Support Contract, opens the door to the growth chamber of the Advanced Plant Habitat Flight Unit No. 1 for a test harvest of half of the Arabidopsis thaliana plants growing within.Credits: NASA/Leif Heimbold

The first growth test of crops in the Advanced Plant Habitat aboard the International Space Station.

The first growth test of crops in the Advanced Plant Habitat aboard the International Space Station yielded great results. Arabidopsis seeds – small flowering plants related to cabbage and mustard – grew for about six weeks, and dwarf wheat for five weeks.Credits: NASA

As humans explore space, we will want to bring plants for both aesthetic and practical reasons. We already know from our pioneering astronauts that fresh flowers and gardens on the International Space Station create a beautiful atmosphere and let us take a little piece of Earth with us on our journeys. They’re good for our psychological well-being on Earth and in space. They also will be critical for keeping astronauts healthy on long-duration missions.

A lack of vitamin C was all it took to give sailors scurvy, and vitamin deficiencies can cause a number of other health problems. Simply packing some multi-vitamins will not be enough to keep astronauts healthy as they explore deep space. They will need fresh produce.

Right now on the space station, astronauts receive regular shipments of a wide variety of freeze-dried and prepackaged meals to cover their dietary needs – resupply missions keep them freshly stocked. When crews venture further into space, traveling for months or years without resupply shipments, the vitamins in prepackaged form break down over time, which presents a problem for astronaut health.  

NASA is looking at ways to provide astronauts with nutrients in a long-lasting, easily absorbed form—freshly grown fresh fruits and vegetables. The challenge is how to do that in a closed environment without sunlight or Earth’s gravity.

Veggie

The Vegetable Production System, known as Veggie, is a space garden residing on the space station. Veggie’s purpose is to help NASA study plant growth in microgravity, while adding fresh food to the astronauts’ diet and enhancing happiness and well-being on the orbiting laboratory. The Veggie garden is about the size of a carry-on piece of luggage and typically holds six plants. Each plant grows in a “pillow” filled with a clay-based growth media and fertilizer. The pillows are important to help distribute water, nutrients and air in a healthy balance around the roots. Otherwise, the roots would either drown in water or be engulfed by air because of the way fluids in space tend to form bubbles.

In the absence of gravity, plants use other environmental factors, such as light, to orient and guide growth. A bank of light emitting diodes (LEDs) above the plants produces a spectrum of light suited for the plants’ growth. Since plants reflect a lot of green light and use more red and blue wavelengths, the Veggie chamber typically glows magenta pink.To date, Veggie has successfully grown a variety of plants, including three types of lettuce, Chinese cabbage, mizuna mustard, red Russian kale and zinnia flowers. The flowers were especially popular with astronaut Scott Kelly, who picked a bouquet and photographed it floating in the cupola against the backdrop of Earth. Some of the plants were harvested and eaten by the crew members, with remaining samples returned to Earth to be analyzed. One concern was harmful microbes growing on the produce. So far, no harmful contamination has been detected, and the food has been safe (and enjoyable) for the crew to eat.

Our team at Kennedy Space Center envisions planting more produce in the future, such as tomatoes and peppers. Foods like berries, certain beans and other antioxidant-rich foods would have the added benefit of providing some space radiation protection for crew members who eat them.

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12 Reasons Why I Grow My Fresh Food – Fruits and Vegetables in my Front Yard560,076 views8 years ago John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ answers a viewers question about why grow food and the its benefits. This viewer is going to give a persuasive speech in their speech class to persuade his classmates to grow food! So John comes to the rescue and shares his 12 reasons for growing food ands why he thinks you should grow food too.

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The farming robots of tomorrow are here today | The Future IRL
Robot farming machines are already doing the dirty work in more fields than people may realize.
Internet of Farming: Arduino-based, backyard aquaponics Kirsten Dirksen
Rik Kretzinger grew up on a Christmas tree farm and spent his college years studying horticulture, but he found it too difficult to make a living as a small farmer so he spent most of his career working for others.  A few years ago, he began to tinker with aquaponics (fishfarming + hydroponics), sensors and the open-source microcontroller Arduino to create an automated garden that could compete with commercial farms.
What is Aquaponics? How it Works & Why an Aquaponic Setup Can Fail
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the Aquaponic Place in Waimanalo, Hawaii to share with you what exactly is Aquaponics, and how it works. You will discover the key element to a successful aquaponics system, and its more than just the fish and the plants. You will also learn some of the different vegetables, fruits, and herbs that can be grown under aquaponics. You will discover a unique way for starting seed under aquaponics as well as watering baby plants automatically. You will learn what a bell siphon and how it operates without any power… After watching this episode you will have a really good understanding of how an aquaponics system works and why you may want to use it at home to grow some of your own food including vegetables and fish. Learn more about the Aquaponics Place at http://www.theaquaponicsplace.com/
COMPLETE AQUAPONICS SET UP – Start to Finish

DOWNLOAD our Aqauponics E-Book, “Step by Step Aquaponics” – Go to our website – Download today our material that will walk you through the entire process of building 2 different systems and a greenhouse. 88-page E-book featuring: Over 300 photos; Step-by-step process; Required material and tool list; Drawings-diagrams; and Over 2 hours of video tutorials. http://www.morningstaraquaponics.com
The Winter Greenhouse, grow in -40’C (2020) Simple Tek
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8 Keys to Growing in Winter in an Unheated Greenhouse (Hoop House)

OYR Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening

Today I share our 8 keys to growing in winter in an unheated greenhouse. Though there are other methods that also work well, I’ll focus specifically on what we do.

1) Grow with the Season 0:16 2) Grow in the Sun 1:00 3) Grow Under Cover 1:37 4) Grow in the Ground 2:30 5) Grow in Sucession 2:59 6) Vent to Avoid Overheating 3:40 7) Water Only When Needed 4:59 8) Don’t Harvest Greens When They’re Frozen 5:37 Crops we’re growing now for a winter harvest: Under One Layer of Protection Claytonia Dandelion Greens French Sorrel Giant Red Mustard Greens Good King Henry Mache Mustard Greens Perpetual Spinach Sea Kale Sunchokes Tatsoi Tree Collards Two Layers of Protection Chives Claytonia Dandelion Greens Dinosaur Kale Egyptian Walking Onions Endive Garlic Chives Georgia Collards Giant Red Mustard Greens Italian Dandelion Greens Lettuce (Black Seeded Simpson) Lettuce (Romaine) Mache Minutina Mustard Greens Parsley Perpetual Spinach Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard Red Veined Sorrel Spinach Tatsoi Tree Collards Vates Kale OYR is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a minimum. Emphasis is placed on improving soil quality with compost and mulch. No store-bought fertilizers, soil amendments, pesticides, compost activators, etc. are used. Hoop House Build: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list…
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This video shows the process of building one of Ceres HighYield™ Greenhouse Kits. With insulated walls and passive solar greenhouse design, Ceres Greenhouses create a vastly more durable and energy-efficient growing environment for year-round growing with little to no heating and cooling. To learn more about our passive solar greenhouse design, visit: https://www.ceresgs.com
A Passive Solar Greenhouse – In the Alaska Garden with Heidi Rader UAFExtension
In this video, Emily Garrity, owner of Twitter Creek Gardens in Homer, Alaska gives us a tour of her passive solar greenhouse and describes what she uses it for. For more information: http://www.twittercreekgardens.com

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The Winter Harvest with Eliot Coleman Living Web Farms
This is Eliot Coleman’s presentation at the Asheville Mother Earth News Fair in April of 2016. Eliot is a celebrated farming expert encouraging people and communities to choose locally grown organic food. He helped pioneer the movement with his first book “The New Organic Grower” published over 20 years ago. He continues leading the way, expanding the limits of the harvest season deep into and through winter at his world-renowned farm in Harborside, Maine. His latest book, “The Winter Harvest Handbook” which is featured in this talk, shares his hard-won experience for gardeners and farmers alike. Reap the benefits of his wisdom and grow abundant cold season harvests even through the depths of winter. Grow quality produce in unheated or minimally heated, movable greenhouses by adopting his innovative practices and adapting them to your own climate.

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4 Season Harvest in the Hoop House Hardcore Sustainable
I’ve had a hoop house at Dancing Rabbit for over 5 years. In that time I’ve grown thousands of pounds of salad greens, tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers. In this video, I take you on a little tour of my hoop house and its irrigation system. It uses entirely caught rainwater, solar power, and gravity for irrigation. This hoop house has allowed me to extend the growing season and provide the community fresh local produce year round.

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Andrew Mefferd: Ten Tips for Greenhouse and Hoop House Production Andrew Mefferd and his wife run One Drop Farm in Maine. They produce a bounty of produce; from broccoli to zucchini, Jerusalem artichokes to potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, peas, and celeriac to name just a few. Vegetables and seedlings are available year round because of their green and hoop house production. He shares his best practices in this webinar. This is part of the Inspiring Ideas from Experts in the Field webinar series, presented by the Northeast Organic Farming Association, Massachusetts Chapter (NOFA/Mass) – http://www.nofamass.org.

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Vegetables You Can Grow in the Winter Edible Garden Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a tour of his suburban front yard garden where he is growing many vegetables over the winter time. In this video, you will learn about some of the vegetables that can be grown in the winter time. After watching this video you will also learn about one of Johns new upcoming vegetables that is relatively unknown.

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Best Vegetables to Grow in the Winter that Survive Frost
Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you some of the best vegetables you can grow that will survive light frosts in the winter time. You will learn the one food crop that John believes everyone should be including on a daily basis in their diet. You will discover some more “wild vegetables” that will self-reseed on their own in your garden to provide you with winter vegetables without you doing anything! Next, John will share some of the cultivated plant starts he will be planting in his garden. Finally, John will share his thoughts if gardeners should take the winter off from gardening.

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While the raw food diet is the fastest growing alternative approach to eating because of its health benefits, preparing raw food dishes is so new that many people don’t know where to start. With 500 color photos, this friendly, step-by-step guide gently walks readers through recipes to create amazingly delicious and nutritious meals. Victoria Boutenko and her family are known worldwide as the Raw Family, living on a raw diet and teaching classes since 1994. Throughout the years they have perfected scores of scrumptious recipes with the idea of not only spreading the gospel of the diet’s health benefits, but also making the raw foods lifestyle realistically possible and enjoyable.Mouth-watering rather than medicinal, simple rather than complicated, the recipes presented here include jams, scones, soup, crackers, nut milk, truffles, chocolate cake, mousse cake, and more. Complete, illustrated directions make it simple for both avid raw foodists and novice cooks alike to embrace the diet favored by Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore, Donna Karan, and other celebrities

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Lisa Mumm

Sprouting is an easy, affordable way to enjoy the incredible nutritional benefits of sprouts. In this video, we will answer some frequently asked questions, and help you to grow the most beautiful, nutritious sprouts possible. This video is courtesy of Mumm’s Sprouting Seeds- www.sprouting.com. Enjoy! Questions about sprouting? Feel free to email us at mumms@sprouting.com

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How to Easily Grow Sprouts In a Jar Indoors, No Soil Required

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Growing sprouts indoors in a jar is a quick, easy and fun way to grow veggies inside in the winter when it’s too cold to grow outside. No soil required here – you can grow tasty food packed with nutrients from seed to sprouts in just a few days.

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Ann Wigmore on the Health Benefits of Wheatgrass and Raw Foods.

Steve Freier Another rare video of Ann Wigmore interviewed in a Wheatgrass Growing Greenhouse operated by Karyn Calabrese in Evanston Illinois back in August 1990. She is speaking about her knowledge of the Health Benefits of Wheatgrass and Raw Foods.

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Welcome to the Source of the Living Foods Lifestyle®

The Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute is located in sunny Puerto Rico where the ocean is right at our door. We are the school founded by Dr. Ann Wigmore, renowned pioneer in the use of wheatgrass juice and living foods. Our directors, personally trained by Dr. Wigmore, remain dedicated to teaching the purest form of the Living Foods Lifestyle® rooted in the enduring principles Ann Wigmore developed. We invite you to step into our Living Foods community and begin to take charge of your health and wellbeing. Study and relax in a loving and nurturing environment in a casual, tropical setting. We provide the perfect place to reconnect body, mind and spirit while you rebuild and rejuvenate.

Growing Microgreens and Sprouts with Home Made Compost

Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute in Puerto Rico which is responsible for making Wheatgrass and Sprouts popular in the health food movement. In this episode, John visits the Ann Wigmore Institute to show you how the make their own high quality compost and use the compost to grow more sprouts, microgreens and vegetables in their garden. First, John will introduce you to the Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute. You will then go on a brief tour of the grounds showing you some of the tropical fruits they are growing. Next, you will discover how the Ann Wigmore Institute creates their own high quality compost from organic matter such as fruit and vegetable scraps, and wheatgrass flat soil. You will then learn how to grow Sunflower Sprouts aka Sunflower greens aka Sunflower Microgreens and how you can continually harvest a tray a day to increase your nutrition. Next, you will discover how they grow wheatgrass and microgreens in a climate controlled room that allows them to decrease mold growth and grow higher quality food for their visitors. Next, you will learn how you can easily sprout your own seeds at home to grow your own radish or other small seeded sprouts without soil. You will then learn some of the vegetables that are growing in their screen house garden in the tropics. You will discover some of the best crops to grow in the tropics as well as how you can grow northern crops such as lettuce in the tropics and which varieties grow best. You will learn about the most successful crop they are growing in Puerto Rico, the Malabar Spinach and how it can be eaten. John will then share some of his recommendations so the Ann Wigmore Institute can grow even better in Puerto Rico. Finally, John will interview the greenhouse manager, Phillippe and ask him the following questions:

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You can learn how to grow the best wheatgrass, and live your best life all through the Life Transformation Program offered at Hippocrates Health Institute. Request more information about our 3 week wellness retreat here:

Container Gardening, Sprouting & More at Hippocrates Health Institute Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to The Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach, FL to share with you how they grow food at the facility. In this behind-the-scenes episode you will discover how they grow year round in South Florida by using a variety of growing methods, such as sprouting seeds in water, growing sprouts in soil, container gardening, raised bed gardening and row crops. After watching this episode you will learn more about how Hippocrates is meeting part of the demand for fresh, local and organic food at their institute.

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74 Year Old Discovers the Fountain of Youth in Her Garden looks 40
Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the ageless woman, Annette Larkins who has been featured on various News Shows, (CBS, NBC, etc), TV programs (The Doctors, Steve Harvey, etc), Newspapers and more to share with you once and for all the reason why this 74 year old doesn’t look a day over 40. In this episode, John will share with you some of the most important parts of Annette’s diet, which is the food she grows. John will share some of the fruits that Annette is growing in her front yard, and then share with you how she is growing food in the backyard as well as the different types of vegetables and herbs she is growing in the backyard. John will highlight some of the most valuable anti-aging and anti-disease vegetables that Annette grows and you may want to grow too. Next, John will share with you the staples of Annettes diet: Sprouts and Microgreens and how she can easily grow them within just a few days even in the shade of backyard overhang. Finally, John will try Noni fruit on the camera for the first time to let you know how it tastes. Next, John will sit down with Annette, and interview her about her garden and you will discover: 34:00 interview beg 35:40 What is the Noni Fruit and Why do you juice it so much? 39:52 Why did you originally get into growing your own food and gardening? 42:43 What are some of the problems that you see with eating animal products? 46:50 How important are the sprouts you grow and why do you eat them? 54:30 What was the profession of your husband and how does he feel about all this? 01:03:00 Is it ever too late to start making changes? 1:06:44 What is the most important message you have for my viewers? 11??: 11:00 How can people learn more about your work and what your doing?

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Epic Gardening
If you’re just getting started on your first garden, it’s important to have early success. These 5 groups of crops are extremely easy and fast to grow, so you can have your first successful harvest and build your gardening confidence. 1. Microgreens 2. Pea and Sunflower Shoots 3. Baby Lettuce 4. Baby Root Crops 5. Extra Greens

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Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Dave Gil’s Indoor Kitchen Garden to show you the easiest vegetables you can grow indoors during any time of year. In this episode, you will learn how growing sprouts and microgreens are the easiest vegetables that can be grown in as little as 3-10 days. You will learn how you can use jars you already own to grow sprouts, and how easy it is to grow microgreens on a wire rack shelf. You will discover how Dave is able to grow the majority of his leafy green vegetables with just 8 square feet of space inside his kitchen. You will learn the specific items you need to start growing indoors as well as where to buy the seeds. You will see Dave’s simple set up for growing his indoor vegetables year-round in Las Vegas, Nevada and how you can grow inside your home as well. Finally, John will interview Dave about growing microgreens, why he started growing food, and much more. Jump to the following parts of this episode: 06:09 How to Grow Sprouts 13:16 How to Grow Microgreens 22:48 How to Water Your Microgreens 31:20 Interview with Gardener, Dave Gil 32:14 Why did you start growing microgreens and sprouts? 32:57 How did your cancer affected by eating sprouts and healthy raw foods? 33:50 How many sprouts do you eat in a day? 34:55 How many hours a day do you invest in growing sprouts and juicing? 36:11 How much time do you invest in just growing sprouts? 38:08 Where do you get your seeds? 39:36 What are some of the tips for growing microgreens? 40:30 When do you use coconut coir and when do you use organic soil? 42:00 Any final comments about growing sprouts and microgreens? 46:36 Are you available to help people grow sprouts or become healthier? 48:00 Any final comments for my viewers today?

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Rachael Ray Show The Pegan Diet, created by Dr. Mark Hyman, combines elements from paleo + vegan diets.
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WHAT I EAT IN A DAY: Dr Barnard & Other Plant Based Doctors by PLANT BASED NEWS

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Raw Food Diet Documentary part 1 of 2

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The Ultimate Encyclopedia of the Raw Food Lifestyle Director: Kathy Close Writers: Kathy Close, Chris Toussaint (co-writer) Topics Include: Starting out of a raw food diet Weight reduction Detox and cleansing Nutrition Rejuvenation and longevity Recipes Health and wellness Wisdom of eating raw Optimal athletic performance Spiritual aspects Beating diabetes Celebrity & Expert Interview Include:

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How to Grow Microgreens for a Gourmet Super Green SuperfoodEvolution We’ll show you how to grow microgreens with step by step instructions for growing microgreens indoors or outdoors depending on the time of year. Learn more about what microgreens are and how you can grow your own little mini micro-gardens in most any space for many pounds of fresh flavorful produce.
Top 4 Reasons to Drink Green Juice SuperfoodEvolution
Green juice is the concentrated liquid created from cold-pressed low-sugar fruits and green leafy vegetables. These are raw unpasteurized chlorophyll-rich juices, preferably homemade or freshly pressed using organic high-quality produce, either from cruciferous and non-cruciferous varieties. While the initial concept of consuming green juice started as a therapeutic treatment for many chronic illnesses, in the past several decades “green juicing” has become an increasingly popular health-enhancing morning drink for the modern-day lifestyle. Here in this video, we specifically share our top 4 reasons it can help you to reset, restore and revitalize!
Growing Sprouts, Types of Sprouts and Their Benefits SuperfoodEvolution Sprouts are an extremely nutritious food that are easy and inexpensive to grow at home. Learn about the different varieties, sprouting methods and how they can provide a lot of fresh produce year round.
How to Grow Sunflower Sprouts, SuperfoodEvolution A Tasty Chorophyll-Rich Protein Source Learn how to grow sunflower sprouts at home with minimal tools or supplies. Sunflower greens are a delicious nutritious microgreen that are easy to grow any time of year. We’ll show you the step by step process to sprouting trays of beautiful sprouts that can nutritionally offer a source of enzymes and other phytonutrients.
How to Grow Sunflower Microgreens – Full Walkthrough with TIPS & TRICKS – On The Grow This is our step-by-step guide for growing Sunflower Microgreens with Tips & Tricks along the way! Sunflower microgreens are one of the most popular microgreens to grow, but they can also be a tricky crop.
The Health Benefits Of Sprouts with Steve Meyerowitz The Real Truth About Health
•Sprouts? Are they garnish, or are they food? Many who don’t know much about sprouts put them in the same category as parsley, a garnish that you put on your food but not much of a food in itself. That’s not my view. Anyone who takes the time to discover sprouts will learn that they are simply baby plants and some of those plants are widely used in cuisines around the world.
How to Grow Sprouts Indoors in a Mason Jar, No Soil Required // Growing Your Indoor Garden
How to Grow & Use Sprouts, Microgreens & Green Vegetables Indoors or Out John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you how and why to grow the best food at home – sprouts, microgreens, leafy green vegetables indoors or outdoors at your house. In this episode, John will share with you how you can grow the best food on the planet for your health at you standard American tract home with small amount of land that can feed you and your family. Next you will discover how you can have green thumbs no matter where you live even if you have never grown anything before. Learn how John lives in one of the harshest climates in the USA and how to grow food there. Next, you will learn why leafy green vegetables are the most important food you should grow at your home. You will also learn about the perennial vegetables that are much easier to grow than standard annual vegetable crops. Next you will learn 5 reasons why John loves the food he grows. You will discover John’s opinions the healthcare system and how including more plant foods in your diet can increase your health. You will also learn how John eats to stay young and healthy as well as his recommendations on eating a healthy diet. You will learn his #1 reason for growing and eating his leafy green vegetables. Next, John will share his favorite perennial vegetables that he grows that are the easiest and that you should grow that will provide food for you day after day, week after week. Next, John will share his standard annual vegetables that he is growing and why he favors some over others. Next, John will share his opinions on building soil and how important it is to build your soil. He will share his top 3 nutrients that he adds to his garden to grow the most nutritious vegetables. Next, you will learn how to best eat and use the food you grow to maximize your health by juicing and blending. John will demonstrate making a green juice as well as a green smoothie which are John favorite ways to eat the food he grows. Next you will discover how to grow your own sprouts inside your home. John will demonstrate a very simple technique to grow sprouts in a glass mason jar with a mesh lid. Finally, John will share how to grow your own microgreens quickly and easily inside your how to grow one of the most nutritious foods in the world.
My 3 Most Profitable Microgreens Urban Farmer Curtis Stonen Build a profitable business growing microgreens!
THIS IS HOW MY FARM WORKS! – $100K on a quarter acre Urban Farmer Curtis Stonen
$410,000 on less than 3 acres in a cold climate!!! Curtis Stone runs a commercial urban farm called Green City Acres out of Kelowna, BC, Canada. His mission is to show others how they can grow a lot of food on small plots of land and make a living from it. Using DIY and simple infrastructure, one can earn a significant living from their own back yard or someone else’s. Urban Farmer Curtis Stonen
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List of leaf vegetables From Wikipedia, Read more: https://wiki2.org/en/List_of_leaf_vegetables

This is a list of vegetables which are grown or harvested primarily for the consumption of their leafy parts, either raw or cooked. Many plants with leaves that are consumed in small quantities as a spice such as oregano, for medicinal purposes such as lime, or used in infusions such as tea, are not included in this list. See all list : https://wiki2.org/en/List_of_leaf_vegetables

Best Herbs for Energy, Using Natural Herbal Stimulants SuperfoodEvolution
Herbal stimulants do not exhaust and deplete the body, but work to enhance deep energy that is long lasting and life supporting. These herbal energizers are herbs, roots and tonics… that fortify and naturally stimulant body functions. We’ll give you our list of favorites, plus an energizing Oja Ball recipe. Recommended Herbal Suppliers: Ginseng Sublime – 2fl oz – http://bit.ly/1jyEpqq Maca Powder, 1lb – http://bit.ly/1iE5Q3X Ginkgo Leaf, 1oz to 1lb – Organic – https://goo.gl/j3KG3m Cinnamon, Organic – 1oz to 1lb – https://goo.gl/6qg3Av Astragalus, 4oz to 1lb organic – https://goo.gl/b7tBKZ Gotu Kola, 4oz to 1lb Organic – https://goo.gl/vhf9df Coriander Seed, 1oz to 1lb Organic – https://goo.gl/mZirN9 Tulsi leaf, 1oz to 1lb Organic – https://goo.gl/XUNZTE Ashwagandha, 1oz to 1lb Organic – https://goo.gl/1VCMwG
Grow Medicinal and Edible Herbs in Your Garden Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens
John from http:/www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Garden of the Ancients, a Herb Nursery and Herb Emporium in Austin Texas to share with you some of the edible, medicinal, smokable, culinary and tea herbs you can grow and use in your life. In this episode you will discover this amazing one-of-a-kind herb nursery and emporium in central Texas. John will take you of a tour of some of his favorite herbs they are offering here as well as a tour of the hoop houses and the gardens so you can learn some tips and tricks pertaining to growing and using herbs in your life. Finally you will get a tour of the Herb Emporium, which is the largest herb shop John has ever visited and some of the different herbs they have available such as herbs for smoking, herbs for medicine, herbs for teas, herbs for flavoring and culinary uses. This video is all about herbs that can be grown and used to better your health and the health of the planet.
15 MEDICINAL HERBS TO GROW AND THEIR COMMON USES Medicinal herbs are a great way to support your health at home, but what herbs should you grow?Never miss a new video! Sign up to our email list here: http://bit.ly/FollowAlongNow Click “SHOW MORE” if you’re new to our channel and “MORE ABOUT US” for some freebies! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Learning to support your family’s health by growing medicinal herbs at home is a fantastic way to become more self-sufficient and less reliant on over-the-counter medicines. Here are the 15 medicinal herbs we recommend planting and why. Be sure to check out the blog post for photos of each plant and a full list of their remedies and uses: https://homesteadingfamily.com/15-med… – Peppermint – Calendula – Bee Balm (Bergamot) – Lemon Balm – Tulsi (Holy Basil) – Echinacea – Elecampane – Sage – Oregano – Garlic – Horseradish – Marshmallow or Hollyhock – Yarrow – Chamomile – Dill
7 Easy to Grow Asian Herbs & Spices for the Organic Backyard Garden In this video, I give you my 7 easiest and favorite herbs and spices to grow in your backyard food garden completely organic. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/selfsufficientme
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Top 100 Best Healing Medicinal Herbs, Spices And Plants Names, Health Benefits And Medicinal Uses NaturalHealingGuides Make Your Own Natural Skincare Products At Home: https://naturalskincareschool.com List of Top 100 Most Powerful Medicinal Herbs, Spices & Plants Names,Their Health Benefits and Medicinal Uses. WHERE TO BUY THESE HERBS. You can get any of these herbs in supplement form via Amazon at https://amzn.to/2IiTimz These herbs are effective for treating all sort of medical conditions and diseases. This video highlights World’s most powerful herbs with medicinal value and what they are used for. Clove. Cloves have analgesic properties and great for treating pains and vomiting. Calendula. Due to its anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties, calendula is used for pain relief. Elderberry. The elderberry flower has antiviral properties which enable it to fight infections like colds and fever. Ashwagandha. This herbal root helps in relieving pains and for reducing anxiety. Lavender. Lavender has a soothing effect that makes it a major ingredient in cosmetic products. Moreover, the oil can be used for relieving body aches. Aloe vera. Aloe vera is a major component of many skin care products. It can be used for treating skin conditions like sunburns and zits. It can also be used for relieving constipation. Chasteberry. Chasteberry is a common herb used by women having PMS (Pre-Menstrual Syndrome). It is used in relieving the associated symptoms. Garlic. Garlic has strong antimicrobial properties that make it good in the treatment of colds and flu. In addition, it can be used as a soothing remedy for stress and anxiety due to its calming potential. Dandelion. Dandelion tea is a common remedy for stress relief and constipation. The dandelion is also effective in the treatment of inflammations and diabetes. Peppermint. Inhaling peppermint oil or using it to massage aching joints helps to reduce stress and to bring relief. Nettle. Drinking boiled water mixed with nettle leaves is a natural way of relieving constipation. Ginger. Ginger is used for treating vomiting and ginger tea helps to warm up the body during colds. Cayenne. Cayenne pepper is a common kitchen ingredient for the treatment of aches and arthritis. Basil. This herb can be used as a mild sedative and for treating bloating. Turmeric. Turmeric contains a chemical substance, curcumin, which gives the herb antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties for relieving pains. Yarrow. This medicinal plant is used as a first aid to stop bleeding associated with cuts and bruises. Ensure you watch this video in full to learn more about these 100 herbs and their medicinal uses. HOW TO SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL. Please support us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/naturalhealin…
What is a Raw Vegan Diet or “High Raw” Diet? A high raw vegan diet is a dietary practice that involves consuming 50-70% of the foods you eat in their uncooked, natural living state. Eating a combination of some whole cooked foods along with ample amounts of raw fruits and vegetables helps to provide fiber, nutrients and enzyme content. While not advocating that it is necessary to follow a 100% raw, nor a completely vegan diet, we feel it’s wise to base 50-70% of any diet one follows on raw fruits and vegetables coupled with high quality raw adjuncts such as raw superfoods and whole food based supplements. Raw Food Supplies: https://www.superfoodevolution.com/ra…
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Our Top 10 Superfoods List Countdown These top 10 superfoods are a higher class of plant-based foods that are not as commonly known about but happen to be ten of our personal favorites. Certain superfoods on this list may personally call out to you, whereas others might be less appropriate for you and your current health goals. Many can be easily added into blended shakes, recipe creations or consumed conveniently as a dietary supplement. Recommended Top 10 Superfood Suppliers: Lost Empire Herbs, Reishi Extract Powder, 100g – https://bit.ly/2po2cIz Dragon Herbs, Duanwood Reishi Extract, 100caps – https://amzn.to/338XUDo Spirulina Manna, Healthforce, Powder & Tabs – http://bit.ly/2FsdJ08 C.C. Pollen, High Desert, Bee Pollen Granules, 16oz – https://goo.gl/DW8srX Navitas Organics, Hemp Seeds, 8oz – https://goo.gl/v7eBnY Earth Circle, Raw Organic Hemp Seeds, 12oz – https://goo.gl/fpV2sZ He Shou Wu, Lost Empire Herbs, 100g – https://bit.ly/2qc5oH5 Dragon Herbs, He Shou Wu Extract, 100caps – https://amzn.to/34x4hkn Earth Circle, Organic Goji Berries, 1lb – https://goo.gl/p3A8Wr Seaweed Iceland, Kelp, Atlantic, Raw, 1.76oz – https://goo.gl/HW8VR4 Maine Coast Sea Vegetables, Icelandic Kelp Powder, 1lb – https://goo.gl/P7kRKr Top 10 Superfoods Page: https://www.superfoodevolution.com/to…
Top 9 Superfoods on the Planet | Dr.Berg Dr. Berg talks about the top SuperFoods 1. Kale 2. Cabbage 3. Brussel Sprouts 4. Radish 5. Beet 6. Asparagus 7. Garlic 8. Turmeric 9. Parsley Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 55 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media. DR. BERG’S SHOP: http://www.drberg.com/blog
Raw Veggies Vs. Cooked Veggies? | Dr. Berg
Raw vegetables: Raw vegetables have enzymes that are very beneficial for your health. These enzymes help you break down food, and they give you fantastic health properties. But, many people are missing the normal enzymes that the pancreas is supposed to release to be able to digest some of the fibers in the vegetables. If your stomach has low acid, it can’t create the triggering effect for the release of enzymes from your pancreas. You could also have low good bacteria in your gut, causing a lack of enzymes. Cooked vegetables: Steamed or cooked vegetables are a lot easier on the digestive system. You also still get the same minerals that you need. But, you might not get all of the vitamins that you would from raw vegetables.  Fermented vegetables are also very easy to digest, and they provide a lot of great nutrients. http://www.drberg.com/blog
17 Ways To Get More Veggies in Your Diet / Make them Less Boring! http://www.drberg.com/blog
Dr. Berg discusses the great way to get vegetables in your diet without being bored. In this video, Dr. Berg also give tips on meal replacement kale shakes and much more. Watch the video.

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Greens From Wikipedia https://wiki2.org/en/Greens

Greens may refer to:

Vegetable - Wikipedia
  • Leaf vegetables such as collard greens, mustard greens, spring greens, winter greens, spinach, etc.

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Green From Wikipedia https://wiki2.org/en/Green

Green is the color between blue and yellow on the visible spectrum. It is evoked by light which has a dominant wavelength of roughly 495–570 nm.

 
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The word green has the same Germanic root as the words for grass and growThe word green has the same Germanic root as the words for grass and grow

sRGB rendering of the spectrum of visible light
Color
Frequency
Wavelength
violet
668–789 THz
380–450 nm
blue
606–668 THz
450–495 nm
green
526–606 THz
495–570 nm
yellow
508–526 THz
570–590 nm
orange
484–508 THz
590–620 nm
red
400–484 THz
620–750 nm

Green, blue and red are additive colors. All the colors seen are made by mixing them in different intensities.
In op­tics, the per­cep­tion
Green, blue and red are additive colors. All the colors seen are made by mixing them in different intensities.

Green, blue and red are additive colors. All the colors seen are made by mixing them in different intensities.

Read more : https://wiki2.org/en/Green

Leafy Green Vegetables Isolated Variety of leafy green vegetables isolated on white background. Green Color Stock Photo

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Utopia Kitchen Glass Food Storage Container Set
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Chef’s Path Airtight Food Storage Container Set
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