Organic Gardening – growing cellular nutrients for your health
Growing cellular nutrients for your health
By Mirja Holtrop
As more and more people now realize, the majority of the fruits and vegetables on sale in our supermarkets today have been treated with pesticides and herbicides. While they might be nice to look at, they are low in micronutrients and have almost no nutritional value.
Organic fruits and vegetables are much better for our health and contain higher levels of vitamins, minerals, and other important micronutrients. But what can you do if organic food isn’t easy to find where you live? Or, as many people complain, it is too expensive to afford?
In Mirja Holtrop’s new Organic Gardening book you can learn how to create your very own veggie garden – even in a small space – and thus how to grow your own supply of vitamins.
Step by step, this beautifully illustrated book shows you where to begin and what to do. Through using the book, you will soon learn how good health can be easily accessible for everyone. And once you are digging in the mud and feeling the earthworms in your hands, you will value your veggies much more than just picking them from the supermarket shelf!
Reading age: 14