Here are some tips for preparing your organic garden for winter so that you can enjoy another great year of healthy plants.
Here is some information about composting and the basic knowledge you need to get started with it to grow organic, fruits, vegetables, plants, and flowers.
Even if you’re on a tight budget, these are the most important foods to buy organic to benefit your health and reduce the risks of pesticide exposure.
Many people occasionally crave a nice big bowl of freshly-popped buttered and salted popcorn. Unfortunately, the way it is generally prepared, this may not be healthy for you. Here are some suggestions that will make this treat more nutritious: Use organic popcorn where possible. Organic corn contains kernels that should be non-GMO by definition. Try…
Many kinds of purple, blue, and red-colored produce contain anthocyanins, which are a type antioxidant that has been studied for its disease-prevention and overall wellness benefits.
Today, we’re focusing on vitamin A and discussing its essential functions, health benefits, and key sources.
Do you ever feel like no matter how much sleep you get at night, you can still never manage to stay energized throughout the day? Here are some natural and delicious energy-boosting foods to incorporate more of in your daily diet.
Those little stickers on fruits and vegetables may tell you a little bit about where your produce comes from, but the seeds that were used to grow it make a difference in the nutrition you’re getting. That’s why it’s so important to understand how your produce was grown and the differences among heirloom, organic, hybrid, and GMO varieties.
These are some of the top foods that you may think are healthy, but they really should be avoided and swapped out with better alternatives.
Fish fertilizer is ideal for giving flowers, trees, and vegetables an extra boost and provides long-lasting benefits for both indoor and outdoor plants.