Organic gardening is a hot topic and will be for years to come. The reason is that more and more impurities are being introduced into our food supply. Many of the products used to grow and preserve our foods are, in fact, quite dangerous to our health.
You may recall I have been bringing to your attention the confirmed factors that are behind the rash of chronic diseases exploding in this country over the past 20 years.
The most astounding one recently announced by MIT researcher Stephanie Seneff is that by the year 2025, 1 in 2 children born will be autistic.
Don’t think that this topic is not relevant because you have no small children or aren’t in childbearing stages. The same mechanisms that causes autism cause Alzheimer, gastrointestinal disorders, obesity, type 2 diabetes, dementia, heart disease, depression, infertility and cancer!
It actually starts with glyphosate (the chemical used in the herbicide RoundUp) destroying your gut microbes, which produce the hundreds of neurotransmitters. These include Serotonin, Dopamine, Acetylcholine, and Gamma Amino Butyric Acid (GABA), which determine our mental and emotional status. To replace these microbes, a daily intake of probiotics, minimally 1.2 billion CFUs, is required to take back your gut from the opportunistic non-health giving microbes.
Glyphosate winds up on your dinner plate as genetically engineered (GE) and genetically modified (GMO) plants. It’s been happening for many years and the cumulative effects are devastating. By a series of biological castrophies caused by the glyphosate in our food supply as GMOs and GEs and general contamination, consumers are aging faster than we would were we not consuming this chemical daily.
Our Western diet is a delivery system for toxic chemicals, such as glyphosate, used in industrial agriculture. The diet consists primarily of processed foods based on:
- *sugar, consumed in high quantities
I have concluded that we must be our own best advocate for our families and ourselves. I’ve been an advocate of eating organic foods that are free of the toxic chemicals found in RoundUp.
Some ideas for getting started on a RoundUp/GMO free diet –
- *Grow your own veggies in flowerpots from Heirloom seeds (Annie’s Heirloom Seeds and Bountiful Gardens are good resources)
- *Practice seed sharing
- *Find sources for organic and glyphosate-free foods
One source for a wide variety of glyphosate/GMO free is Tropical Traditions organic foods. Their website has a wide variety oils, meat, wild caught fish, poultry, grain and dairy that is organic and glyphosate free.
A perfect starter for your organic garden is a spinach-like plant called Lambs Quarters.
Lambs Quarters lives forever and contains all of the minerals and nutrients that glyphosate removes from the soil and plants. This is a purifying plant and helps to restore healthy nutrients to the soil.
Lambs Quarters is also a super-healthy addition to your diet! It can be eaten raw, cooked, stir-fry, in smoothies etc. The smoothies are super for everyone, and particularly beneficial for those with autism and Alzheimer’s. It detoxifies and provides more benefits than I can state here.
Learn more about Lambs Quarters – http://www.ediblewildfood.com/lambs-quarters.aspx
I believe this plant is so beneficial I want to provide you with your own starter for your garden. If you are a patient or local to our offices, you may pick it up from the office, or we will mail it to you free of charge.
We encourage you to share the seeds that form around September or some of the small plants you’ll receive right now. They’ll live and provide life-giving nutrition forever!
You can also receive a starter plant of purslane for your organic garden. We’ve extolled the many virtues of this plant in several of our posts and want you to have the opportunity to add it to your health regimen.
This wonderful green leafy vegetable, organically grown, is rich in dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals and surprisingly contains more Omega-3 fatty acids than any other leafy vegetable plant, rivaling even salmon as a source of this essential nutrient!
Archaeologists find purslane seeds and pollen in excavations dating back thousands of years. For two thousand years, it was a well-known cultivated garden vegetable in Europe. Suddenly, in the 20th century, it was forgotten, and just as quickly, it’s making a comeback!
Claim your plants now! Pick it up from our office or contact us via email and we will mail them to you.
Be sure to share the seeds or the plants we give you, for health’s sake!