Benefits of Growing Your Own Vegetable Garden

Benefits of Growing Your Own Vegetable Garden

The quality of any food depends on how it’s grown in the field and handled before it reaches us.

Despite the repeated warnings announced by the food safety regulatory bodies, the risk of food poisoning is rising.

How good is the quality of the food we eat is not known.

The best way to escape the uncertainties is reducing dependency.
We believe you can take care of your health in a better way by trying home gardening. Even if you’ve a small backyard, you can best use it by growing fruits and vegetables of your choice.

Benefits of Growing Your Own Vegetable Garden

1. Growing your own fruits and vegetables can offer you the opportunity to reduce the amount of pesticides that you use in your garden, making them healthier.

2. Growing your own fruits and vegetables will save your money at the grocery store.

3. Gardening increases physical activity. It is a great way to engage the whole family in physical activity and lets them help to take responsibility for the garden.

4. The fruits and vegetables grown in your garden will promote health because they are rich in nutrients, especially in phytochemicals, anti-oxidants, vitamin C, vitamin A and folate.

5. Gardening gives you’re a real sense of appreciation when you can see the bounty of your efforts.

6. Growing a garden gives you a new appreciation for nature, when you can have the opportunity to see how things grow.

7. Gardening may stimulate many new interests. You may want to learn more about botany, landscape architecture, photography, nutrition, and farmer’s markets.

8. Gardening gives you the opportunity to give back. If you have an abundant garden, you might give some of your produce to the local soup kitchen or food bank.

9. This can be a great time to create memories with your children, memories that can last a lifetime.

10. Your garden can lead to new skills, and knowledge for you and your family.

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