These 4 Foods Accelerate AGING (beware!)

Do you eat these harmful foods that AGE you faster?  Some are even deceptively marketed to you as "healthy" by giant food corporations.  Avoid or minimize these and look 5-10 years YOUNGER than your real age.  CLICK HERE

by Mike Geary - Certified Nutrition Specialist & Catherine Ebeling - RN, BSN

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My earliest memory was my dad hooking up the horses to a flat wagon and with my mother and sister, we went down a muddy road to see the local town that had been destroyed by a tornado.  I would have been 5, but things got better because by the time I was 6 or 7, we had moved to a house that had electricity, a phone hanging on the wall and a gravel lane.  I still remember my dad getting his first tractor.  It had iron wheels, but he was able to buy rubber tires for it as WWII was over and rubber was not rationed for the war effort.  Of course we kept the horses for another 8 years or so as the tractor was only for hard work. My school didn't have electricity.  It was the same one room that my father had attended.  We did have separate outhouses for boys and girls.  I would go on to the big city (1200 pop.) for highschool.  Before I was sixteen, through agriculture courses and FFA, I had qualified for regional and state contest on crops, livestock, dairy products judging...  To cap it all off, before I was old enough for a driver's license (16), I had qualified for and went to International Soil Judging competition.  My first job out of high school was applying anhydrous ammonia, one of the first fertilizers inserted into the soil as an artificial fertilizer. Of course, in the course of my employment for the local elevator, I also sprayed for insects with the new poisons available.  No one questioned any of these practices! "You can take the boy out of the farm, but you can't take the farm out of the boy." Although I went on to college and eventually another vocation, I still keep myself educated through available literature.  At one time, my collection included 20 years of Rodales "Organic Farming and Gardening".  Eventually, when I retired and had the chance to return to the farm, I became involved with an Amish community.  My involvement including exchanging labor as well as involvement with organic corn, hauling for them (they don't drive), observing and involvement in raising vegetables in fields and greenhouses and then involvement in their auction system of moving their produce.   As my health wouldn't support he labor needed to continue hands-on farming, I became involved with farmer's markets in the KC area and by utilizing the marketing of the Amish, was able to be responsible for some 5 farmer's markets in the KC Metro area with churches, senior citizens centers and inter-city locations.  In addition, I completed a course qualifying me to work with the KC School District teaching 5th graders how to have a raised bed garden.  Then I began working with Micro Greens which I sold at the KC Farmer's Market.  For truly healthy food, one must go beyond organics. Everyone can have some homegrown food, even if all they have is a one room apartment without a window. Since 80% of our organic food comes from outside our borders, there is a great opportunity to make a little extra money or even start a major business to meet the growing demand for homegrown food. With the wide variety of experience, I have acquired, follow this blog to expand your knowledge.  I am sure you will learn things few know.  For example, read "Sea Water as Fertilizer".

These 4 Foods Accelerate AGING (beware!)

Do you eat these harmful foods that AGE you faster?  Some are even deceptively marketed to you as "healthy" by giant food corporations.  Avoid or minimize these and look 5-10 years YOUNGER than your real age.  CLICK HERE

by Mike Geary - Certified Nutrition Specialist & Catherine Ebeling - RN, BSN

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AP

EDF link only goes to homepage. Please update. Need more info! Thx.

AP

Sorry, NRDC link (not EDF)

AP

Found it. https://www.nrdc.org/experts/lara-bryant/organic-matter-can-improve-your-soils-water-holding-capacity

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