Can Your Backyard Vegetable Garden Help Reduce Your Risk of Cancer?
February is National Cancer Prevention Month. The MD Anderson Cancer Center at The University of Texas shares several ways you can reduce your risk of cancer.
As a gardener, I was wondering if my own backyard vegetable garden could help me reduce those risk of cancer. In my garden, I am entering the cool season when many of the recommended fruits and vegetables on the shopping list below can be grown.
What vegetables can help you reduce your risk of cancer when part of a healthy lifestyle?
Lettuce, spinach, broccoli, bok choy, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, and leafy greens are all cool season vegetables that can be grown starting 4-6 weeks before your last frost.
Click on the shopping list above to download and print your own copy and not only take it to your local farmers market or grocery store but to the garden nursery when selecting your seeds and transplants.
How can I learn to grow my own vegetables?
Would you like your grocery store to be right in your own backyard? I invite you to enroll in my “No Fuss Vegetable Garden” course and monthly coaching. The doors are open, and class begins March 1st.
Click on the picture to learn how to enroll. I’d love for you to join me in making this year the year YOU start growing your own fresh organic vegetables.