Starting Up Your Own Food Garden

We live in a world where it is considered the norm to live your entire life on food like substances brought at places like McDonalds. The products sold at Kentucky fried chicken and McDonalds can only very loosely be termed “food” as most of it is made up of chemicals and preservatives.

Switch to organic
The best and only way around this problem is to switch to an organic or at the very least a mostly organic diet. This means buying food that has not been sprayed with chemicals and preservatives. However, in most cases, buying organic food over its chemically laced counterpart will also mean a big expenditure because organic food usually cost triple of what chemically sprayed food costs. Therefore the best option for you is to consider having a small food garden in your home. While you will not be able to have all of your food from your garden, at least you will be able to have a big percentage that is organic. You may purchase a few small vegetable plants from your local cooperative and start to grow them in your garden. You may have a small synthetic turf around the plants to make your new food garden look pretty and you will need to find some self-watering mechanisms that you can use when you are out of home or busy with work. For more info about artificial turf Sydney, visit this site.

It is important to remember that while your synthetic grass suppliers Sydney does not need any watering, your food plants will need the right amount of water. Too much or too little water can ruin or kill the plant. In some cases, the plant can stay alive but not bear fruit if not taken care of well. In fact, an experiment was done to prove this statement when a customer of McDonalds bought a burger and simply left it outside to watch it degrade. This was sixteen years ago and to date the burger that was purchased from McDonalds has not rotten nor degraded. Real food riots and degrades as do our bodies and any other biological substance and therefore the fact that McDonalds burgers do not degrade prove to us very clearly that this food is made up solely of chemicals and preservatives. The alarming part however is that it is not only McDonald’s food that is laced with chemicals. Almost every kind of food we buy today when processed will have a list of chemicals and additives that have been added to them to make them last on the shelf longer or to prevent bugs from eating them. As we as a society continue to eat this junk, we are ruining our own bodies and making ourselves sick.