Why Gardening is Good For Your Health [Infographic]
The point of Conserve Future Energy is to help others realize what kind of state our planet is in right now. With climate change, global warming and our constant usage of non-renewable energy resources, we need to do all we can to do our bit for the environment and one way you can do your part, have some tasty food, stay in shape and also have fun is by gardening. The people at WhatShed got in touch and we have this infographic that shows just how good for you gardening can be.
By growing your own food, you are making sure that you are eating more organic and natural food. Of course, this is going to save you money in the long run, but it is also a way that you can do your small part for the environment. Growing your own food is a wonderful experience and that first time you make a dish with vegetables you have grown from scratch, you will never look back.
Gardening takes care of your physical and mental health so you get full body workout. Speaking of which, you no longer need to go to the gym as gardening for a few hours is just as good for burning calories as spending an hour in the gym. People who are keen gardeners tend to be happier people and more adept at fighting off things like strokes and various heart issues. As you can see, gardening does wonders for your body and the better in health you are, mentally and physically, the more you can do for the environment.
So as you can see by spending time in your garden, growing plants and carefully growing your own food, you can save money, be healthier and also make sure that your pantry is full of great tasting food. Have a good look at the infographic and see all of the wonderful benefits gardening offers you.
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