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How To Grow Healthy



\nPhoto: WHO/S. Volkov\nFats consumed should be less than 30% of your total energy intake. This will help prevent unhealthy weight gain and NCDs. There are different types of fats, but unsaturated fats are preferable over saturated fats and trans-fats. WHO recommends reducing saturated fats to less than 10% of total energy intake; reducing trans-fats to less than 1% of total energy intake; and replacing both saturated fats and trans-fats to unsaturated fats.\n\nThe preferable unsaturated fats are found in fish, avocado and nuts, and in sunflower, soybean, canola and olive oils; saturated fats are found in fatty meat, butter, palm and coconut oil, cream, cheese, ghee and lard; and trans-fats are found in baked and fried foods, and pre-packaged snacks and foods, such as frozen pizza, cookies, biscuits, and cooking oils and spreads.




How To Grow Healthy


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\nPhoto: WHO/T. David\nBreastfeeding is the best way to provide the ideal food for newborns and infants. WHO recommends that mothers initiate breastfeeding within one hour of birth. Breastfeeding for the first six months is crucial for the baby to grow up healthy. It is recommended that breastfeeding is continued for up to two years and beyond. Aside from being beneficial to babies, breastfeeding is also good for the mother as it reduces the risk of breast and ovarian cancer, type II diabetes, and postpartum depression.


Photo: WHO/S. VolkovFats consumed should be less than 30% of your total energy intake. This will help prevent unhealthy weight gain and NCDs. There are different types of fats, but unsaturated fats are preferable over saturated fats and trans-fats. WHO recommends reducing saturated fats to less than 10% of total energy intake; reducing trans-fats to less than 1% of total energy intake; and replacing both saturated fats and trans-fats to unsaturated fats.The preferable unsaturated fats are found in fish, avocado and nuts, and in sunflower, soybean, canola and olive oils; saturated fats are found in fatty meat, butter, palm and coconut oil, cream, cheese, ghee and lard; and trans-fats are found in baked and fried foods, and pre-packaged snacks and foods, such as frozen pizza, cookies, biscuits, and cooking oils and spreads.


Photo: WHO/T. DavidBreastfeeding is the best way to provide the ideal food for newborns and infants. WHO recommends that mothers initiate breastfeeding within one hour of birth. Breastfeeding for the first six months is crucial for the baby to grow up healthy. It is recommended that breastfeeding is continued for up to two years and beyond. Aside from being beneficial to babies, breastfeeding is also good for the mother as it reduces the risk of breast and ovarian cancer, type II diabetes, and postpartum depression.


There is little doubt that healthy plants produce lots of great-tasting tomatoes. But when it comes to growing tomatoes, keeping disease, plant issues and pests away can often be a difficult challenge.


The good news is that armed with a few simple tips and secrets, you can eliminate all of the above issues, and in the process, grow some pretty amazing tomatoes. With that in mind, here is a look at 6 simple tips to keep your plants vibrant and strong all year long.


If you do nothing else to help your tomato plants, give them a new space and place to grow this year. Growing tomatoes in the same garden space or in the same container soil year after year is inviting disaster.


For garden or raised bed spaces, try to never grow tomatoes in the same space for a minimum of 3 years. Four or five years is even better. Not only does it help protect against disease, it also can keep pests at bay too.


No matter how strong your soil might be early in the growing season, your tomato plants can quickly deplete that soil of nutrients. Unfortunately, when the soil runs out of energy, so will your plants.


And finally, one of the most important tasks to keep your garden and future tomato plants healthy is to make sure you clear out your tomato plants (and all vegetable plants) at the end of each growing season.


Growing flowers is something that can be done by anyone, anywhere. People plant flowers in their yards, apartments, and even balconies! No matter where you are or what space you have to work with, you will always be able to grow healthy flowers. However, it may seem difficult at first, depending on your growing conditions. The best way for a beginner to get started is to learn from the flower pros themselves! Here are 6 effective tips from the pros on how to grow healthy flowers in your garden.


Choosing the right location is always an important part of growing flowers. Flowers need hours of sunlight every day to grow properly. Also, you are going to want to research which flowers need more water or less water in order to determine if they will fit in your garden space. This step is especially essential for beginners who have never planted flowers before because it will help you pick the most appropriate flowers in the beginning.


Also, you can help blooms grow larger if they are planted closer to each other because they will receive more nutrients from their neighboring plants. Therefore, if you are building a garden bed, then be sure to plant flowers close together!


Just like watering your flowers daily, pruning your flowers is necessary if you want to have healthy flowers. When pruning, it is important to carefully remove any dead or dying blooms by cutting them near the stem. This will help your flowers produce new blooms next spring and ensure that they grow properly.


If space in your garden is limited, get inventive. Many plants can be trained to grow vertically, such as squash and tomatoes. Strawberry pots are a great way to save space and keep the fruits up off the ground. Similarly, many plants can be grown in containers on your patio or even on your windowsill such as herbs, leafy vegetables (lettuce, spinach etc), peppers, and cherry tomatoes.


Any homegrown grub is going to be good for you. Variety counts too, so include as many different types of fruits and vegetables in your diet as you can to get the full complement of health-boosting vitamins and minerals. No further excuses needed for expanding the vegetable garden then!


Maintaining a healthy diet is the most effective (and cheapest!) way to safeguard your health in the long-term, while feeling great in the short-term. So if you would like to prioritize what you grow according to the health benefits provided, here are some suggestions sure to put a pep in your step.


If you're like most gardeners, you're always on the lookout for new and better ways to keep your plants healthy and thriving. If you've heard about the benefits of using hydrogen peroxide for plant roots, you may be wondering if it's worth giving a try.


Insecticides are a great way to keep your vegetable garden healthy and free of harmful insects. But with so many different types available, which one should you choose? In this blog post, we'll discuss the best insecticide for vegetable gardens and give you some tips on how to use it safely and effectively. Keep reading to learn more!


If you're growing broccoli in your garden, you'll want to know when to harvest it. The timing is important, as picking too early or too late can affect the taste and quality of the broccoli. Here's a guide to help you determine when your broccoli is ready to be picked.


Are you looking for best ways to grow healthy plant roots? Whether you're a gardening novice or an experienced green thumb, read on for helpful tips on how to create the perfect environment for healthy root growth. This post is packed with information on everything from soil composition to watering schedules, so you can get your plants off to a strong start!


Plant roots are the extensions of a plant's stem and root system. They function to absorb water, minerals, and other nutrients from the soil as well as anchor the plant in the soil. Roots also play a major role in plant growth and development.


Roots are responsible for absorbing water and nutrients from the soil, and they are also involved in transporting water and nutrients up to the other parts of the plant. It doesn't matter whether you're growing indoor plants, outdoor plants, soilless plants, or growing plants in pots, unhealthy roots can create many problems.If the roots are unhealthy, this can lead to a number of problems, including decreased growth, decreased yields, reduced flower production, and weak stems. It is, therefore, important to pay close attention to the health of your plants' roots!


Plants need healthy roots to absorb water, nutrients, and air. Poor plant roots can lead to a number of problems such as poor growth, increased susceptibility to pests and diseases, and decreased yield. Proper root growth is also important for stability in soil and for the health of the plant itself.


Root growth is a critical part of plant life and is essential for the plant to absorb water and nutrients from the soil. Proper root growth is influenced by a variety of factors, including soil composition, moisture availability, temperature, and light exposure. There are several key things that gardeners can do to encourage healthy root growth in their plants. Some of them are as follows.


Soil is one of the most important factors in determining the health and growth of plant roots. A well-developed soil can support a thriving plant while insufficient or poor soil will result in weakened or even dead plants. When planting a new garden, it is important to choose a site that has good soil quality. Poor soils can be remedied with organic matter, lime, and water, but good soils take time and effort to create.


Healthy soil is essential for plant root growth. However, good soil quality can be difficult to achieve. Good soil can provide the right conditions for healthy root growth, including adequate nutrients and moisture. Soil is composed of a variety of elements, including air, water, organic matter, minerals, and rocks. The right balance of these elements is essential for growing healthy plant roots. Too much or too little of any of these elements can cause problems for plants.


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