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#288: How You Can Donate Your Excess Home Vegetable Garden Harvest Through AmpleHarvest.org

#288: How You Can Donate Your Excess Home Vegetable Garden Harvest Through AmpleHarvest.org In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Mike visits the home of AmpleHarvest.org found Gary Oppenheimer to talk about reducing food waste in America. Gary gives us the complete background, history and foundation of AmpleHarvest.org and how his passion to reduce waste has lead him to be named a CNN hero for his efforts. He will tell us the statistics behind how AmpleHarvest.org is not only reducing food waste but helping to put a dent into food insecurity in America, as well as how a positive side effect of AmpleHarvest.org is to be able to feed the hungry, nutritious food ...

#287: Treating Chronic Inflammation Through a Proper Nutrition Plan that Includes Your Home Grown Veggies | Featuring Dr. David Seaman

#287: Treating Chronic Inflammation Through a Proper Nutrition Plan that Includes Your Home Grown Veggies | Featuring Dr. David Seaman In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike interviews Dr. David Seaman, a well known doctor and expert on chronic inflammation. Dr. Seaman shares his decades worth of experience on chronic inflammation, how you can develop inflammation over time, and the foods you need to eat in order to battle chronic inflammation. Author a new book titled, "The Deflame Diet", Dr. Seaman will tell us what the symptoms of chronic inflammation are, 3 things that will invariably lead to chronic inflammation and why the veggies you grow ...

#286: How Women Can Treat Polycystic Syndrome with a Healthy Eating Plan with Expert Dr. Kelly Baez

http://averagepersongardening.com/podcast/286_How_Women_Can_Treat_Polycystic_Syndrome_with_a_Healthy_Eating_Plan_with_Expert_Dr_Kelly_Baez.html In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike interviews Dr. Kelly Baez a licensed professional counselor about PCOS, polycystic ovary syndrome, and how switching to a healthy eating plan made up with the vegetables grown in your home garden, is a great start. Dr. Baez is also the author of a new book, "PCOS Mindset for Health: Strategies to Successfully Manage Polycystic Ovary Syndrome." She will tell us about nutrition and food preparation, how that relates to PCOS, and how making sure you add plenty of colors ...

#285: How to Discipline Yourself to Overcome Procrastination Featuring Expert Eric Twiggs

#285: How to Discipline Yourself to Overcome Procrastination Featuring Expert Eric Twiggs In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with motivation expert Eric Twiggs about his new book, The Discipline of Now. Eric will tell us what is the number one reason why people procrastinate in the first place, and the steps necessary to overcome it. From there, Eric will tell you why both laziness and perfectionism are root causes of procrastination, how and why you should prioritize your daily schedule, and the number one thing you should do every morning when you wake up that will improve your life ...

Strawberries, Raspberries, Beans Coming in and What to do With Those Corn Stalks

Strawberries, Raspberries, Beans Coming in and What to do With Those Corn Stalks Itís September here in New Jersey zone 7a and that means many of the things we were growing our home vegetable garden are heading out, but it also means there a lot of things coming in, and many other leafy variety of veggies that we can get started. Not all is lost though, we still have peppers and beans from our summer crop. So you, like us, grew a lot of corn in your home vegetable garden this year and it would be ashamed if they simply went to the compost pile. You are in luck, you can re-purpose those corn stalks first, and use them as decorations. Simply ...

#284: How to Tackle the Difficult Things in Life by Focusing in on a Single Day with Bryan Falchuk

#284: How to Tackle the Difficult Things in Life by Focusing in on a Single Day with Bryan Falchuk In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Bryan Falchuk, author of the book "Do a Day". Bryan shares with us his story of overcoming difficult challenges in his life that lead him to becoming obese. Today, Bryan is a marathon runner, personal trainer and coach, helping others get through similar life issues. Bryan will share with us his techniques that he talks about in his book "Do a Day" and how focusing in on making today your best day ever will lead to a brighter future ...


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