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Five reasons why you're totally crazy if you aren't growing your own food.
J.D. Heyes Writen by J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for Natural News, News Target, & editor of The National Sentinel. Read More Button
In one of his recent podcasts, Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, discussed the attributes and advantages of food insurance - that is, the ability to sustain yourself and your family by growing as much of your own food as possible.
In fact, the Health Ranger says you may be "crazy" for not doing so.
"As things get even crazier in the world, there are more reasons than ever to grow at least some of your own food. In fact, I say you're crazy if you don't grow some of your own food!" he says in the podcast, "5 reasons why you're totally crazy if you aren't growing your own food."
Suddenly the economics make a lot of sense,
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Years ago, he noted, because of the fact that food production was not nearly so commercialized as it is today, it was easier and cheaper to rely on purchasing fruits and vegetables from the local supermarket. They were usually very fresh, wholesome, and nutritious - and there were no GMOs.
As food prices continue to climb - and are expected to go even higher - it makes sense to start growing your own. Listen below to Adams' five reasons why you'd be crazy not to.