FOOD & WATER - community vegetable gardens

Uplift communities with land for vegetable and fruit growth, allowing them to reconnect with how their forefathers cultivated and respected the land - zero chemical pesticides. Fighting Bernays Syndrome can stop Global Warming which will then secure our water supply.


Creating awareness in impoversihed areas on how a well nourished and chemical-free lifestyle is possible on a low budget. Empowering low income households with awareness on how poor nutrition and chemical exposure leads to disease:

.1 in 10 children mentally ill, pharmaceutical industry emphasises genetics. Studies point to compromised environment.

In 1950 it was reported that only 1 in 25 000 children suffered from autism. This figure has jumped to one in 27. One in ten children worldwide is estimated as suffering from mental illness and by 2027, only ten years from now, all children will be affected by mental or physical disease.

Experts now ascribe it to chemically treated and genetically modified crops grown in depleted soil, fueled and supplemented by Biased News & Inauthentic Advertising that proliferate in the commercial world characterising our current capitalist system. 

The implication is that banks, supermarkets, mobile companies and social mediums entrusted with the enrichment and health of communities use news & advertising to disguise their detrimental effect on society’s most vulnerable, especially children. These claims are evidence based. Six years of academic research, scholarly articles, neuroscientific and biochemical results available from SEESworld.


1. nutrient density labels and pesticide labels - supermarkets


2. KITCHEN NUTRITION WAR on fake food:

Increase vegetables, especially non-starchy/above ground, to 70-80% of plate .

No sugar or refined carbohydrates

No fried foods

No fruit juice or soft drinks

Oils: Cook with avocado oil, butter or ghee (grass-fed) and at lower temperatures coconut oil and olive oil (lowest temperature cooking).

Use local oils in dark bottles kept in a cool place.

Starchy vegetables/grains are all better with evening meal:

Sweet potatoes, beetroot, carrot, butternut, etc.

Brown rice, quinoa, buckwheat or millet,

  • Room temperature baby potatoes.

Water + Herbal teas - Drink 2 litres/day


Free Vegetables: 70-80% of plate

The following vegetables should be eaten freely – using a minimum variety of 5 a day plus at least portions a day. 

Half or preferably 70-80% of the plate should consist of these vegetables – choose a variety of colours.


Artichokes and asparagus

Fenugreek seeds, broccoli and radish

  • Sprouts, water chestnuts and bamboo shoots

  • Brassicaceae: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale

  • Bok Choy, spinach, Swiss chard, dandelion, mustard and beet greens

  • Tomatoes, peppers, chives, cucumber, spring onions, onions, radish, garlic, leeks and celery

  • Lettuce – all types: watercress, rocket, etc.

  • Eggplant, green beans, snow peas

  • Sea Vegetables / “weed” – nori, cut and add to salads

  • Gem squash, zucchini, summer squash

  • Okra, waterblommetjies

  • Spring greens – include dandelions, nettles, clover and other greens commonly known as “weeds”.

These can be used in salads or cooked in soups, stews, curries, etc.



2 portions and should always be eaten with a protein, e.g. 6 nuts or 2 tbs seeds – preferably these fruit:

1 medium apple or pear, 3 fresh apricots, 2 fresh figs, 2 plums

  • Citrus: 1 orange, 1 grapefruit, 2 small tangerines

  • Melons: ½ medium cantaloupe, ¼ small honeydew, 2 cups watermelon

  • ½ medium mango, 2 small nectarines/peaches

  • 1 - 1 ½ cups berries (strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries), 15 cherries

  • 1 pomegranate, 2 kiwi




ORGANIC FOOD CO-OP – How to start one in your suburb,

WHAT’S ORGANIC AND WHAT’S NOT? Tips on how to distinguish,



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