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Gardening's benefits jibe with today's emphasis on wellness
by Dean Fosdick
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3 April 2018
On 3 April 2018 The Associated Press reported:
Modern gardening isn't just about growing plants -- it's part of a movement toward personal and family wellness that includes everything from diet and exercise to a clean and livable environment. 'A lot of things are going on with wellness as it applies to our food culture,' said Helen Lundell, a senior consultant with The Hartman Group Inc., a company in Bellevue, Washington, that studies consumer, food and beverage trends. 'The essential theme is that consumers are moving toward natural foods. First and foremost is the absence of pesticides and chemicals used in production.'
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'People want to exercise,' she said. 'They want to connect with nature. They want to socialize. They want to have some private time and disconnect from social media. They want long-term weight management rather than crash diets.' All of those can be benefits from gardening.
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