Upton, Wirral -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/19/2017 -- The Huffington Post, an online American news and opinion website have updated their blogs and recently posted an article stating that home-grown vegetables can actually improve people's mood. The article details how people get excited when they see vegetables first sprouting, saying it gives people satisfaction. Not only this but it has been said that people enjoy having home-grown cooked meals and find growing therapeutic and gives people time to de-stress.
Many people know how important it is to each plenty of vegetables, especially when the number of fruit and vegetables consumed in one day is said to be ten. The article doesn't just encourage people to grow their home vegetables but even gives a healthy recipe, containing beans, broccoli and spinach – all things which people can grow at home.
For further information on the article then visit The Huffington Post site today.
A spokesperson from a leading hydroponics company, Grow & Harvest, was keen to comment on the article saying, "Here at Grow & Harvest we absolutely to grow our own vegetables at home and we completely agree that doing so improves our mood. As you probably already know, you can grow vegetables at home in soil and hydroponically. We always advise people to grow hydroponically because the food produce tastes better, grows quicker and you're able to grow all year-round, and plenty more benefits. If you would like further information, then we're more than happy to help you."
About Grow & Harvest
Grow & Harvest is a leading supplier of hydroponics equipment, offering equipment suitable for absolutely all hydroponic growers – from beginners to enthusiasts. For further information and to view their collections today, simply visit their website.
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