Ty Wilson Law - June 2020

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Inside This Issue From the Desk of Ty PAGE 1 Can Working Out Protect You From a Virus? PAGE 1 5 World Records Broken by Animals PAGE 2 How to Feel Renewed at Any Age PAGE 3 Paleo Sausage Frittata PAGE 3 Take a Break! PAGE 3 3 Garden-Fresh Ingredients for Your Smoothies! PAGE 4

TRY THESE HOMEGROWN INGREDIENTS IN YOUR SMOOTHIES! 3 Garden Favorites for Something Delicious and Nutritious

at all when you pair it with sweeter fruits and vegetables in a smoothie.

When you’re looking for a tasty, healthy snack, homemade smoothies are hard to beat. Naturally sweetened by fresh fruits and vegetables and packed with all sorts of nutrients, smoothies are the perfect summertime breakfast option or post-workout reward. Even better, you can grow several smoothie-worthy ingredients right in your own backyard. For a truly fresh and healthy treat, trying growing these ingredients in your garden.


Like spinach, you can easily start growing carrots this summer and have them ready to harvest in the fall, though they take about twice as long to grow. Carrots can give your smoothies a delightful natural sweetness. They’re also a waist-friendly food and full of nutrients like beta carotene, fiber, and antioxidants. If you have them in your garden, they’re a must-have in your smoothie.


smoothies. Just be sure to plant mint in its own container, or else it might take over your garden! Mint leaves can also go a long way in soothing an upset stomach. A good smoothie is enough to satisfy your cravings for something sweet and nutritious, and when you can use ingredients fresh from your garden, it’s all the more satisfactory.

Just like spinach is easy to blend into smoothies, it’s also easy to grow in gardens. Most varieties take between 37–45 days to mature and can be grown multiple times throughout the year. Spinach is a rich source of iron, calcium, magnesium, and various other vitamins and minerals. Plus, if you’re not a fan of leafy greens, you’re in luck. You can’t taste it


If you want a garden plant that grows fast in abundance and tastes good, mint is the plant for you. It takes around 90 days for the plant to grow 1–2 feet tall and yield plenty of refreshing, tasty leaves to garnish your

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