Farmer Glen left his Fortune 500 corporate career to focus on health. Seeing so many talented people have their lives and careers halted due to health issues, Glen knew there was a better way to live. He decided a successful life included prevention and improving health… as well as avoiding the slippery slope of toxic rescue chemistry. Glen found nutritional quality supplements and foods were the answer to achieving superior health.
Today, Glen demonstrates on his nutrition farm and speaks his entire system to regaining and keeping health. His mission is to share and provide families and small business with the information, products and support for superior health, a fundamental requirement to being successful in life and business.
Glen also demonstrates and teaches how to regenerate health in soil, plants and animals. His regenerative approach benefits many economic and environmental factors including energy, carbon sequestration and reducing greenhouse gasses. Of course, cheerfulness, family, and business success are part of his method.
Carbon rich, regenerative soils grow healthy plants (not weeds) that resist pests and disease, creating safe environments for pollinators and our ability to grow fruit. Heathy soils are teaming with microbial life that allows water to infiltrate, accumulate, and cleanse, minimizing the negative effects of pollution, runoff and drought.
One of the most important lessons that Glen shares is “You are what your food eats”. Healthy soils grow nutritional quality foods that provides health to all who eat them. The opposite is also true, dead and dying soils grow crops that are plagued with weeds, pests and disease. Such crops have to be treated with rescue chemistry. This sometimes toxic rescue chemistry can transfers to the animals and people who eat them, either directly as residues, or indirectly a breakdown metabolites that interfere with nutrient absorption.
Glen invites you to come visit the farm to see, feel and taste nutrition in all its forms. Preventing sickness and disease is a valuable skill to have, and sharing it with talented people in your life is one of the greatest gifts one can give.
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