Ebook First Look: Food4Wealth

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Food4Wealth Review

How can I grow vegetables without hard work? What exactly is ecological gardening? And can a black thumb like me really grow my own food? These are some of the questions I hope to answer by reading Food4Wealth, an ebook that supposedly teaches how to optimally grow your own food with minimal effort.

I just received a review copy of Food4Wealth, thanks to Jonathan White and Michael Guilfoyle, and I can’t wait to learn if I can really grow my own food as easily as Jonathan says.

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I’ve always been a little bit of a black thumb, more brown really, when it comes to plants as I tend to forget to water them. So I’ve always been hesitant to put forth the effort into growing my own food as I can’t even keep a house plant watered.

After learning about what this ebook has to offer I decided it was finally worth a test. It also helps that my apartment community offers a community garden with water timers. :)

What is Food4Wealth?

This is not just an ebook, it’s an entire multimedia package. It includes an audio book and video tutorials in an attempt to reach all types of learners. The 80-page guide is said to be a step-by-step instruction manual that’s easy to understand.

If that isn’t simple enough there are 14 video tutorials with over an hour of real-life illustrations. I’m really looking forward to seeing these as I am a visual learner.

From Food4Wealth.com

The Food4Wealth Method

Food4Wealth Ebook Cover with Jonathan WhiteYour Food4Wealth garden is basically a natural habitat that is made up of edible plants, and you can create one more easily than you realize. As a matter of fact, it’s far easier than creating a traditional vegetable garden. You won’t have to dig, and you won’t have to heave heavy loads. It will only take a few hours and many of the materials you require can be gathered for free.

Once this amazing ecosystem is set up you will be able to harvest fresh organic food every single day. It will literally save you thousands of dollars per year.

Absolutely everything you need to know to grow healthy, fresh organic food, without all the problems.

After reading and watching Food4Wealth you will know how to:

  • Set up a garden that produces many times more than a traditional vegetable garden
  • Set up a garden that only requires 8 hours of light easy effort per year
  • Grow food that you can harvest every single day of the year, no matter where you live
  • Set up a garden that NEVER needs digging
  • Set up a garden that REPELS PESTS
  • Set up a garden that has virtually NO WEEDS
  • Grow vegetables and fruit ORGANICALLY
  • (And the list continues on the website…)

If we are to make a difference to our planet, live economically and improve our lives, we need to start taking action – real physical action. Sitting around talking about it won’t change a thing, but growing our own healthy organic food in an environmentally gentle way will make a positive change for millions of us.

Who is Jonathan White?

G Magazine Issue #22 Cover - September/October 2009

Jonathan White, creator of Food4Wealth, is an environmental scientist, landscape designer and horticulturalist. With ecological gardening methods he’s able to feed his family on a small 15 by 15 foot vegetable garden even though he’s living on 14 acres.

In 2009 he was featured in G Magazine with his article Gardens that grow themselves. For those of us who don’t live in Australia, G Magazine is a Sydney based publication dedicated to sustainability. It is published on 100% recycled paper and hopes to help consumers reduce their environmental impact.

What’s next?

First, I need to read Food4Wealth and see just what I’ve gotten myself into. After that I’ll be able to provide a more detailed review in addition to progress updates. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest information.

About Brianne Coelho

Brianne Coelho is the founder of Naturally Earth Friendly. She's dedicated to living an eco-conscious lifestyle with her family and helping others make more sustainable choices to ensure a happy planet for our children and future generations.

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