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74 Year Old Discovers the Fountain of Youth in Her Garden looks 40



John from visits the ageless woman, Annette Larkins who has been featured on various News Shows, (CBS, NBC, etc), TV programs (The Doctors, Steve Harvey, etc), Newspapers and more to share with you once and for all the reason why this 74 year old doesn’t look a day over 40.

In this episode, John will share with you some of the most important parts of Annette’s diet, which is the food she grows. John will share some of the fruits that Annette is growing in her front yard, and then share with you how she is growing food in the backyard as well as the different types of vegetables and herbs she is growing in the backyard. John will highlight some of the most valuable anti-aging and anti-disease vegetables that Annette grows and you may want to grow too. Next, John will share with you the staples of Annettes diet: Sprouts and Microgreens and how she can easily grow them within just a few days even in the shade of backyard overhang. Finally, John will try Noni fruit on the camera for the first time to let you know how it tastes.

Next, John will sit down with Annette, and interview her about her garden and you will discover:
34:00 interview beg
35:40 What is the Noni Fruit and Why do you juice it so much?
39:52 Why did you originally get into growing your own food and gardening?
42:43 What are some of the problems that you see with eating animal products?
46:50 How important are the sprouts you grow and why do you eat them?
54:30 What was the profession of your husband and how does he feel about all this?
01:03:00 Is it ever too late to start making changes?

1:06:44 What is the most important message you have for my viewers?
11🕚🕚: 11:00 How can people learn more about your work and what your doing?

Referenced Videos:
Best liquid fertilizer to grow huge plants in your garden (Ocean Solution Episode)

How to Grow Sprouts

How to Grow Microgreens

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