“Superfoods! Grow Nutrient-dense foods that make a difference for you”

What if you could grow the Nutrient-dense healing foods that grow well in your climate?

Use the space you have at home and learn to grow the foods that will make an impact in your life right now. Save on expensive supplements and grocery bills.

Set up your healing garden with foods that impact your health and taste great. Make caring for your garden a part of your regular self-care routine, in only 15 minutes a day.

Raise your hand if….
  • You are tired of spending so much money buying organic greens and so frustrated you throw it away afterward.
  • You struggle finding the time to shop frequently at Specialty stores, or the farmers market?
  • You don’t buy all this fresh food because you don’t know how to cook it?
  • You spent money and time buying organic vegetables to make smoothies, and juices at home.
  • You hear eating more fresh leafy greens is important, but don’t know what that means for you!? What are fresh leafy greens anyhow?
  • You are curious to know if you could actually grow something good for your health?
  • You hear superfoods are good but don’t know why that is true.
  • You have tried gardening before but killed the plants.  You believe you have a black thumb.
  • Your house is small, you live in an apartment, or have landlord restrictions.
  • You work full time and have family obligations. You have no time!
  • You have heard about how calming gardening is and you want some of that, even a bit.
At the end of this course, you will learn
  • The health benefits of growing Nutrient-dense foods from home.
  • Identify the ideal location to start this garden, containers, soil, etc.
  • To avoid biggest mistakes beginner garnders make and how to be set up for a thriving garden.
  • How to Design your self-care routine to include gardening to enhance your over all wellbeing in just minutes.
  • Best practices for harvesting, and caring for these plants organically to enhance richness in flavor and nutrients.
  • Easy and practical ways to use these tasty foods in a variety of ways such as eating, preserving, drying with out any expensive or specialized equipment.

George was a patient of mine who struggled with the cost of fresh food and having to choose to pay for his medications. “Nevermind buying Organic food ”, he said to me. “I can barely afford the pills the doctor gives me”. I Instructed George to find the widest old containers he already had at home. Then he got his grandson to put them on a waist-high table, on a corner of the patio and followed my instructions on how to set it up. Then I gave him a list of seeds to look for next time he was at the dollar store. He found curly kale seeds for $1.00/pack+ tax. In a few weeks, he started to harvest kale from home, which gave him a taste of fresh greens right from home. Then he got Lacinato Kale, and so on. What impressed me the most is how happy he was after he saw the first few leaves come up! It’s magical Pat! Why has no one told me this before! I then proceeded to teach him the different healing properties of different herbs, green leafy vegetables, etc.


I didn’t know how good Ginger was for me but knew my mom used it as medicine. We use Lemongrass/ginger tea at the first sign of a cold because it helps my throat feel better right away. We dumped Nyquil and throat medication years ago and now I know why. I started drinking this in middle school.


During the summer days, I love to add ginger to my green smoothies. But when I have menstrual cramps, I warm up some of the Golden milk my mom makes and it usually does the trick. The main ingredients in that tea are ginger and turmeric. I do not take pain pills as I used to. Sometimes I eat out and come home with an upset stomach. A cup of ginger tea makes me feel better right away, it helps my digestion.

I ordered some Turmeric and planted it in my house. We added old leaves as mulch on top of it, because the summer heat is intense, and then I left for an unexpected trip. I live in Florida so it rains, but it gets very hot. Very hot. When I came back after 8 weeks the plants were big and healthy-looking. It is a very attractive plant easy to grow and care for. In the fall we got healthy, good-looking turmeric which we froze, and used for cooking, and tea. I also used some of the odd-looking ones to plant this year’s garden.

Invest in Yourself Now and Harvest your Health over and over again!

Why now?
  1. Invest now and harvest your health over and over again.
  2. Learn to grow plants that move the needle on your health, then slowly expand in your garden collection.
  3. Save money on Nutrient-dense food you can grow at home.
  4. Spend money on what you cannot grow in your climate.
  5. Taking care of your immune system has always been important.
Julie works full-time outside her house, goes to see her mom at the nursing home at least once/week, and cooks for her husband and children. She also attends Toastmasters on Thursdays and studies at night to be a Business coach. She confided in me her dream was to have a small garden where she could grow some food for her family but she didn’t know-how. I built a raised garden box for her and helped her fill it with the best soil mix she could afford without breaking the bank. We met one Saturday, and planted the bed with herbs, green leafy vegetables, some turmeric and ginger. Julie had never grown edible plants before. I visited her about 6 weeks after and she was so happy when she pulled fresh veggies from her plants. She waited for me because I had not told her how to cut them off! She was excited. “This was my dream”, she said. I can’t wait to share this with my husband. Julie continues working during the day, so her husband offered to water the garden during his break when he works from home. Now they both share the benefits from it.

Alex works 60 hours/day and follows a vegan diet. He buys his food at different stores, including Wholefoods but found that some foods go to wait because he did grocery shopping once/week or sometimes every 2 weeks because of his job schedule. Organic foods were wasted, and he was not happy about that. He does most of the cooking because he enjoys it. He told me he would like to grow some of his food to save on grocery bills and time but did not know where to start. I built him a raised bed and scheduled one weekend to plant his raised bed with him. He got his youngest daughter and Mother involved in the planting and had a great time doing it. A few weeks later he was harvesting fresh greens to cook. A few months after he told me he loses track of time when he is in the garden because he feels relaxed when he tends to it. While he was happy he was saving money, he loved the relaxing benefits he got while caring for the garden. He did not mind spending a few minutes when he could and sometimes more during the weekend on it.

This is what you get in this course:

Recognize the benefits of growing these superfoods

Spend less time at the grocery store and more time with nature creating peace and wellbeing while you garden.

have confidence in the qulaity of food you are eating, and giving you a better sense of vitality.

Don’t waste time on craving, feed the need in your own back yard.

Tune into what your body needs, and listen to what in your garden is calling to you

Design a garden that optimizes your space for life style

Breakdown essential elements to a thriving garden so you can take advantage of your unique space

Understand the qualities need for productive growth environment

See real world examples to inspire your own garden


Dig in and grow your health

Easy step by step videos to determine what to grow when and where.

Utilize the resources you have to create what you want

Get live support you need 

Garden care/Self-care
Caring for your plants is a short routine, not a dreaded event.
Healing gardens benefits–set up your user-friendly space
Safety in the garden, etc.
Harvest, use, preserve.
More recipes using what you planted, no special equipment.
Preserve, and harvest frequently.
Different tricks to use these foods.

Q&A time
Challenges and tricks–Organic gardening does not mean work all the time!!
Prep for following weather change (cool to warm, warm to cool)

  • Master your growing conditions, then you decide what to grow, not the commercials, or big stores.
  • Learn what awesome healing foods you can grow where you live, now. No need to wait until you move to a farm or retire to start.
  • Learn to grow the foods that will make an impact in your life right now, and save on expensive supplements and grocery bills.
  • Incorporate caring for these plants into your daily self-care routine.
  • Eat these foods regularly, in different fun ways.
Map out your home space, and discover new possibilities guide.
  • Locate your home’s hidden grow spaces
  • Be aware of common obstacles and work around them
  • Use permaculture principles to extend your growing season
  • Location, location, locations…?
Discount on Superfood Bundle
  • Enough Fresh organic Turmeric to start your stash
  • Enough fresh organic Ginger to start  as well
  • Longevity spinach cuttings: heat-loving, powerful healing plant.
  • Okinawa spinach cuttings; known for their nutritional content.
  • Videos on how to plant them
Basic Garden Setup Checklist
  • Budget-friendly containers choices
  • Some tools to begin with
  • Some soil, not dirt
  • Where is the water?
  • What plants need support?
  • Safety stuff
User-friendly recipes using food covered
  • Meal recipes
  • Smoothies
  • Hot and cold teas
  • Off-season alternatives
Private Facebook Group for support
  • Course members-only Facebook group
  • We will address questions daily for the duration of the course
  • Opportunity to share with other course members
  • Safe space- all participants welcome
  • No disrespect will be tolerated
Can I grow this even if I have a black thumb?
This course will teach you how to grow important food families. Mastering a few plant families will help you avoid mistakes you may have made in the past. Nothing to do with the color of your thumb, you just didn’t know what they needed.
What if I don't have time to tend to a garden?
We will teach you how to set up your garden in one weekend, then it’s planting time. The plants chosen need minimal care and are highly nutritious. That is why setting them right from the start is key.
Is gardening is expensive?
Growing these foods will actually save you money and time shopping in the future. Their healing properties may save you more than money in the store.
What if the weather where I live is too hot/too cold/too wet/too dry:
These foods may be grown in containers giving you the flexibility to move to fit your local weather. Two of them thrive in the heat and the other may be grown in cooler weather or partly shaded areas. They can also be moved indoors if you get a hard freeze.  We will give you options of green leafy vegetables for cold and warm weather for you to choose from.
What if I don't have space?
You can grow a small garden using containers, and set them up vertically to maximize space. You will learn small gardens can yield enough healthy food to make a difference in your health. That is what this course is all about!
What if there is no sun, or too much sun?
Most plants need a minimum of 6 hours of sun, but indirect sunlight is also good. You will be able to choose the greens you grow based on your local conditions. Plenty of vegetables may grow in partial shade. Many people don’t use partly shaded areas which is a wasted resource in my opinion.
Does it takes a lot of work to garden?
This is a matter of opinion. After the initial setup, I find it is easier to walk outside and harvest something to make myself a smoothie than going to the store for large quantities of vegetables. The initial setup may be done with a family member or friend to assist if need be.
Am I too old/unhealthy for the garden?
I am a nurse by profession, and I also garden with my family young and old. Therefore safety is always in my mind. We address safe working spaces, how to’ s and what not to’s, using common sense as a rule. Tall people, or short alike, we all need to adapt our styles, but working outdoors is generally a good thing. Check with your health practitioner regarding the level of activity you may or may not do.
Does gardening requires constant care?
Organic gardening is working with Nature not against it, making it easy for me as a gardener, and the planet as well. We encouraged you to take a walk in your garden as part of your daily self-care routine, and tend to it in short periods at a time instead of all at once since I also have work and family to care for.
What if I have never done this?
Sharing how to grow and use a healing garden is my passion. You will get the opportunity to ask questions and share your experiences in a FB group and during Q&A time during a weekly zoom call.  As long as you remember to ask what you don’t understand, why not? You want to learn, I like to teach!
Some foods that are great for your health, are also sprayed with pesticides regularly. Yes, sad reality; Refer to the “Dirty Dozen yearly publication”, educate yourself, and remember to wash wash wash them…But what if you could grow some of those foods yourself???

Buying organic is best. Consider buying organic what is hard or simply impossible for you to grow. Do you know what awesome foods YOU can grow??

Some of the most nutritious foods can be grown in a home garden without special complicated over-the-top apparel. Just think how our grandmothers and great-grandmothers used to grow food.

If you buy supplements, organic food, or are interested in up-leveling your health and that of your family, starting to grow some of the food that impacts you now,  is the way to go. It makes sense if you think about it. Even growing one or two things will make a difference in your life.!

Health is everybody’s business. Where food comes from should also be our business.

I’m Pat Galo, Registered Nurse, Nutrition fanatic, garden geek, and founder of GrowHealth4u.

After years of experience working in healthcare, and caring for my own family illness, I also started to get sick myself. Short story we changed our lifestyle.

By eating as clean as possible I merged my clinical experience with my love for gardening. Using our home space is the best thing I’ve done for myself and my family. I brought that knowledge to people that struggled with chronic diseases, and financial difficulties. I teach edible gardening!

Growing food that matters is empowering. It takes you from being a spectator to a decision-maker in Your future.

Do you want to try? No need for huge terrains, tons of experience, and complicated equipment. Plants want to grow if we just provide them with what they need. No magic, just nature.

Every person has individual needs and health challenges. But one thing most health professionals agree on is, that we could all eat more fruits and vegetables. What we eat matters, and how we grow it, makes it or breaks it.

How we live nourishes the body, mind, and spirit. Some foods are powerhouses, Nutrient-dense, and worthy of space in our homes. Those are the foods I’m interested in growing.