A man who knows the nature can never be hungry. Lots of healthy food you can find in nature and used later for cooking.

Collecting food for our family is in our nature and blood.

Today, there are many companies and associations which you can join if you want to learn more about survival in nature, and about the food you can find and how to use it.

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Wild Garlic

It’s time for wild garlic. It is a spring body cleaner. You can find it in the clean unpolluted areas. You should pick only the leaves of wild garlic before it flourish. It cleanses the body of toxins and it’s incredibly good for overall health. Chop it and mix it with cheese; Eat with a bit of salt and freshly squeezed lemon juice, or add it to an omelet.

Nettle

You can find healthy young nettle full of iron and “load” yourself with health. You can find it in uncontaminated areas. Bring gloves and watch out for the stinging nettle. Wash the nettle thoroughly, chop it and prepare with the cream, a bit of garlic and flour.

Mushrooms

If you are an expert for mushrooms you can easily find them in some forests. Mushroom hunting can be a very risky business and requires a lot of knowledge, so don’t do it if you are not well prepared.

Clover

It’s not only for animal nutrition. It’s easy to find and you can consume seeds, dry the leaves for tea, or even eat them fresh.

Dandelion

This flower can be almost fully utilized and it grows almost everywhere. Extremely yellow flowers are the real signs that spring has arrived. You should mix leaves with plain green salad or make the perfect healthy omelet.

Berries

Berries (strawberries, blackberries, blueberries etc.) can also be found in nature. Wild species are much healthier and more nutritious than farmed ones and are delicious in smoothies, ice creams and cakes. They’re easy to recognize, but often a little more difficult to pick because of the thorny branches.

Nuts

Walnuts, hazelnuts, chestnuts… They all are very healthy and nutritious. They’re easy to identify, collect or pick up. Just be careful with the spiky capsule of the chestnut.

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is a health advocate, journalist and theologian. He is an outspoken internet activist who has contributed to many magazines and web sites. After years spent in digital marketing and online journalism he became one of the founders and editors at HealthyFitNatural.com. Combining knowledge and research with facts of modern science, Alexander continues to writes about alternative medicine and health benefits of nature. Unlike most writers he strongly believes that there's no magic pill that will lead you to long term health and beauty and that without effort, there can be no gain.

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