Fall is traditionally a time of change - the leaves change colors, the weather gets cooler, and the days get a little shorter. This fall, you can make a change too - a change in your nutritional habits.
Aside from all the exciting changes that characterize fall, the season also brings about the sprouting of new fruits and veggies best to grown or bought during the fall months. Fruits and vegetables such as squash, kale, pumpkin, and apples are prime for picking during the fall, and offer a wide range of nutritional benefits.
These tasty foods are high in vitamins, minerals, and fiber, so they promote digestive health and strengthen your bones and muscles. They are also highly adaptable foods; you can prepare them in a wide variety of ways.
The following infographic by Abbott Nutrition specifies the many health benefits each of these fall foods offer.
This fall, head to the grocery store and pick up these fruits and veggies to improve your eating habits; you can try hundreds of different recipes!