Eating Healthy This Fall

healthy Fall foods to eat
Fresh fruits and vegetables should be part of your Fall diet

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables integral to eating healthy this Fall

Eating healthy shouldn’t be looked upon as a chore or an unpleasant task. Many fruits and vegies taste great either raw or prepared. Vegetables that grow under the soil are termed root vegetables, i.e., potatoes, onions, beets, turnips, yams, and many more. Root vegetables are storage houses of fibers and anti-toxins. They are low in calories, cholesterol, and fat. Root vegetables are also a good source of carotenoids, which can help protect the eyes and prevent risks of certain cancers. According to  Harvard Health Publishing, root vegetables contain various minerals and vitamins, and eating a variety of these vegetables is beneficial for health.  According to their findings, the flesh of a medium-baked sweet potato has only 103 calories. In contrast, it has enough vitamins A (1,096 micrograms (mcg)) to meet the requirements of entire day dietary requirements.

These vegetables can be part of a daily diet in various ways, ranging from beetroot juice, pumpkin soup, baked sweet potato, carrot salad to more creative mixed dishes.

Fruits that keep you healthy this Fall

The fall season offers some of the finest fruit choices, i.e., apples, grapes, grapefruit, Pomegranate, Clementine, Cranberries, and much more. As these fruits ripe absorb all the nutrients, they are perfect options to incorporate into your healthy Fall diet. Fruits serve as healthy snacks and are a great source of refreshment when used as fresh juice.


Apples are rich in a variety of flavonoids which are plant-based anti-toxins. Flavonoids are inflammation reducers, the benefits of which are related to reduced risk of cancer and heart diseases.


A water-concentrated fruit that not only keeps the body hydrated but is also a great source of vitamin C and potassium. As seedless and easy to peel fruits, they are suitable to be consumed at any time in the day. You can also use them in the mixed salad because of the great taste. When combined with melted chocolate, Clementines can serve as healthy desserts.


According to, grapefruit is one of the fruits with the lowest calories. Besides that, grapefruit is an excellent source of fiber, vitamin A ^C, and it also contains potassium, thiamine, magnesium, and folate. Grapefruit can be consumed as the fruit for the day or mixed with avocado, chicken, or salmon to serving as a side dish. Or you may be interested in having freshly homemade grapefruit juice to enjoy under the falling leaves.


This juicy red fruit is a whole package of various nutrients. According to BBC Good food, the antioxidant properties of pomegranate may reduce the risk of having heart diseases if taken regularly. The antioxidants are not only beneficial for cell protection but also controls compounds like cholesterol. The anti-toxins in pomegranate are also considered to have anti-inflammatory properties. As an autumn fruit, pomegranate juice, along with the help benefits, can add a lot of taste and color to your dining table.

Eating Meat

A balanced diet is one containing all the essential elements of nutrients. Therefore the nutritional value of meat or the vegetable alternative cannot be denied. With seasonal changes, dietary requirements change. As autumn is Thanksgiving season, having a Turkey meal is understandable. Turkey meat is a rich source of vitamin B3, B6, and B12. As a rich source of protein, turkey can help maintain muscles and bone strength. Generally, all meat sources, i.e., pork, beef, lamb, turkey, and chicken, provide enough nutrition for any meat-eater. It is, however, essential to cook healthy dishes and avoid the intake of fatty meat in abundance. Therefore, for a healthy Fall, meat options can be combined with vegetables, grilled, combined in sandwiches, and salads, to give enough protein for the body.

Every food is designed by nature to ensure the survival of living organisms. As humans, we can taste almost all the food forms present on earth. However, overing anything can have consequences. Since nature has a system of producing diverse foods in each season of the year, why not taste them. Studies have also shown that eating healthy seasonal food in its season is linked to better health.

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