Healthy Foods to Focus on This Autumn

 

This year has brought a lot of attention to the ways we take care of ourselves and families. With the unprecedent pandemic, everything has changed, and so should your diet this autumn. Experts are predicting another dangerous wave of the spread of COVID-19 virus, and you shouldn’t be putting your health at risk. The food you consume this autumn will defiantly reflect on how your health and body response to new viruses- whether it’s COVID-19, the regular flu, or other diseases.

 

Apples:

It’s apple-picking season! Get yourself regular loads of apples this autumn. Apples are rich with fiber and vitamin C. If you’re not a fan of chewing apples, then pamper yourself with the delicious recipes of apple pies!

apples

Pumpkins:

Pumpkins are not only cool for your Halloween decoration, they’re also a thing that your body will fall in love with. Pumpkin soup is such a great seasonal soup that you defiantly do not want to miss!

Pumpkins

Pomegranates:

With the beautiful color of pomegranates also comes a bunch of antioxidants and nutrients. If you want a significant boost to your health this autumn, make sure you never run out of pomegranates.

Pomegranate

Sweet potatoes:

Sweet potatoes peak in the season of autumn. They’re not only rich in flavor and mouthwatering, they also provide you with the vital vitamin A; and you don’t want to miss out on this vitamin.

Sweet potatoes

Beets:

You can buy beets any time of the year, but they blossom in autumn the most. Add this healthy ingredient to your daily salad; it will not only make your salad more colorful; it’ll make it more tasteful as well!

Beets
Cranberries:

This season cannot stop with the blessings it’s giving us, and cranberries are part of this blessing! This fruit has got a lot of potential and health benefits, and your kids should be loving it too.

 Cranberries

 

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