My… time sure does fly. Summer is just about over, and we enjoyed the sweet watermelon and electric kiwi. Now fall is on the horizon, and the fall harvest is bringing in a variety of nutritious packed fruits and vegetables. Bring in the fall with these four superfoods.
APPLES. We have heard the saying over and over that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Apples are enriched with antioxidants. They could help detoxify your liver, improve your digestion, and control weight. Apples also contain Vitamin C, which could help the body’s resistance against infections. There are also a variety of apples you could try if you’re feeling adventurous. You could grab an apple on your way out of the door or you could try out different recipes such as Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal or Beet and Apple Salad, just to name a couple. Check out these healthy apple recipes: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/photos/healthy-fall-apple-recipes
CAULIFLOWER. Cauliflower is also full of antioxidants and contains a range of vitamins and minerals that could boost your health. Cauliflower is rich with Vitamin C and fiber and could help balance hormones. With colder temperatures right around the corner, you could cook up a nice Cauliflower Soup dish or rice bowl. To find out creative ways to include cauliflower into your diet, visit: http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/19296/ingredients/vegetables/cauliflower/.
SWEET POTATOES. I just love the smell of sweet potatoes. But smell isn’t the only thing I love about them. Sweet potatoes are a great source of beta-carotene, which is known for helping to prevent and repair damage to your cells. They can also help you maintain clear skin. Although we may love Grandma’s Sweet Potato Pie, there are other delicious meals such as Sweet Potato Casserole and others that we could try out at http://www.delish.com/cooking/g3753/healthy-sweet-potato-recipes/.
PUMPKIN. Pumpkin spice and everything nice, that’s what fall is made of. Pumpkin contains a high dosage of Vitamin A and potassium. It could help strengthen your vision and immune system. Pumpkin seeds also hold a great nutritional value due to the protein and fiber they carry. Yes, some may familiarize pumpkins with Halloween, but pumpkins are everything but scary to your overall health. Instead of just using a pumpkin to carve out for the holidays, check out the Beef and Pumpkin Stew and Pumpkin Turkey Chili and more at: http://dish.allrecipes.com/healthy-pumpkin-recipes/.
And our favorite superfood to have all year round…Moringa!! Moringa is the king of all superfoods and is an awesome food to add to your diet. Read our post on the wonderful benefits of Moringa here http://miracleinthegreen.com/moringa-king-of-superfoods/
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Jump start your Fall Season with these powerful superfoods!
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