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Fall’s Healthiest Foods: Mix It Up a Bit This Season

Healthy Fall Foods

When the Spring and Summer is upon us it’s a bit easier to mix in some healthful options into your diet. When the cold arrives, however, your produce grows out of season and, let’s face it, just isn’t as appealing! Fear not, consumers, as we’ve put together a small list for you discussing Fall’s healthiest foods!

Butternut Squash

OF COURSE THIS MAKES THE TOP OF THE LIST! Not only is it great for you, your diet, and immune system (it contains a ton of beta carotene and antioxidants), it’s also delicious! Whether you’re eating it on its own (roasted, with cinnamon and honey, perhaps?), using it as a complimentary partner, or making a soup, Butternut Squash may be the most versatile of all of our healthy Fall foods! Check out Good Housekeeping’s list of 27 recipes for this gourdgeous option.


Anti-inflammatory Super Powers is all we can say here. Not only are they considered a super-food on anybody’s list we must also note how delicious they can be, so don’t just blend them up before holding your nose to drink that “smoothie.” 

Pro-Tip: Roasting beets brings out their natural sweetness, so keep that in mind while checking out Bon Appetit’s 34 Beet Recipes for Roasting, Frying, and More.

Apples & Pears

Get those burlap sacks ready and head out to those orchards. Though we have, for the most part, both of these foods all year round, the two fruits are particularly perfect come this time of year. We can go on and on about how beneficial these two tasty treats are for your heart, but take a look at these 10 reasons instead!

Those are just a few of our favorite staff picks, but the possibilities are endless. Did we miss one of your go-to favorite healthy Fall foods? Let us know in the comments below, or shoot us an email to You can also find us on TwitterFacebook, InstagramLinkedIn, or even connect with us directly on our website!

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