This year give thanks for a bounty of flavor without overloading on calories with these healthy alternatives to the most calorie-rich parts of a traditional Thanksgiving feast.
Eating in season brings with it many benefits that help out your taste buds, wellbeing, and your wallet! For those unfamiliar to the term, “eating in season” simply means eating a food at its natural peak time. Many different fruits and vegetables reach their peak in late summer or early fall; and it’s around this time that home gardeners and produce farmers begin to harvest the fruits (and vegetables) of their labor.
As September is “Fruits and Veggies – More Matter” Month
, it’s the perfect time to take a look at some ways you can incorporate fresh fruits and vegetables
into your daily diet.