Being conscious about energies of certain foods for autumn months and integrating those in your daily diet can help you balance your body’s energy.
Apples are satiating eaten raw or baked into a delightful dish. However, make sure you eat the skin—it contains healthy flavonoids. Health benefits include: abundance of antioxidants and 4 grams of dietary fiber per serving.
Pears’ saccharine and juicy flavour makes this fruit a popular autumn choice. Cooking can truly bring out their extraordinary relish; so try them baked or poached. Health benefits include: plenty of vitamin C and copper, and 4 grams of fiber per serving.
Cauliflower is perfect for winter side dishes. It tastes great steamed, but it can also be melded to make a mashed potato-like texture or pureed into soup. Health benefits include: composites that may help prevent cancer and phytonutrients may lower cholesterol; it is also an outstanding source of vitamin C.
Pumpkin’s sweet taste and damp texture makes it perfect for pies, cakes, and even pudding. Health benefits include: potassium, vitamin B and high fiber quotient.
Sweet potatoes are more nutritious than their white counterparts; try roasting them—they’ll taste wonderful, and you may preserve more vitamins than boiling. Health benefits include: vitamin A, iron and anti-inflammatory benefits.