When you look down at your dinner plate, does it stimulate your senses? Creamy textures, crunchy goodness, rich vibrant colors that look inviting on the plate - food that is pleasing to the eye as well as the taste buds!
Eating well is more than “what’s for dinner”. It’s no surprise that that fruits, vegetables and dark leafy greens are at the top of the list for good nutrition. The more vibrant the color, the more antioxidants and phytonutrients that food contains which translates in to goodness for your cells!
Enjoy the Fall Harvest
Fall is a perfect time to make use of all the colorful vegetables and fruits that are in abundance. What’s in season now? Acorn squash, beets, carrots, pie pumpkins, pomegranates, pears, kale, collard greens, butternut squash, swiss chard, spinach, celery, turnips and brussel sprouts, to name a few. Roast them, lightly steam or saute them for crunchy goodness or eat them raw in a salad for even more delicious crunch and goodness.