Foods That Are Super Good for You In Fall!

It’s that time of year when the leaves start to change color — the air becomes crisper, and pumpkin spice starts popping up all over the place. Fall implies that the time to get cozy by the fire has arrived.

But, undoubtedly, it also implies that the time to alter your regular diet has also arrived!

Fall can quickly become a season of heavy carbs and meat dishes if you’re not careful. With all the hype around holidays, it’s easy to undermine your health and forget all the delicious and nutritious foods that arrive during this time of the year. But there are many ways to keep up with your healthy habits without sacrificing flavor.

Here’s a quick view of all the super good foods that you may add to your diet — to keep yourself warm, healthy, and fresh!


Apples are usually the first thing to pop up at local grocery stores, and for a good reason! Apples contain 4 grams of fiber per 100 grams serving size. Fiber is essential to digestion, making it easier for your body to absorb vitamins and minerals. A healthy digestive system means you’ll be more energized throughout the day!


There was a reason that Popeye loved spinach — this leafy superfood is incredibly nutrient-dense. Just one cup contains nearly 90% of your daily Vitamin K intake (crucial for bone health). Spinach also contains carotenoids that help strengthen eyesight and magnesium, which help regulate blood pressure. Add a little spinach to your diet this fall, and you’ll be doing your body a favor!


There’s no denying that pumpkin is a quintessential fall flavor. But not many know that the same pumpkin, which is often used in sweet dishes, can also be added to their regular diet. Pumpkin is high in fiber and contains antioxidants that can help regulate blood sugar levels. It’s also a good source of Vitamin A, making it great for your skin!


This tart and juicy fruit is high in antioxidants that can help to protect cells from damage. Consume it as juice or add to your daily fruit salad — either way — pomegranates are a great choice! Pomegranates are also a great source of Vitamin C, potassium, and fiber.


Having celery in your daily diet is the best way to add a crunchy texture to your dishes while getting in some essential vitamins and minerals. Celery contains Vitamin C and potassium, both of which are essential for maintaining a healthy immune system during the colder months. One celery stalk also contains 12% of your daily allotment of Vitamin K, making it great for bone health.


Squash can be an excellent Vitamin A and potassium source, making it perfect for fighting off colds. It’s also a good source of fiber, meaning it’ll help keep your digestive system in top shape.


Broccoli is another superfood that can add nutrients to any dish. One cup of broccoli has more than 50% of your daily allowance of Vitamins C &K, as well as over 60% of your daily allowance of bone-strengthening calcium! So if you’re looking for something that can do double duty on multiple fronts, broccoli might be the answer.

If you don’t wish to club it with something else, simply saute it, add your favorite spices, and have it as an appetizer.

To sum it up!

While there are many more incredible good foods that you can consider adding to your diet this fall — the above-mentioned are pretty easily available in your local market.

But other than these, you can also consider avocado, oranges, other green leafy veggies, nuts & dry fruits, chia seeds, and other super seeds.

While all of these are super beneficial to your body, please do not forget to check with your dietician once — avoid the ones you’re allergic to.

Happy fall!!

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