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5 Fall Superfoods to Eat This Year


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Over the last decade, one word has been shooting up in magazines, websites, and even grocery stores (no, we’re not talking about keto): superfoods. From kale to blueberries to salmon, a variety of foods have received this title for the varied nutrients they supply. And, as luck would have it, each season comes with its own crop of fresh, nutrient-dense items that are waiting to be incorporated into your weeknights dinners or holiday feasts. Take fall superfoods, for instance. Although you’ll much on beets and Brussels sprouts year-round, they’re at their peak when the leaves turn colors. So why not cash in of their seasonality, while also reaping their nutritional benefits? It’s worth noting, however, that nobody’s food will improve your health and protect you from the disease. As Caroline Praderio wrote for INSIDER in 2018, the term “superfood” is, more often than not, used as a marketing concept. But this does not deduct from the very fact that these foods are, in fact, good for you. Take a glance at these fall “superfoods” that not only taste great but benefit your body and mind.


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