Pumpkins make for great Halloween décor, but they're also great for nutritious and delicious meals. Pumpkin provides carotenoids (which help fight heart disease and cancer), vitamins C, E, and riboflavin, iron, fiber, and potassium!
This is the season for apples. They are low in calories, high in fiber, have no cholesterol, and give your body nutrients like potassium, vitamin C, calcium, and folic acid. They're a great snack and are even better paired with some delicious meats.
You probably know that nuts are good for you, but you may not have known that pecans are at the top of the list. They offer zinc, magnesium, potassium, folic acid, thiamine, and vitamin B6, among others! They're great on top of a salad or just by themselves as a snack.