A Guide to Fall Food by Amanda Page


Fall has arrived and new seasonal foods are rotating into our menus. We all know we should eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, proteins, etc everyday to keep healthy, but it’s also important to eat the rainbow. If you don’t already eat this way, seasons have a great way to get you all the minerals and vitamins you need. For example, if you are not a big fan of summer’s baby carrots, autumn has a great variety of orange foods like sweet potatoes, clementines and squashes to get you the vitamin C benefits you need.


If you want help remembering to eat a diet full of colors and categories, here’s a beautiful guide to make life easier. The award-winning designer in health and wellness, Jessica Haas Designs created this art print to help give you and your body the nutrients it needs. Hang it in your kitchen and just eat from each loop each meal and make a rainbow everyday. To find what produce is locally grown, Jessica also makes state’s seasonal calendars.

Food Guide at top: via HealthCentral by Amanda Page (APage)

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