Cooler weather outside may make people yearn for heartier fare at mealtime, but it’s important not to skimp on fruits and vegetables. Use produce that’s available in the autumn months. The top five choices recommended by one dietitian are apples, cranberries, carrots, cabbage, and butternut squash. They are loaded with vitamins and antioxidants. These fruits and vegetables can be enjoyed on their own, or they can be added as a complement to a main dish.
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