Now that fall is finally here, you’re probably making many changes to your lifestyle to prepare for the cooler weather. Certainly, you’re putting your spring and summer clothes in storage and bringing out your warmer clothing for the fall and winter. However, your wardrobe is not the only thing that will experience a major upheaval due to the arrival of fall. If you’re thinking about changing your diet to coincide with the produce that is in season, here are three super foods for the fall.


When people think of the autumn, the first fruit that comes to mind for many is the apple. Not only are apples delicious, but they can be eaten in a number of different ways. You can eat apples raw or use them to bake a tasty dessert. While most people prefer to eat sweet apples, there are some delicious dishes that call for tart apples. If you choose to incorporate apples into your dish, be sure you don’t peel off the skin, which contains flavonoids. Apples are also an excellent source of dietary fiber and antioxidants.

Brussels Sprouts

Another super food for the fall is the brussels sprout. While many people detest the taste of raw brussels sprouts, this vegetable can taste delicious if you prepare it the correct way. Brussels sprouts have a bitter yet mild taste, so this vegetable will taste great when combined with savory or slightly tangy sauces. Brussels sprouts are a good source of vitamin K, iron, and folate.


Parsnips have a sweet and somewhat nutty flavor that makes it the perfect vegetable for flavoring dishes. Try using parsnips to add flavor to sauces, soups, potatoes, or even rice. Some of the health benefits of parsnips include the high potassium and fiber content.

Fall is one of the best times of the year to change up your diet. If you want to eat delicious and healthy foods during the fall, start by adding the three fall super foods discussed above to your dishes.