By Tim Kowols
You might be running out of time to get the full value from your favorite fruits and vegetables. The beginning of fall often means many fruits and vegetables are hitting their peak both in quantity and nutritional value while others are on the way out. Jody Anderson from Succeed Health in Algoma says eating with the seasons prepares you nutritionally for the winter, but you can still capture a taste of the spring, summer, and fall in the winter if you are quick about it.
Some fall foods in season right now and in the coming weeks include apples, cranberries, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and squash.