Nutritionist Favorite Fall Fruits?  

Apples are fall favorites, especially for dietitians. Apples are a fall staple, according to Body Designs by Mary founder Mary Sabat, R.D., C.P.T.  

Cherimoya, known as custard apples for their creamy texture and sweet taste, is high in vitamin C and dietary fiber and aids digestion, says Sabat.  

For good reason, cranberries should be eaten all season, not just at Thanksgiving. “Cranberries are packed with vitamin C and antioxidants,” says Sabat.  

Need a date? Medjool date! Dates, a fall favorite among dietitians, provide energy due to their natural sugars, explains Sabat.  

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Do you like figs in autumn? They are also included by many dietitians. Sabat states, “Figs are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals.”  

Grapes are another fall harvest favorite with many benefits. Sabat explains, “Grapes are rich in antioxidants, especially resveratrol, which may benefit heart health. They have vitamins C and K.”

Dietitians prefer kiwis in the fall, even though they look like tropical summer fruits for smoothies and cocktails. Kiwis are high in vitamin C, K, and fiber.  

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