What vegetables are good to eat in the fall

01 Sep­tem­ber 2016, 13:02

Even chil­dren know to eat more fresh veg­eta­bles. This advice is espe­cial­ly rel­e­vant in autumn, when the con­cen­tra­tion of vit­a­mins and ben­e­fi­cial trace ele­ments in fruits reach­es its max­i­mum. Check out the top 5 autumn prod­ucts that will sup­port your body in the off-sea­son.

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Con­tains lycopene, a rare plant pig­ment. This pow­er­ful nat­ur­al antiox­i­dant reduces the risk of can­cer and nor­mal­izes cho­les­terol metab­o­lism. Eat­ing fresh toma­to sal­ad every day, you strength­en the heart mus­cle and increase immu­ni­ty. And the toma­to con­tains vit­a­min B, which smoothes wrin­kles, reju­ve­nates the skin and refresh­es the com­plex­ion.


Like all legumes, beans are high in iron, pro­tein, and vit­a­mins. How­ev­er, unlike their coun­ter­parts, peas and lentils, beans retain most of the ben­e­fi­cial trace ele­ments even after heat treat­ment. Reg­u­lar con­sump­tion of bean dish­es nor­mal­izes the func­tion­ing of the intestines and pan­creas, helps fight excess weight and pro­motes the active removal of tox­ins and tox­ins. No won­der doc­tors rec­om­mend eat­ing a lot of beans after a course of antibi­otics.


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Experts in healthy nutri­tion call it the “peri­od­ic table” — so many dif­fer­ent ele­ments are con­tained in it. The orange fruit has its heal­ing effect on almost any human organ. Autumn beau­ty is also indis­pens­able for weight loss, and all because the rare vit­a­min T con­tained in it helps to digest food and speed up the meta­bol­ic process.


Each of the vari­eties of cab­bage has its own unique prop­er­ties. White cab­bage con­tains a large amount of antiox­i­dants, which pre­vent cells from aging pre­ma­ture­ly and pre­vent the devel­op­ment of malig­nant tumors. Broc­coli strength­ens the immune sys­tem: it con­tains 2.5 times more vit­a­min C than cit­rus fruits. Cau­li­flower is a cham­pi­on in the con­tent of biotin, which pre­vents inflam­ma­to­ry process­es in the skin. It has a ben­e­fi­cial effect on the health and growth of hair.


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Nutri­tion­ists have long rec­og­nized this veg­etable as “their own” and con­sid­er it the best assis­tant in the fight against obe­si­ty. Egg­plant holds the record for pectin con­tent, which removes tox­ins and excess cho­les­terol, and the potas­si­um they con­tain removes flu­id from the body and pro­tects the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem. Egg­plant retains its ben­e­fi­cial prop­er­ties dur­ing heat treat­ment and goes well with meat and oth­er veg­eta­bles. Egg­plant dish­es — starters, stews, sal­ads and casseroles — per­fect­ly diver­si­fy your autumn menu. Try to cook a hot appe­tiz­er of egg­plant and chick­en liv­er — both tasty and healthy!

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