Delve into fall’s delicious bounty with foods that are in season.
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Lisa: I think we talked about before seasonal foods. You should start getting use to eating seasonal foods because that’s what’s going to have most of the vitamins, it’s going to be so potent and they’re just -- it’s just great. Male: What I love about doing this and having this up here is, these are fruits. This is an actual fig and they’re nice and soft and chewy and wonderful and good for you fig cookies, if you’ve never actually eaten a fig, try one. Lisa: Excellent. Male: Because there are excellent. Lisa: Calcium for women, excellent in calcium is definitely alternative for calcium. Male: And these are actually you can’t really tell but these are sweet potatoes, orange like this, loaded with goodness, loaded with beta-carotene and what’s great about a sweet potato is the carbs in it are slow burning so keep sure your blood sugar level is in a nice steady streams, you could have a productive, long energetic day. Male: Its harvest time for pears and apples. Lisa: Yeah pears. Male: Pears are my favorite fruit. Male: Natural healthy sugars. Male: And the great takeaway here is eat the fruits and vegetables that are in season and not only it will be cheaper but you can just go to a local farmers market and get it.
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