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What are some of the healthiest seasonal foods in September?

September is one of the best times to eat seasonal fruit and vegetables. There are so many healthy foods that you can enjoy this time of year! From apples and pears, to figs and grapes, there's so much variety when it comes to what you should be eating in September. So here is a list of some of the healthiest food options for this month: 

1. September is National Honey Month

Did you know that September is National Honey Month? It's a great time to celebrate the benefits of this sweet and natural sweetener.  Take a look at some reasons why honey is such an important part of our diet:  1) it has been shown to help prevent allergies, 2) it can be used as medicine for sore throats and coughs, 3) it gives us energy by providing proteins and minerals like iron, 4) it relieves constipation because honey contains natural sugars which are easy on the digestive system. What other reasons do you have for celebrating National Honey Month? Comment below with your favorite way to eat or use honey!


2. apples - they are a great source of fiber and can be eaten raw or cooked

One of the many benefits of apples is that they are a great source of fiber and can be eaten raw or cooked. Cooking them will increase their sweetness, but it also destroys some of the nutrients in potatoes so I recommend eating them raw if possible. They are low in calories and high in antioxidants so they make for a healthy snack anytime!
Apples are one my favorite fruits to eat because they're easy to carry with me when I'm on-the-go, delicious when eaten alone or with other foods, and offer many health benefits. One benefit is that apples contain lots of dietary fiber which helps keep your digestive system running smoothly;

3. The next food on the list is oranges which contain high amounts of vitamin C

The orange is a juicy and tangy fruit that contains high amounts of vitamin C. Orange season actually lasts from summer to the end of fall, but September is specifically called "orange month" because it's when oranges are at their peak ripeness. If you're looking for something new to try this month, look no further than an orange! They're easy to peel and can be eaten as a snack or part of a meal. You can also make delicious desserts with them by using fresh squeezed juice in recipes like pies, cakes, sorbets, ice creams and more! So what are you waiting for?

4. Another fruit that should be included in your diet this month is watermelon - it's got plenty of antioxidants to help fight off free radicals

September is here and so is the start of a new season. Fall brings cooler weather, pumpkin spice lattes, and crisp apples. But while we may be more inclined to reach for these foods during this time of year, what about watermelon? This fruit should also be included in your diet this September because it contains high levels of vitamin C (which helps boost your immune system), lycopene (a great antioxidant that can help protect you from various cancers) and important nutrients like potassium which can lower blood pressure. Plus, did you know that watermelon has been shown to reduce inflammation in people with asthma by up to 50%? So go ahead and eat some watermelon this month!

5. If you're craving something salty but healthy then try pickles or olives - both are low calorie options that can provide your body with good bacteria

Pickles and olives are low calorie snacks that can provide your body with good bacteria. This is because they contain probiotics, which help the digestive system break down food and produce more friendly bacteria in the gut. They also both have a high amount of vitamin A and C, as well as other nutrients like calcium, potassium, magnesium and folate.   Pickles are more acidic than olives however pickles also tend to be lower in calories than olive so it really just depends on what you prefer!


Broccoli is the super of september. It's high in vitamin C, Vitamin A, and K vitamins which are all important for your immune system to stay healthy. This means you'll be able to fight off colds with ease if you eat enough broccoli!
In addition it tastes great when roasted or chopped up in a salad. It also goes well with meat dishes like steak or chicken.
Broccoli will keep you full longer than any other vegetable because it takes more time to digest due to its fiber content! So not only is it good for your health but it helps regulate your weight too!


7.Goji Berries

September is a time when many people are looking to get back into their old routines. School starts, the leaves change colors and goji berries are in season! These red-orange berries have been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. But nowadays, they're gaining popularity for their health benefits. Goji Berries contain more antioxidants than blueberries or pomegranates, which make them an excellent choice for fighting oxidative stress (linked to cancer development). They also help with depression by regulating levels of serotonin and dopamine in the brain! So whether you want to fight off free radicals or bring some cheer your way this fall season - it's worth adding these sweet treats into your diet.

Conclusion paragraph: This September, we hope you enjoy our list of some of the healthiest seasonal foods and incorporate them into your diet. The benefits range from increased energy to improved sleep quality! We’ll be back next month with another blog post on healthy eating for October so stay tuned. I