As leaves begin to change colors, fall sweater weather also brings a shift in our color palette as we unpack a wardrobe of autumnal earth tones. While our closets fill with these rich colors, we should also be filling our dinner plates with the same hues. Eating a fall palette is a clever way to ensure we give our bodies a variety of nutrients, as different vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals tend to infuse fruits and vegetables with different tones. For instance, the anthocyanins that make blueberries blue also keep our minds sharp. Beta-carotene makes carrots orange and aids our eyesight. Matching your full-spectrum produce to your fall wardrobe is a fun way to enhance both style and health. Here’s our quick guide to eating all your colors for vibrant health.
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