Buy in season. Seasonal produce are at their peak flavor and are usually less expensive.
Fall foods include apples, broccoli, carrots, grapes and potatoes. Click here for more seasonal foods.
Shop at farmer's markets. You'll find the freshest produce when you shop locally. (Western New York farmer’s markets).
Plan your fruits and veggies first. Although many people plan their meat or protein first, Registered Nurse Susan M. Gugliuzza recommends making fruits and veggies your priority and planning the rest of your meal around those.
More Smart Eating TipsSmart Eating is a series of nutrition tips to help you transform your eating habits. A new tip will be added on weekdays throughout the month of October.
Learn more about healthy eating on October 26, 2012 at WomenCare First Annual Day of Health: Be Strong, Be Happy, Be Healthy. Registered Dietitian Ann Marie Smokowski will present “Anti-Inflammatory Eating: The Mediterranean Lifestyle.” Click here for details.