Do you need a date? Take a date to Medjool! Because dates naturally contain sugars, they are a great source of energy and a favorite fall fruit for many people, including dietitians, according to Sabat.
Do you have figs on your list of favorite fall fruits? They are also included in the roster of numerous dietitians.
Enthusiastic about plums? Whence might you not be? According to Sabat, plums, whose season extends from summer into fall, are rich in vitamins and minerals, such as potassium, vitamin K, and A, and low in calories.
R.D.Ns love persimmons, a little, vivid orange fall fruit that should not be confused for a tiny tomato or tangerine.
Cherimoya, also referred to as custard apples due to its creamy texture and sweet flavor, are high in dietary fiber and vitamin C and can help with digestion, according to Sabat.
Pulses, which are the edible seeds of plants belonging to the legume family, comprise legumes, chickpeas, and cowpeas.
Technically, corn is a vegetable, yet in some quarters it may be referred to as a starch.
A cup of guava has more than 4 grams of protein, according to the USDA.
Edamame is the name for immature soybeans still in the pod.
Indeed, avocados are incredibly high in fiber and good fats. It is a natural source of protein, though.