What Are Nutritionist's Favorite Fall Fruits?


Known as custard apples because of their creamy texture and sweet flavor, cherimoya is rich in vitamin C and dietary fiber and can aid digestion, explains Sabat. 


Apples are quintessential fall fruits and loved by many, even dietitians. “Rich in antioxidants and fiber, apples can aid in digestion, help regulate blood sugar levels, and support heart health,” she says. 


Cranberries are not just for the Thanksgiving table, but can and should be enjoyed all season long, and for good reason. 


Grab a Medjool date! A favorite fall fruit for many, including dietitians, dates are a good source of energy due to their natural sugars, says Sabat. 


Are figs one of your list of fall favorite fruits? You will also see them on the list of many dietitians as well. “Figs are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals,” says Sabat.  


Grapes are another fall harvest favorite with many benefits. Sabat says, “Grapes are a good source of antioxidants, particularly resveratrol, which may benefit heart health. 


Kiwis may seem like a tropical summer fruit that you would put in a fruit cocktail or smoothie, but kiwis are actually a favorite fall fruit for dietitians. 


“After biting into the sweet peel, you get a tart and slightly bitter splash on the inside.” Berger also notes that kumquats contain antioxidants, fiber, and omega-3s from the edible seeds 

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