Apples are a must-have in the autumn, according to Mary Sabat, R.D., C.P.T., creator of Body Designs by Mary and a registered dietitian and certified personal trainer.
Sabat notes that cherimoya, often called custard apples because to its creamy texture and sweet flavour, is high in vitamin C and dietary fibre and may help with digestion.
Thanksgiving, cranberries are a seasonal fruit that should be eaten throughout the year. According to Sabat, "cranberries are packed with vitamin C and antioxidants."
Pick up a Medjool date! Sabat, a registered nutritionist, recommends dates as an excellent source of energy owing to their natural sugars and notes that they are a popular autumn fruit.
Sabat claims that "figs are a good source of dietary fibre, vitamins, and minerals." They aid digestion and provide calcium for strong bones.
Grapes, like many other autumnal fruits, are a popular crop for good reason. The antioxidants in grapes, especially resveratrol, may be helpful for your heart, according to nutritionist and author Ray Sabat.
Vitamin C, vitamin K, and fibre may all be found in abundance in kiwis. Sabat claims it "boosts immunity, helps digestion, and promotes healthy skin."