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Embracing the Beauty of Cooking

The beauty of cooking has truly captivated me lately. It's incredible how taking a pause and putting together quick, nutritious recipes can transform our lives. Our bodies are constantly changing, so it's crucial to adapt our diets to ensure we're nourishing ourselves properly.

I used to be oblivious to the hidden costs of dining out with friends and bae over indulging on brunches, lunches, and dinners, and neglecting the kitchen. But I made a conscious decision to take a step back, save my coins, and rediscover the joy of being in the kitchen – a tradition I observed my Mom and Grama cherish over the years. And guess what? I've caught the cooking bug!

With my trusty ninja air fryer, I've realized that I can transform just about any ingredient into a yummy and healthy dish. Recently, I made roasted corn, salmon, and brussels sprouts and the results were beyond delicious. As the seasons change, so do our dietary needs. In the fall, we should up our intake of root vegetables, soups, and soothing teas.

Here are 3 Veggies to include in your fall diet

In the fall season, incorporating seasonal and nutrient-rich foods into your diet can help support your overall health and well-being. Here are some important healthy foods to consider adding to your fall diet:

1. Root Vegetables: Root vegetables like sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, and turnips are abundant in the fall. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber, providing sustained energy and supporting your immune system.

2.Squash: Varieties like butternut squash, acorn squash, and pumpkin are packed with vitamins A and C, as well as fiber. They can be used in soups, stews, or roasted dishes.

3. Leafy Greens: Greens like kale, Swiss chard, and spinach thrive in cooler weather. They are excellent sources of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and can be used in salads, smoothies, or sautéed dishes.

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