Tips to Stay Healthy in the Fall Season

Fall is here and Art of Care wants to provide you with easy and effective ways of staying healthy this season!

In New England, fall is an amazing season to enjoy here. The beautiful scenery and fresh air truly makes you feel as though you are in a story book!

Here are a few tips to stay healthy this season.

Butternut Squash, Sweet Potatoes, and Pears 

 Butternut squash and sweet potatoes are great sources of vitamin A in the form of beta-carotene, said to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

A medium pear has 5.5 grams of fiber, 212 milligrams of potassium and is a good source of vitamin C.

These fruits and veggies are also low in calories and loaded with nutrients.

Layer Your Clothing

Layer, layer, and layer! Fall can bring cool or warm weather and temperature can change quickly, especially in New England. Best advice is to dress in easy-to-remove layers can help keep you comfortable in varying fall temperatures.

Eat Seasonally

Check out the list of in fall produce that stimulates your health one way or another! http://localfoods.about.com/od/whatsinseason/a/FallFruitVeg.htm

Switch Up Your Activities

The fall is a great time to take a walk outside for just 30 minutes a day, not only are you benefiting your health you are taking in breathtaking sights. If you are in New England, take a walk on the Charles River or through Charles Street in Beacon Hill.

Once it gets a little cool this is a perfect time to switch to an indoor activity. There are so many wonderful activities you can take advantage of in an indoor setting.

Indoor rock climbing, yoga, and swimming at your gym are great options. For the older or less active indoor tracks, catered fitness DVDs, and table tennis are great options for the fall season.

 

Please let us know what you do in the fall to keep healthy! Let us know in the comment section, or visit us at Facebook, or tweet us!

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