Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and ayurvedic medicine both teach using the seasons to guide what you eat. For example, it's advised to eat hot foods when it's cold out and cold foods when it's hot out.
This follows the natural tendency for your body to balance itself.
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As we move through fall into winter, Erin Macdonald, RDN, advises eating root vegetables like sweet potatoes, carrots, parsnips, beets and beet greens (which are very versatile), as well as winter squash and Brussels sprouts.
Erin joins host Lisa Davis to share a few of her favorite fall/winter recipes using seasonal foods. You can also check out three of Erin's pumpkin recipes on her website (Maple Glazed Roast Pumpkin, Spaghetti Squash Marinara, and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds).
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