Late season makes eating healthy easier

You have your pick of the crop when it comes to eating healthier in Door and Kewaunee Counties this fall. Fruits like apples and vegetables like potatoes are beginning to hit their peak after being behind schedule for much of the growing season. Adjusting your diet to fit the peak season for such foods is key to keeping healthy according to Jody Anderson of Succeed Health in Algoma.

Anderson says eating within the season has other positive impacts on the community such as increased sales for independent growers at farm markets and protection for the environment.

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