Autumn and Winter vegetables, by Libshop. Vegetables will be a valuable source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, all protective micronutrients that your body needs to face winter!
Be careful to distinguish fibrous 100% vegetables from "energy" vegetables such as squash, potatoes, sweet potato, Jerusalem artichoke, cassava, parsnip or yam, which contain starch, a source of carbohydrates which will give your body energy. These will be more beneficial if they are baked, steamed or boiled, and possibly cooled, particularly with regard to the potato, so as to lower their glycemic index. This is also how most Mediterranean populations used to consume them.
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