During this time of year when the days are shorter and nightfall comes earlier, many people are affected by a seasonal depression. SAD, or seasonal affective disorder, affects more than 10 million Americans. Seventy-five percent of those who suffer from SAD are women. SAD generally starts in October...
#eatseasonally ! November is the last month #Beets are in season! Beet roots, stems and leaves are all edible and can be enjoyed raw, roasted, boiled, steamed, sauteed and even made into chips. #Seasonalfood is fresher, tastier and more nutritious than food consumed out of season. Studies have shown that fruits and vegetables contain more nutrients when allowed to ripen naturally. Beets are so good for your blood and body; they help increase blood circulation, are full of antioxidants and help reduce fat in the liver among other benefits.
Here's a autumnal beet recipe that's yummy and nutritious:
Beetroot fritters with soured cream & salmon tartare