While more fruits and vegetables are in season during spring and summer than in winter, some produce thrives in colder temperatures.
Many of these fruits and vegetables not only make taste buds happy but also give you something crunchy to munch on. That crunch usually packs high water content that may help to rinse cavity causing sugars and bacteria away from your teeth.
• Carrots are even sweeter during these months.
• Celery is delicious raw with hummus or as an addition to soup.
• Kale is an one of the better-known superfoods and can be enjoyed in many different ways. (Check out the baked kale chips recipe below!)
• Juicy apples and pears are great raw, or try them warm and broiled with cinnamon ricotta.