Just because it's sweater weather doesn't mean your healthy eating habits should go into hibernation! Brighten up your day — and your diet — with these winter superfoods.More
Actually a group of 11 different types of squash (including faves butternut, acorn, and kabocha), winter squash are full of vitamins A and C, both of which can help keep your hair and skin healthy during the dry winter months. Winter squash is also low-cal: You can save 180 calories by swapping a cup of regular pasta for a cup of spaghetti squash.
The perfect burst of color and flavor on a dreary dark day, citrus fruits are at their peak during the winter. Yes, clementines have vitamin C, but they also boast calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Sometimes, for an indulgent snack, we like to cover them in chocolate and pistachios, because, well, why not?