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The 10 Healthiest Pumpkin Foods to Enjoy This Fall

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The 10 Healthiest Pumpkin Foods to Enjoy This Fall
June 12
19:28 2016

Posted on November 10, 2015 by Sabrina Perry With October in the past and November upon us, it’s official: Fall is here. Swimsuits have long been stashed away and cold-weather wear is back. With all the body-covering layers, many people welcome the new season with open arms and empty stomachs — ready for comfort food and pumpkin spice lattes. Unfortunately, most of autumn’s quintessential dishes and drinks are packed with refined sugar and lack body-loving nutrients. A grande PSL has 380 calories, 50 grams of sugar (nearly 200 percent the recommended daily value) and 14 grams of fat. A slice of pumpkin pie has around 230 calories, 24 grams of sugar and 8 grams of fat. However, for those looking to get their pumpkin fix without sabotaging their health, plenty of options still exist. The experts at HealthGrove want to help you maintain your health this season while still catering to the pumpkin craze, so they analyzed various pumpkin foods to determine which are most nutritious. Foods with the most “good” nutrients per calorie received the highest Nutrient Score, placing them at the top of the list. Fall’s favorite squash, the pumpkin itself, makes the list, along with many easy-to-eat items. Odwalla’s Pumpkin Super Protein Shake snags a Nutrient Score of A-, coming in right after Libby’s Canned Pumpkin. So whether you’re looking to add variety to your fall cooking or simply grab a pumpkin flavored snack for the road, the HealthGrove team has you covered.


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