What's in Season in January Fruits
Clementines: Clementines are popular year-round, but especially good when they're in season. With their high vitamin C content, clementines strengthen the immune system and provide powerful antioxidants that protect our cells from harmful influences. Clementines are the perfect low-calorie snack if you are craving something sweet since they are still very healthy. → all about clementines.
Grapefruit: This citrus fruit is packed with a ton of nutrients and creates a tangy flavor that adds more depth to recipes. Grapefruits are also extremely low in calories, fat, and have the least amount of sugar despite its delicious flavor. Grapefruits are definitely a top-tier diet food that remains popular all across the globe. → all about grapefruit.
Oranges: One of the most popular fruits in the United States, oranges contain high vitamin C content, creating a sweet-acidic flavor. Oranges are extremely good for food dieters, especially since they have no fat and 42 calories per 100 gram serving. Believe it or not, oranges are actually healthier in juice form and can be combined with any breakfast, adding a delicious touch to every morning meal. → all about oranges.
Pears: With their delicate, pleasantly sweet taste pears are one of the most beloved fruits in many cultures around the world. Aside from being delicious, pears also offer a variety of health benefits. They contain several B vitamins, most notably vitamin B2, and are a good source of potassium. → all about pears.
Salsify: Salsify is a spicy and slightly nutty European vegetable that comes from the daisy family. Its carrot-like texture makes it easy to blend in with any vegetable dish. Despite its unattractive appearance, the vegetable is very tasty and comes with a lot of nutritional value. Nicknamed “intestinal broom”, salsify is very low in calories and very high in fiber. → all about salsify.
Lemons: Lemons are one of the most versatile and widely used ingredients in the US. Not only do they add freshness and acidity to any dish, but they are also a great source of nutrients such as vitamin C. In fact, 100 grams of lemons contain 53 milligrams of vitamin C, more than half your average daily requirement. → all about lemons.
Passion Fruit: This tropical delicacy might not look like much from the outside, however, its delicious inner seeds not only taste delicious but are packed with essential nutrients that support whole-body health. Passion fruit is delicious to eat on its own but also makes for a great dessert base as well as jam and ice cream. → all about passion fruit.
Pomelo: The pomelo’s ruby-red fruit and tart taste often draw comparisons to grapefruit, however, this delicious and nutritious citrus fruit definitely has a character all its own. Raw pomelo on its own is a healthy and refreshing snack, or delicious in savory or fruit salads or for breakfast with yogurt. If you own a juicer, pomelo makes for a delicious and healthy fresh juice. → all about pomelo.