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Fall Food Guide for Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Basket of vegetables in garden from fall harvest.
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Man holding a handful of mixed nuts while hiking.
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Go nuts


Woman picking an apple from tree.
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Apple picking is awesome


Twice baked sweet potatoes with pecans.
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Sweet potatoes are superfoods


Young people tailgating.
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Tailgating can be tricky


Baked fish dinner.
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Fat is fine when it comes to fish


Woman eating a bowl of oatmeal topped with fruit.
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Let oatmeal warm your mornings


Bowl of vegetable soup.
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Warm soups can be nutrient-packed


Family baking together.
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Make your own fall desserts


Fall vegetables at farmers market.
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Embrace fall’s harvest


Pot of chili.
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Stir up a pot of chili


Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

@drinksmoothies

Dr. Davenport is the founder of Tracyshealthyliving.com Using the latest scientific research, she helps people live their healthiest lives via one-on-one coaching, corporate talks, and sharing the more than 1,000 health-related articles she's authored. Find her on social media @drinksmoothies.