Fall Diet for Healthy Eating: What Should be in the Fridge

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Albina Komisarova, a nutritionist and host of a popular Instagram blog, shared her practical advice.

On the one hand, in the fall, it is important for us to curb our appetite so as not to gain extra pounds, and on the other hand, we feel the need for more high-calorie food, preferring cooked dishes with high-fat content.

Therefore, with the arrival of autumn, it is time to change your diet to meet all the needs of the body without harming your figure. Nutritionist Albina Komisarova shared her practical advice.

What should be in the fridge in the fall

Seasonal fruits, vegetables, and herbs

Albina Komisarova advises preparing everything that can be washed and cut in advance (carrots, cauliflower, cherry tomatoes, bell peppers, celery, green peas, and berries). This will save you time and simplify your life because then you can easily take the right product from the refrigerator and just put it on a plate.


In this case, you can also do a lot of things in advance: boil eggs, bake a piece of beef/chicken/fish, prepare ham, or make or buy hummus.

Complex carbohydrates

Not everyone likes pre-cooked cereal, but you can always stock up on whole-grain bread/tortillas/loaves of bread. Plus, there are cereals that steam quickly.


The nutritionist advises buying white cheese, such as mozzarella balls or suluguni / feta/feta, a couple of Greek yogurts, low-fat sour cream, cottage cheese, kefir, nuts, and avocados – and you have everything at hand.

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Written by Emma Miller

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and own a private nutrition practice, where I provide one-on-one nutritional counseling to patients. I specialize in chronic disease prevention/ management, vegan/ vegetarian nutrition, pre-natal/ postpartum nutrition, wellness coaching, medical nutrition therapy, and weight management.

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