'It’s officially spring!
That means it’s time to stop with soup and break out salads — shed your clothes, and shed pounds, Bonnie Taub-Dix, R.D., a nutrition expert in New York City and the author of Read It Before You Eat It, told weather.com.
To help celebrate the season, we rounded up spring’s top produce picks — the in-season foods that not only taste great, but also are bursting with health benefits.
Eating seasonally has other perks, too. “In terms of cost, when foods are more abundant, they could [be] less expensive,” Taub-Dix said. If your seasonal produce is local, too, that can also aid your health and the planet.'