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Spring is the season to enjoy Mother Nature’s gifts and that’s the fresh and flavorful fruits and veggies. This season boasts crisp spinach and asparagus, hearty artichokes, juicy mangoes and apricots, and luscious pineapples, pears, and kiwis and so much more. Sure these fruits can be enjoyed all year round (imported, frozen) but one bite of these Spring fruits and veggies and you’ll know their in their prime season.

Here are some of our Pros’ favorite seasonal fruits and veggies and how they enjoy them in the Spring.  So head out to your farmers’ markets and enjoy.

Anadel Montero, Yoga Pro LA

“I have to admit, I’m one of those people that’s infatuated with Avocados. I didn’t realize how much I loved them until I moved to California- and the beauty of it is, they’re always in season!! Avocados are always a part of my daily meals- I slice them and toss them on my salads, eat them on toast, but my favorite which is oh so simple- is to scoop it straight from the shell! I cut the avocado in half, drizzle olive or grape seed oil and dash sea salt & pepper on top and Voila, a perfect protein and good-fat packed snack!
“I love all veggies, yet in the Spring I tend to eat a lot of cabbage. I love cabbage because it’s filing, delicious both raw and cooked, and it can be made so many different ways. I often add it to soups, to stir-fries, or just chop it up instead of lettuce for a gratifying and crispy textured salad!”

Jenna Faith, Yoga Pro NY

“As we move into Spring and refresh from winter my favorite fruit and veggie this season are apricots and broccoli. I love apricots in salads, in fresh juices and I also love to put them in my oatmeal. Broccoli is my all time favorite food so I love to eat it everywhere but in particular in salads and I love to chop it up with quinoa. Apricots and broccoli are a great source of potassium and fiber.”

Gina Dos Santos, Yoga Pro LA

“Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been drawn to fennel at the farmers market.  My husband loves to make a salad with fennel, avocado and grapefruit- tons of lemon juice.  I love fennel in my smoothies.  On a cool spring evening i caramelize it with onion and mushroom for a quick pasta sauce.  It’s great for digestion and aids in our internal spring cleaning.  We save the fennel prongs, which one would otherwise discard, in order to make tea.  A stalk goes right into your tea cup along with boiling water.  Let it sit for a while, add a slice of fresh ginger or ginger powder and you have my favorite nightcap.”

Julia Chan, Provita Partner & Fitness/Yoga Pro

“I enjoy asparagus all year round but the freshest and crispest bunch come in the Spring. I simply toss them in a pan with either coconut oil or olive oil, sprinkle some sea salt and coarse black pepper and they are good to go. For fruits, I obsess over apricots, mangoes, and pineapples. They are all so delicious, juicy, and burst with flavor. I love pineapples in my smoothies or as is with a tad of sea salt. I love mangoes in smoothies, salads, and as is. And apricots is a must in my salads or a quick snack! My mouth is watering anticipating these amazing Spring foods!!”

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