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CORN: Corn often gets a bad rap, but the truth is that it can do wonders for your digestion. Corn is high in insoluble fiber, which bulks up stool (poop) and prevents constipation. It’s rich in Vitamin C, and yellow corn in particular contains lutein and zeaxanthin, which are good for eye health.

You can also start looking for gourds, increasing varieties of peppers and maybe even a few pomegranates in their earliest iteration. Explore all that both seasons have to offer and enjoy them for as long as nature allows them to last.

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