THE SEASON ON BOARD

Fall is the perfect time to eat healthy and tasty, and our MSC Chefs proudly bring you the very best and freshest of every season and latitude, on any of our cruises.
Here is their Fall-Winter fruit & veggies collection. Enjoy!


Grapes
Red and purple grapes are perhaps the most symbolic Fall fruit ever. Not only do they vary in flavor so they can naturally accommodate any taste, but they are also rich in flavonoid compounds that promote healthy function of the blood vessels and decrease oxidative stress and inflammation. Basically, tons of cardiovascular health and healthy aging for all!


Beets
Nobody wanted to eat them as a kid, but beets are secretly delicious.
Fall comes with a lot of beets, both red and yellow, that you can enjoy roasted, shaved over salads or turned into soup.​ You can even sneak them into cocktails, to add a bit of antioxidants, fiber, and vitamin C to your refreshment. Not to mention their high levels of potassium and folate, which is perfect for pregnant women.”


Pomegranate

Originally from western Asia, pomegranate has long been considered a symbol of fertility and vitality. You can enjoy its seeds or sip its delicious juice, which we always carry onboard our cruises during Fall.
Last but not least, pomegranate is also miraculously therapeutic for your heart, your skin, and your hair.


Cabbage
Cabbage is simply unbeatable when it comes to lowering your cholesterol levels. Red cabbage in specific is very rich in a chemical called sulforaphane, which exhibits anti-cancer and antimicrobial properties, not to mention anthocyanins, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.”

Apples
Ah, the wisdom of old sayings – an apple a day keeps the doctor away couldn’t be truer. So, why not trying as many varieties as you can? All apples are associated apples with a decreased risk of chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease and asthma, and they are also a good source of fiber, fundamental for regularity and weight loss.


Discover all of them on our MSC Cruises