Perhaps the biggest tangible benefit of eating seasonally is that you’ll save money on food. When you buy what’s in season, you buy food that’s at the peak of its supply, and costs less to farmers and distribution companies to harvest and get to your grocery store. But the best consequence of eating seasonally is that you get the best tasting, healthiest food available. Learn more about eating seasonally in the Cleveland Clinic’s Guide to Healthy Food, Season by Season. And check out this map from Eat Well Guide lets you see what’s in season at different times in the year near where you live.