CDC report: Adults eating less fruit, not enough veggies

According to an article of The Washington Post, a new government report from the  the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that Americans still don’t eat vegetables often enough. Not only that, but fruit consumption is dropping a little.

According to the article, last year, only about one-third of U.S. adults consumed fruit or fruit juice at least twice a day (down from more than 34 percent in 2000), and about 26 percent ate vegetables three or more times a day (no better than 2000). These statistics where gathered from a national telephone survey of hundreds of thousands of Americans.

No state met federal goals of three-quarters of Americans eating enough fruit, and half eating enough vegetables.

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