Report: Americans consuming heart-healthier diets

02/8/2007 | Reuters

Americans came closer to following heart-healthy diets between 1980 and 2002, but there has been either little improvement or trends in the wrong direction for the areas of energy balance, sodium intake and fish intake, according to a new study. The areas in which Americans have shown improvement, however, include eating more fruits and vegetables, total grain, and whole grain and drinking less alcohol.

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