CDC: Americans fall short on fruit, vegetable consumption

09/9/2010 | HealthDay News

In the past decade, 10 states, including Arizona, Kansas and Maryland, had significant reductions in fruit and vegetable consumption, and no state overall was able to meet the goals of Healthy People 2010 to improve healthy food intake among Americans, according to a CDC report. The report found that in 2009, 67.5% of adults ate fewer than two servings of fruit a day and 73.7% ate fewer than three servings of vegetables.

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