Americans fall short on USDA's nutritional recommendations

11/29/2012 | Reuters

Children and elderly people appeared to have healthier diets compared with younger and middle-aged adults, while Hispanics were more likely than blacks and whites to eat healthy food items, according to a study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. However, none of the groups was close to a perfect score on the USDA's recommended food intake, researchers said.

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