Poll indicates Americans' eating habits are worse this year

A Gallup-Healthways survey indicates that Americans are least likely to eat healthy around November and December and also have worse diets during spring, but show improvements in late summer. Researchers also found that fewer respondents ate healthy foods in every month of 2013 compared with the same months last year.

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