Nearly three-quarters of all Americans eat fewer vegetables each day than the national health objectives for fruit and vegetable consumption advises them to, says a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 67.5% of US adults consume fewer than two fruits per day, the report informs. In fact, not one of the 50 US states met the objectives of Healthy People 2010 for 75% of people to eat at least two servings per day and 50% to consume at least 3 servings of vegetables per day.

Healthy People 2010, set up by the US government, set modest goals for fruit and vegetable consumption by Americans. Unfortunately, ten years later, the country is not even close to achieving those goals (objectives).

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