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Fruits & Vegetables: Enhanced Federal Efforts to Increase Consumption Could Yield Health Benefits for Americans
Fruits & Vegetables: Enhanced Federal Efforts to Increase Consumption Could Yield Health Benefits for Americans
 
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Year: 2002
Pages: 61
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756730198

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Lawrence J. Dyckman & Erin Lansburgh. Fruits & vegetables (F&V) are a critical source of nutrients & other substances that help protect against chronic diseases, incl. heart disease & cancer. Fewer than 1 in 4 Amer. consumes the daily 5-9 servings of F&V recommended by the fed. Dietary Guidelines for Amer. (DGA). This report: examines the health benefits assoc. with consuming the recommended servings of F&V; determines the extent to which overall F&V consumption by Amer. has improved under key fed. nutrition policy, guidance, & educ. programs; assesses the impact of key fed. food assist. programs on F&V consumption by program participants; & identifies fed. actions that experts recommend for increasing the consumption of F&V, as well as the implications of those actions.

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