American Food Intake Report Card

A report from USDA's Economic Research Service shows that Americans do not meet the Federal dietary recommendations and to do so they would need to substantially lower their intake of added fats, refined grains, and added sugars and sweeteners and increase their consumption of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat milk and milk products. The report examines major trends in the amount of fo...

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