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Relevant Population Characteristics for Daily Vegetable Consumption

Relevant Population Characteristics

Overall, more women than men reported eating vegetables three times or more a day. A higher percentage of college graduates ate vegetables three times a day than adults with lower education. Some regional differences for local health departments and small areas were also seen. Race/ethnicity, age, and income did not significantly influence the rates of adults consuming vegetables three times or more a day.

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Content updated: Thu, 15 Nov 2018 15:12:49 MST