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Fruits and Vegetables Missing From American Diets



What difference does ten years make? 

When it comes to American eating habits, not much

A government report showed Americans still don't eat enough fruits and vegetables. 

Consumption rates have remained the same or fallen over the past decade.

In a survey of hundreds of thousands of consumers, about one-fourth of U.S. adults claimed to eat vegetables three or more times per day. One-third of Americans consumed fruit or fruit juice at least twice a day.

Federal goals are for three-quarters of Americans to get an adequate amount of fruit and vegetables.

The main reason cited for not consuming enough fruits and veggies every day? 

People simply don't have time.

That's why there's BarleyLife Xtra. 

It's a quick and easy way to get your fruits and veggies.

This nutritious green powder combines 18 fruits and vegetables with young barley grass, one of the most nutritious plants on earth.

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