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We all know that eating our fruits and vegetables is good for us. They supply needed vitamins, minerals, and fiber and are usually low in calories. But another way that fruits and vegetables benefit our health is through phytonutrients.
The recently released 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans serve as yet another reminder that the majority of us could be consuming more servings of vegetables. A surprising 87 percent of Americans fail to eat enough vegetables to meet these recommendations, with the average adult getting less than two servings per day.