Understanding Fruit and Vegetable Choices: Economic and Behavioral Influences
AbstractNutritionists recommend a variety of vegetables, including regular servings of deep-yellow and dark-green vegetables prepared with limited amounts of fats and sugars. In contrast, the most popular vegetable choice of most Americans is fried potatoes.
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