Seven-A-Day Fruit And Vegetables Recommended Intake
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 23: Fruit and vegetables are displayed for sale at a grocers shop on May 23, 2014 in London, United Kingdom. Researchers at University College London recently said that eating 'five-a-day' of fruit and vegetables should be increased to seven. The study involving 65,226 men and women concluded that lifestyles which included at least seven-a-day reduced the chances of serious health issues. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images) Christopher Furlong—Getty Images

How to Get Americans to Eat Vegetables

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1. Here are four ways to get Americans to eat their vegetables.

By Julia Belluz in Vox

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By Mandeep Tiwana at the Thomson Reuters Foundation

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By Jason Thomson in The Christian Science Monitor

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