Eating Smart with Fruit and Vegetables Interactive Health Lesson

Call to Action

  • Eating 2 to 2½ cups (4 to 5 servings) each of fruits and vegetables every day as part of an overall healthy diet pattern may reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease, including heart attack and stroke.
  • Challenge yourself to add ½ cup (one serving) of fruit and vegetables a day. Even adding small amounts is a powerful step toward a healthier, longer life.
  • After finishing the health lesson, take the Eating Smart with Fruits and Vegetables quiz.

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Spanish

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EmPOWERED to Serve Health Lesson – Eating Smart with Fruits and Vegetables | Eating fruit and vegetables is a key to good health. But, most of us don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables to meet our body’s needs.  About 75% of the U.S. population has an eating pattern that is low in fruits and vegetables.

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Eating Smart with Fruits and Vegetables

Adding more fruits and vegetables to a healthy diet is a powerful step toward a healthier, longer life.