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Vets aren’t eating their veggies, study says

MILITARY TIMES --- An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but veterans don't seem to be buying the advice. A comprehensive Wounded Warrior Project survey of more than 33,000 veterans and service members, released today, shows a vast majority of vets aren't eating the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables each day — and could be missing out on key health benefits as a result. "It's widely recognized that a healthy eating plan is critical for good health and for mitigating the effects of chronic disease," said Melanie Mousseau, metrics director for the Wounded Warrior Project.

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Vets aren’t eating their veggies, study says