Things haven't changed much since Adam’s day: Men are less likely to eat fruits and vegetables than women. Researchers at Kent State University reviewed data from some 3,400 people taking part in a food behavior study and found that “men don’t believe as strongly as women that fruit and vegetable consumption is an important part of maintaining health,” said associate professor and study researcher John A. Updegraff. What’s more, men stated they feel ...

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