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    American Diets Getting Worse

    Even fewer Americans in their middle and later years adhere to this healthy lifestyle advice than they did two decades ago.

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    Post well I'm one American whose diet is healthy

    My diet is extremely healthy. I eat a lot of fruits and vegetables and rarely eat red meat (fish and poultry are preferred but fish containing high levels of PCBs and mercury are avoided. Even when certain kinds of fish only contain very minimal tolerable amounts of these toxins I only eat them once or twice a week at most). I won't even eat things like white bread, white rice and potatoes. Things like whole grains and brown rice are preferred instead. I choose the fruits and vegetables I buy and eat on the basis of their anti-oxidant levels and not on how good they taste. I also take vitamins and omega 3 fatty acid supplements. I'm 6 foot tall and 180 pounds (normal BMI range).

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