Less than a third of American adults are eating the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables each day, according to the CDC; and white Americans, people who earned at least $50,000 per year and women were the most likely to eat vegetables three or more times a day (according to some experts, this could be tied to a lack of access to grocery stores that carry fresh produce in predominantly African American, low-income neighborhoods). Generally, a medium-size fruit or a half a cup of vegetables is considered one serving. Visit the United States Department of Agriculture website for tips on how to incorporate more fruits and veggies into your diet.