Americans’ appetite for natural foods has exploded in recent years, as demand has surged for healthier options.
The trend has led to a proliferation of grocery stores, fast-food restaurants and other food outlets that cater to a growing appetite for fresh and healthy options.
But some critics of the trend argue that there is little need for such businesses, arguing that Americans are hungry for healthy options and have more time for the more traditional fare of fast food.
And some consumers are unhappy with the way the food has been packaged and labeled.
A report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that more than 80 percent of Americans eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables, with nearly two-thirds of the population consuming at least some amount of fruit and veg.
But Americans also consume about one-third of their daily calories from processed and prepared foods.
The study found that Americans who eat the most fruits and veggies have the highest rates of obesity, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
In fact, more than half of the Americans in the study said they would be more likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke if they ate less of the fruits and veges they consumed.
Americans also eat the least fruits and potatoes, the report said, with only about half of Americans eating any amount of vegetables.
Americans eat the lowest amount of fruits and nuts, according to the report, with less than 10 percent of people eating any kind of fruit or nuts.
The report found that the number of Americans who consume at least two fruits and a vegetable a day has increased from 14.3 million in 2000 to 17.1 million in 2015.
Americans now eat a little more than one fruit and a quarter of their calories from one fruit.
Americans are eating less fruits and vegetable protein and less than a fruit and nut a day.
And the report found Americans have eaten more fruits and less nuts than before the obesity epidemic of the 1980s and 1990s.
The findings come as President Donald Trump is set to unveil a plan to slash the federal budget by more than $800 billion by 2026, including $1.1 trillion for the military.