Survey Showcases Dietary Differences Between Genders

Aug. 7, 2008
A new survey showcases the dietary habits of men and women

A survey to pinpoint foods that pose a risk for foodborne illness conducted by the Oregon Dept. of Human Services unearthed a surprising result. Surveying the eating habits of 14,000 Americans, the researchers found that men eat significantly more asparagus and Brussels sprouts than women. As expected, men also eat more meat and poultry than the fair sex and women eat more vegetables and fruits.

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