Fast Fact: Healthy Eating
Video Transcript

"Gray background with a yellow, blue, and black Deaf Health Communication and Quality of Life Center logo at the top right corner. A young South Asian girl with black hair is wearing a white lab coat.

"Sorry, I just finished eating my fruit! Do you want to have a good quality of life? Eat fruits and vegetables. This can help reduce risks for heart disease, stroke, obesity, and diabetes!

The Deaf Health Communication and Quality of Life Center asked how many Deaf adults ate fruits and vegetables. In this adult sample that uses ASL, 57% said that they did not eat enough vegetables. About 60% said that they did not eat enough fruits.

How much is enough? It is recommended that you eat 2 cups of fruits and 3 cups of vegetables.
What does one cup of fruit look like?
What does one cup of vegetables look like?

Have fun being creative with how you use fruits and vegetables in daily eating habits!"

Do you know how much fruits per day is considered as “enough”? Watch this video to learn what is considered as healthy eating!

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