In a new report, the Institute of Medicine says that more than half of all U.S. households, and nearly all of the country’s children, are currently fed a diet containing refined carbohydrates and processed foods.
The report, titled Dietary Patterns and Their Consequences in the United States, found that more and more people are getting “low-quality” foods.
It also says that “the consumption of refined carbohydrate, and especially refined grain and sugar, is increasing.”
The report calls for “a significant shift away from highly refined carbohydrate foods.”
And it recommends the government intervene to make the foods that are being eaten “healthier.”
The U.N. agency says it will provide recommendations in the coming months, but its recommendations are not yet final.
The institute also said that the American diet should be made more healthful by adding “healthy fats, whole grains, fruits and vegetables” and adding “healthful foods that contribute to the health and well-being of individuals.”
But the Institute for a Sustainable World says it is “very doubtful” that the U. S. is on track to reach its goals.
It says that the average American is consuming more than 4,000 calories a day, but “the diet has increased by about 30 percent over the last 10 years.
And yet, this diet still produces far more obesity and diabetes than other industrialized countries.”
In fact, the report notes that there is no clear evidence that Americans are healthier today than they were 10 or 20 years ago.
But the U,N.
warns that a “healthy diet that emphasizes whole grains and fruit is likely to be healthier for people than a diet that primarily includes sugars, refined grains and high-fat dairy products.”