It’s hard to know what men and women will actually eat.

For the record, there is no shortage of fruit and veg, especially if you’re a woman.

But when it comes to vegetables, women are far more likely to be eating more of them than men.

Women, according to research by the New York Times, are eating about 10 percent more vegetables than men (including tomatoes, green beans, and potatoes), and the trend is expected to continue.

And that’s just the fruit.

In fact, the gender gap is growing: Men are eating more fruit than women, and women are eating fewer vegetables than the men.

And while the difference is only slightly, the growing gender gap in vegetables is a big reason why women need to take more care with their vegetables.

In a new study, a team of researchers from the University of Texas at Austin and the Harvard School of Public Health looked at the foods that are most likely to boost your waistline: fruit and veggies.

The research looked at data from the US Department of Agriculture, which tracks calories and nutrient intake.

The researchers looked at what women ate, men ate, and both groups ate.

They then looked at whether the vegetables were low in fat, carbs, sodium, and sugar.

The result was fascinating: It turns out that eating more vegetables is good for your health.

In other words, if you eat more vegetables, you’re better off.

It’s not surprising that the researchers found that women are consuming more fruits and vegetables, since they are more likely than men to have an active lifestyle, as well as to have higher rates of obesity.

In the study, they looked at fruits and veggies consumed by a group of 4,000 US adults.

They looked at their waistlines, which is how much weight is lost, and their blood pressure.

What they found is that women were consuming significantly more vegetables overall.

The results showed that women, by the age of 70, had significantly more calories than men, and they were eating about twice as many fruits and veges as men.

Men, on the other hand, ate less than women.

And overall, women were eating roughly 40 percent less vegetables than their male counterparts.

Here are some of the findings: Women were eating 1,300 calories more than men in 2015, while men were eating 2,200 calories more.

They were also consuming 1,800 calories less than men overall, and eating nearly 2,000 fewer calories than women overall.

For men, the average daily intake of vegetables was 1,890 calories, compared to 2,700 calories for women.

Men were also eating more fruits, while women were more likely eating fewer fruits and more veggies.

In terms of total daily calories, men were consuming more than four times as many calories as women.

They also were consuming about two and a half times as much as the average American woman.

Overall, women ate 1,200 more calories per day, and men ate 1.5 times more per day.

But they also were eating a lot more vegetables.

They ate more than 400 more calories of vegetables per day than men per day (which is about the same amount as the amount of fruits and nuts consumed per day).

Women also had a higher risk of dying from any cause, and in general, they were consuming higher amounts of carbohydrates.

They consumed more than a quarter of a gram of sugar per day in 2015.

And men were also more likely consuming more carbohydrates, with about 30 percent of their calories coming from carbohydrates.

In total, women consumed 1,600 calories more per week than men for every week of the study.

And in terms of overall calorie intake, men consumed more calories, while the average woman consumed more vegetables per week.

Men also had an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.

They had higher blood pressure, and were also twice as likely to die from any reason.

In short, men are eating way more vegetables and they’re eating way less than the average person.

And because they’re consuming more vegetables each week, they’re also consuming more calories overall.

So what do women need from their diet?

The best thing you can do is eat more fruits or vegetables, as the researchers point out.

And if you are going to be doing a lot of exercise, you should be eating a variety of fruits, not just one or two types of fruits.

That’s because they contain nutrients that are not necessarily concentrated in one type of fruit.

It turns the whole vegetable into a nutrient-rich nutrient.

You can find more tips on the New American Diet on the Health and Fitness Blog.