Food Survey: Most say they should eat less sugar, but don't plan on cutting out meat
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - When it comes to improving our health, it appears there's one thing that is top of mind for most Americans.
A new food survey came from Leatherhead Food Research found that most people want to cut down on dessert, or the amount of sugar that we eat.
Almost half of all Americans say they aim to do this as a health goal.
It is also what is picked twice as often as a few other things we don't plan to do for good health.
The survey of more than 1,000 Americans found that people don't plan to cut down on meat and eat a more plant based diet even though it does appear that it would be good for health.
We also don't want to eat more raw foods, which would also likely be adding in fresh fruits and vegetables.
Most surveyed did say a diet change was the number one thing, however they would like to do to improve health overall.
Answers did vary a lot with each decade, adults aged 30 and under were much more open to protein foods not made of meat.
Not so for those a bit older, who may be true meat and potato fans.
What would your one diet change be if you could make one?