Why Do Americans Not Eat Enough Fruit?

It's shocking how few Americans eat enough fruits and vegetables every day

Plus more from this week in wellness.

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Only 1 in 10 Americans get enough fruits and vegetables.

On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a study that showed that in 2015, only 9 percent of Americans were getting their 1½ to 2 cups of fruit and 2 to 3 cups of vegetables per day according to national guidelines. The 91 percent who missed the recommended daily allowance are at higher risk for chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease, according to the report. Here are seven easy ways to sneak more fruits and vegetables into your diet.

Selena Gomez introduces a new Puma sneaker with #DoYou.

The new face of Puma instagrammed the launch of the Phenom high-top sneaker and christened the post #DoYou. Back in July, Puma spokeswoman Cara Delevingne released a documentary series entitled "Do You", which explores women's stories about empowerment through education, defense, poetry and other forms of expression.

Allbirds and Outdoor Voices work together.

Growing athleisure brand Outdoor Voices has teamed up with sustainable shoe company Allbirds to bring out a limited edition that brings together the best of each brand. The Allbirds x Outdoor Voices Kit - inspired by Jogwalk, even if your run turns into a leisurely stroll - includes an Outdoor Voices top and bottom, a pair of Allbirds wool runners and a free Jogwalkers Club bag. The entire kit is available in navy or gray and goes with the minimalist aesthetic that made both brands so popular on Instagram.

Lululemon launched a high fashion collection with embroidered lace.

The athleisure pioneer turned to Swiss textile manufacturer Forster Rohner, who created fabric for fashion houses like Dior, to create a capsule collection that was only available during the holidays. The result is the Embroidered To You Hoodie ($ 138), Wonder Under Pant Hi-Rise Special Edition ($ 118), Embroidered To Tunic ($ 118), Get Embroidered Bra Set ($ 68). In addition, Forster Rohner has created three new prints - Flourlace Multi, Embellished Multi and Overlaced - which cover the majority of Lululemon's standard collection.

Bulletproof Labs just opened its new biohacking fitness center.

Bulletproof Labs in Santa Monica, California isn't your average fitness center, maybe because it's not a fitness center at all. The facility is more like a cyborg tune-up center, where you can find machines like an "atmospheric cell trainer", cryotherapy chambers, IV drops, and a "virtual floating tank" to get into the "theta state" sounds a lot like Eleven's bathtub on Stranger Things. The company lists iton Instagram as a "Human Upgrade Center" and invites its followers to "unleash the art and science of becoming superhuman". A monthly membership costs about $ 500 per month, according to the Fast Company. (For a good measure, it's worth noting that many of these therapies are unproven.)

Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday fitness deals are intense, and we have all you need to know. You should bookmark these.

Black Friday is an excellent time to sign up for a gym membership or subscription service (and not just because of the Thanksgiving turkey hangover). Most gyms, studios, and services offer a discount or freebie, and we've rounded up the best deals here. And on Cyber ​​Monday, you can upgrade your activewear wardrobe by factoring in those sales. Get in touch using the links now and prepare to hit some big deals this weekend.