Health experts keep suggesting we include more fruits and veggies in our meals, but many of us aren’t taking their advice, according to recent findings from a survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and reported by Fox News.

For the study, researchers checked information about health behaviors of almost 400,000 Americans gathered from an ongoing nationwide survey sponsored by the CDC. Findings showed that only 13 percent of U.S. adults said they ate the one and a half to two cups of fruit each day recommended by the government’s dietary guidelines. In addition, just 9 percent of those surveyed ate the recommended amount of two to three cups of veggies each day.

Findings also showed that California topped the list of states with the largest number of people who ate both fruits and veggies. Tennessee has the fewest fruit-eaters and Mississippi took last place for the number of people who ate veggies.

Fruits and veggies are available fresh, frozen, canned and dried. Do you know which of these different types of produce provides the most nutrients? Click here  to find out.