The federal government wants you to eat more fruits and veggies -- and if you are in Oklahoma or South Dakota, the government wants you to know that you need a whole lot more fruits and veggies. Those two states ate the least healthy stuff in the country.

Tennesseans eat the most vegetables, while people living in Washington, D.C. eat the most fruit. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says:

"In 2009, an estimated 32.5% of U.S. adults consumed fruit two or more times per day (Table 1), with the highest percentage in DC (40.2%) and the lowest in Oklahoma (18.1%). The percentage of adults who consumed vegetables three or more times per day was 26.3%, with the highest percentage in Tennessee (33.0%) and the lowest in South Dakota (19.6%). Thus, no state met either of the Healthy People 2010 targets related to fruit and vegetable consumption among adults. Twelve states and DC had 35%-45% of adults who consumed fruit two or more times per day, compared with no states that had 35%-45% of adults who consumed vegetables three or more times per day. "

The government's Healthy People 2010 project says more of us should eat two or more fruit servings a day and three or more servings of vegetables. But only 32 percent of American adults eat enough fruit, and only a fourth of us eat enough vegetables.

In fact, the most recent study says fruit consumption actually dropped since 2000, meaning we are going backwards.