So far, so good: Seems like Americans are sticking to their New Year's resolutions.

The percentage of Americans who said they ate at least five servings of fruits and vegetables at least four days in the last week was 57.4 percent, an increase of 3.3 percentage points since December, according to the February Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.

This improvement—along with an increase in the percentage of Americans who exercised frequently— helped push up the nation's Healthy Behavior Index score, which climbed to 63.9 in February, up 2.9 points since December.

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