Translation:Do you eat enough fruit and vegetables every day?
Thanks Jordan, I knew that the vav meaning “and” is here pronounced vi, but since I heard “raqot” following vi, I wondered what happened to the first syllable of yeraqot, vegetables.
Since then I have found out something new about vi before words starting with a yod with a shwa under it.
Jerusalem is yerushalayim but “and Jerusalem” is virushalayim.
The first syllable after vi disappears!
Yeladim is children but “and children” is viladim.
I mention this so that DL users will understand it when they hear it, but most native Hebrew speakers use “ve” for “and” in every situation.