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Let’s Move (faster) on childhood obesity
Despite some major advances in food policy—notably an overhaul of the federal school lunch program and a national rule requiring chain restaurants to post calorie counts on menus—the administration has dropped or delayed other nutritional measures to appease the food and beverage industries. And Let’s Move has become more a jumping-jacks campaign than reform movement.
(Photo credit: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo/File)

Let’s Move (faster) on childhood obesity

Despite some major advances in food policy—notably an overhaul of the federal school lunch program and a national rule requiring chain restaurants to post calorie counts on menus—the administration has dropped or delayed other nutritional measures to appease the food and beverage industries. And Let’s Move has become more a jumping-jacks campaign than reform movement.

(Photo credit: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo/File)

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    She’s the reason I can’t have salt at school -_-
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    Fuck the food and beverage industry. They are poisoning us!
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