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March 22, 2010


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Melissa Graham


I didn't have a chance to see the show, but I very much appreciate your comment about the lunch ladies. We get on them, but it's not their fault - this goes far higher and is very much removed from the lunch room and gets into questions of subsidies and screwed up regulations and of course not enough money.

We've got to go after the big fish especially right now when we've got a president so supportive of our childrens' health. As a society, we need to value the needs of our kids as highly as we do our corporations. Until we do, we'll continue to subsidize the wrong things and put our children's health at risk.


Thanks Melissa. The good news is that the preview gets re-aired Friday at 8pm Eastern.

And this isn't the lunch ladies fault. They are stuck in a bad situation.

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My typical breakfast

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    There is no right way to finding the balance of food, just your way. My typical breakfast is whole wheat spaghetti with homemade sauce, sautéed mushrooms, and a naturally low-fat Italian cheese sprinkled on top. Works for me.


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