Michelle Obama: Gov Will Control What Your Children Can Eat

Michelle Obama: Gov Will Control What Your Children Can Eat

susanne_posel_news_ VilsackObamaLetsMove_Getty_620x350Susanne Posel
Occupy Corporatism
June 28, 2013





The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released “Smart Snacks in School” that outlines federal standards for nutrition stands for “students, parents, school stakeholders and the food and beverage industries to implement the new guidelines, and make the healthy choice the easy choice for America’s young people.”

Caloric restrictions mandate that snack items can contain no more than 200 calories and entrees cannot contain more than 350 calories.

While low-calorie diets cause weight loss, they are also extremely dangerous because they decrease metabolic rates which throws the human body into survival mode and could lead to health problems such as heart disease, less muscle development, hypo-glycemic conditions; including the development of diabetes.
Caloric controls for school nutrition programs state that “kindergarteners to fifth-graders, lunches must contain 550 to 650 calories, and for ninth- to 12th-graders, lunches must have 750 to 850 calories.”

Using “science-based nutrition guidelines” with recommendations from the National Institute of Medicine (NIM) children and parents will have choices that are pre-approved by the federal government and First Lady Michelle Obama.

Tom Vislack, secretary for the USDA said: “Nothing is more important than the health and well-being of our children. Parents and schools work hard to give our youngsters the opportunity to grow up healthy and strong, and providing healthy options throughout school cafeterias, vending machines, and snack bars will support their great efforts.”

The document entitled “Nutrition Stands for All Foods Sold in School” states that:

• All food sold in schools must meet proposed nutrient standards
• Contain 10% of national Daily Value nutrients for public health
• Sugar-free gum (which contains aspartame) is exempt from national standards

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity can be controlled by mandating what children are allowed to consume.

According to the Healthy,, Hunger – Free Kids Act of 2010, signed by President Obama, the federal government has charged itself with focusing on childhood obesity and hunger through controlling what is served in National School Lunch and Breakfast programs.

This $4.5 billion initiative was the brainchild of Michelle Obama and her Let’s Move! campaign.

Students protested this mandate by creating black markets in schools for items now outlawed by Michelle Obama.

Let’s Move! is Michelle Obama’s answer to “the problem of obesity” to be solved “within a generation”.

The federal government has deemed “common sense” rules for nutrition to be implemented by the Task Force on Childhood Obesity (TFCO) created by executive power so that governmental policies will control what Americans can eat should they participate in national public school food programs.

In 2010, TFCO developed the action plan entitled, “Solving the Problem of Childhood Obesity Within a Generation” that created national goals and measureable outcomes to control childhood obesity in the public and private sectors by collaborating with “mayors and governors, parents and educators, business owners and health care providers, coaches and athletes – to ensure that we are providing each and every child the happy, healthy future they deserve.”

Michelle Obama has endeavored to:

• Create national health standards for children
• Admonish parents and caregivers for not following those guidelines
• Control what food is available in schools
• Bar access to food not approved by the federal government
• Demand that children participate in physical activity

Safety standards for school food programs include milk saturated with recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH); beef that has been tainted with sex hormones such as estradiol, progesterone, and testosterone, and their more potent synthetic counterparts, zeranol, trenbolone, and melengestero to increase productivity.

At the 2006 Midwest BioETHICS conference the National School Lunch Program was the focus of discussion. Attendees of the conference included representatives from the Biotechnology Industry Organization.

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