In an interview with MSN.com, First Lady Michelle Obama explained she used to struggle to feed her kids right–even though she received an education from Harvard and Princeton.
Her personal struggle helped her launch her mission to address childhood obesity, she explains, especially passing a law requiring schools to provide healthier meals for kids.
The First Lady recommended that schools make decisions for children because their parents struggle to feed their children well.
Obama added that parents and school administrators needed to stop worrying about what their kids want to eat and encourage them to act like adults.
Instead of rolling back the national school mandates, the First Lady explained that schools just needed more help making healthy food taste better.
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