What's for Lunch? Schools and Childhood Obesity

Nutritionists have their eyes on school lunches and aren't happy with the heaping helpings of tater tots, greasy pizza and lack of balanced nutrition seen in many school cafeterias. Could changes to school lunches help stem the tide of childhood obesity?


Ann Cooper, chef and author of Lunch Lessons: Changing the Way We Feed Our Children; director of nutrition services for the Berkeley Unified School District



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