Michelle Obama has spent years trying to make herself appear to be a classy woman so that she can hob-nob with rich and famous A-listers. That’s why she was undoubtedly humiliated this week when a woman who Michelle definitely does not want the public to know about came forward claiming to be her cousin.
An Instagram model who goes by the name La Dive is trying to make a name for herself online by claiming that she is Michelle’s cousin. In her photos, La Dive definitely does bare a striking resemblance to the First Lady, which has led many to speculate that her claims may be true.
A native of Houston, Texas, La Dive has made it clear that she is struggling to make her dreams come true. If Michelle were really the generous “warrior for black women” that she claims to be, she would step in to help her cousin out. However, Michelle has continued to do nothing for La Dive, shattering the image that many Americans had of her.
This comes after scientists revealed that Michelle’s school lunches were actually far worse for children than she would like to believe.
Daily Mail reported that a new study has revealed that government-funded school lunches are only fueling the obesity epidemic.
“While well-intentioned, these government funded school meal programs that are aimed at making kids healthy are in fact making participating students more at risk of being overweight,” said Wen You, associate professor of agricultural and applied economics in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. “This study identifies the hardest battles in crafting policy to alleviate children in low-income populations being overweight.”
This study, which was published in the journal Health Economics, found that children are more likely to be overweight if they participate in both the school breakfast and lunch programs throughout their schooling years.
“We found that the longer children were in the programs, the higher their risk of being overweight,” You said. We also saw the most negative effect of the government-funded school meal programs in the South, the Northeast, and rural areas of the country. The question now is what to do in order to not just fill bellies, but make sure those children consume healthy and nutritious food – or at least not contribute to the obesity epidemic.”
“Policymakers need to consider all the aspects of school meal programs – from availability and affordability to nutritional content and tastiness,” You continued. “It is important to have extra policy support that will allow funding for programs such as chef-to-school and farm-to-school, as well as culinary training for cafeteria staff so kids actually enjoy eating what is ultimately prepared for them. This study also helps to identify the regions that are most in need and calls for targeted policy design.”
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