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FLOTUS Hits Morning Shows for Let's Move Anniversary

First Lady Michelle Obama visited the sets of the Today show and Live with Regis and Kelly this morning to tout the successes of Let's Move on its first anniversary. The major accomplishments of the children's health and nutrition campaign, she said, is that "we're seeing some of the most sweeping changes in school lunches than we've seen in generations."

Matt Lauer then asked FLOTUS about the White House Super Bowl menu, which came under some criticism for being unhealthy itself.

"I've always talked about balance in this campaign," Obama replied. "Life is about good food, at least in America."

[Today]

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