Thursday, February 26, 2009

Lunch Divide

The expanding lunch divide. Well maybe this can help with the obesity problem, you know, try to think positive. They could at least make it a grilled cheese sandwich, that was one of my favorite lunches in school.


  1. beaten to the punch once again.

    this is where i found it. pretty awful stuff going on out there...

  2. Well, this is certainly an example of gallows humor. :o(

  3. Anonymous3:12 PM

    Denying children access to a variety of nutritional options won't ameliorate the rates of childhood obesity. There's a fair amount of scholarship out there on food security and how it isn't about the quantity of food provided, but also the quality. Poverty and lack of access to food are directly linked to cases of childhood obesity.

    If you're interested in learning more, Diego Rose at Tulane University and Parke Wilde at Tufts University are conducting research on the links between food security, poverty, and obesity.