Posted by Jenna Brayton, Associate Director of Content, White House Office of Digital Strategy on February 23, 2015
Ed. Note: This is a cross post from the blog of whitehouse.gov You can find the original post here.
Mark your calendars: On April 6, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will host the 137th-annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn! The Easter Egg Roll is a special White House tradition that dates all the way back to 1878 and President Rutherford B. Hayes – and it's now the largest public White House celebration.
Posted by Kelly Miterko, Deputy Associate Director, Let's Move! on February 23, 2015
Have you been making healthier choices over the past five years? #GimmeFive! Have you planted a garden, joined a dance class, eaten more fruits and vegetables? #GimmeFive! And, in the spirit of Let’s Move! – whether it’s pushups or recipes or hours spent on your health – can you #GimmeFive more?
Posted by Kelly Miterko, Deputy Associate Director, Let's Move! on February 17, 2015
The First Lady joined Big Bird and Billy Eichner of Billy on the Street in a grocery store for some fun and games to highlight the eat brighter! campaign.
Posted by Kelly Miterko, Deputy Associate Director, Let's Move! on February 10, 2015
The March edition of the Cooking Light magazine hits newsstands this Friday with a focus on inspiring families to prepare healthy and affordable meals and celebrating the 5th Anniversary of Let’s Move!. First Lady Michelle Obama is featured on the cover and is the first person in the magazine’s 28-year history to appear on the cover. In this special edition, the First Lady sat down to talk with Cooking Light about her personal experience around cooking and family meals and how that lead to her work focusing on nutrition when she came to the White House.
Posted by Elyse Cohen, Deputy Director, Let's Move! on February 9, 2015
Five years ago, First Lady Michelle Obama launched Let’s Move!, a nationwide initiative to set children on a path to a healthy future. And over the past five years, we have seen incredible commitments from parents, business leaders, educators, elected officials, military leaders, chefs, physicians, athletes, childcare providers, community and faith leaders, and kids themselves to improve the health of our nation’s children.
Posted by Kelly Miterko, Deputy Associate Director, Let's Move! on February 5, 2015
Today, First Lady Michelle Obama joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) at West Side High School in New York City as they announced another $500 million commitment to help kids across the country grow up healthy.
Posted by Shelley Maniscalco, MPH, RD, Director, Office of Nutrition Marketing and Communications, Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion on February 5, 2015
Ed. Note: This is a cross post from the blog of usda.gov. You can find the original post here.
The recipes on What’s Cooking? USDA Mixing Bowl offer nutrition information to help you choose dishes for you and your family.
Posted by Kirby Bumpus, Associate Director for Policy, Let's Move! on January 23, 2015
Let’s Read! Let’s Move! hosted their first White House event on Wednesday to educate and entertain a group of local DC students on healthy and active living. The typically grandiose ballroom was transformed into a kaleidoscope of color with life-sized balloons, Seuss characters, and Cat-in-the-Hat accouterments to match! Forty students from Seaton, Kendall Demonstration, and Drew Elementary schools (DC Public Schools) participated in the event with the First Lady, Michelle Obama.
Posted by Elyse Cohen, Deputy Director, Let's Move! on January 8, 2015
The White House today announced that Debra “Deb” Eschmeyer will be joining the staff as the Executive Director of Let’s Move! and Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition Policy. The role was previously held by Sam Kass, who departed in December to live full time in New York City.
Posted by Kelly Miterko, Deputy Associate Director, Let's Move! on January 2, 2015
Making a New Year’s resolution this year? We’re here to help you start your year off right. Check out the ideas below to help your family have a happy and healthy 2015!