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Fighting Childhood Obesity Through "5-2-1-0 a Day"

Quantifying the fight against childhood obesity.

Jamie Oliver's "Food Revolution" and the First Lady's Let's Move are noble initiatives drawing attention to childhood obesity, but their results can be hard to quantify.

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Jamie Oliver and LAUSD Make Up on Jimmy Kimmel Live

The fight between the school district and the celebrity chef over school lunches could be ending if the schmoozing on Kimmel's show is any clue.

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Could the battle between the nation's second largest school district, LAUSD, and celebrity chef and food activist Jamie Oliver be coming to a close? Oliver headed to Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday night to talk about his reality show, Food Revolution, and the fight with LAUSD over their refusal to let him film in school cafeterias. LAUSD's new superintendent, John Deasy, made a surprise appearance and the pair announced a plan to go ahead and make LAUSD's food healthier already. As a first step, Deasy says he's getting rid of sugar-filled chocolate- and strawberry-flavored milk, a move the audience and Oliver applauded.

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Jamie Oliver Still Isn't Offering Real Solutions, But Maybe That's Fine From Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution to Beyoncé, Battling Childhood Obesity

The new season of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution probably won't offer any practical solutions to childhood obesity. But maybe it only needs to be fun.

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Tonight, the new season of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution premiers on ABC.

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Why Doesn't the Los Angeles Unified School District Want Jamie Oliver's Help?

LAUSD has banned the popular chef from filming the second season of Food Revolution in the city's public schools. What gives?

The second season of Jamie Oliver's hit reality series Food Revolution is heading to Los Angeles—but you won't see any of the city's public schools on camera. The Los Angeles Unified School District is refusing to allow Oliver to film in any of its cafeterias.

Oliver told the Los Angeles Times, "I can’t get my foot into a single school. Which is a bit of a shame really. It just doesn’t seem in the interest of the public really. It’s not a great start for me, to be honest.”

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