Skip to comments.Michelle Obama Offers Course: 'Supermarket Shopping 101'
Posted on 08/31/2012 1:35:50 PM PDT by Sub-Driver
Michelle Obama Offers Course: 'Supermarket Shopping 101' By Elizabeth Harrington August 31, 2012
(CNSNews.com) - As part of her anti-obesity Let's Move campign, First Lady Michelle Obama is now offering a brief online course: Supermarket Shopping 101.
The course, which now appears on the letsmove.gov website, provides novice shoppers with tips such as steer clear of the cookie, snack and soda aisle.
Supermarket Shopping 101: Read This Before You Hit the Grocery Store, written by Lisa Cericola, was first published among the materials the first lady presented online last week when she was a "guest editor" at iVillage.com. Now, it has been republished on the Lets Move blog.
As CNSNews.com previously reported, iVillage.com, which featured Mrs. Obama as a guest editor, also features graphic sex tips, including from prostitutes.
A self-described cheat sheet for grocery shopping, "Supermarket Shopping 101" includes tips on when is the best time to shop and how to navigate a grocery store.
Youve got your list, youve got your cart--lets get shopping! the article says. Focus on the perimeter of the store first--thats typically where youll find the produce, meat and dairy sections, which stock fresh, whole foods that should comprise the bulk of your shopping list.
Supermarket Shopping 101 instructs shoppers to leave the junk food for last, in order to train yourself to eat healthy.
Steer clear of the cookie, snack and soda aisle until after youve collected everything on your list--at that point, your cart should be full, which might make you feel less tempted to buy things you dont need, the article says.
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Mrs. Romney doesn't think we're stupid.
Remember, Hillary thought we were stupid, too.
I really hope the Koch brothers don’t own Clorox Wipes because they are the official sponsor of the Browne household move.
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Ready to eat lots of pizza tonight at @SullivanBakery with @GoodFoodStories
She’s smart. She went to shopping school.
Now she’s a professor of shopping. She could have gone pro but she decided to teach instead. She really cares. She wants to give back.
Just think of all the little people out there, struggling with their shopping carts, with no idea how to find their way around the produce, past the bakery, down the canned food aisle, and out to the check-out lines. I weep for them.
So does Michelle. The difference is, she is going to do something to help make a difference.
Does she also have tips on shopping in Spain, Italy or England 101?
Do has she says, not as she does...
A native of South Florida, Lisa Cericola moved to the New York area in 2003. She is currently style editor at BizBash, a magazine and website for corporate event planners and has written articles for Cosmopolitan, MSN.com, and Shelterrific.com
food editor, dinner party-thrower
“A few of my top memories are homemade sushi at a friends house in Berkeley, stuffed cornish hens and amazing lamb rice stuffing in New York, yummy lamb ragu on Christmas Eve at a friends house in Brooklyn, a picnic on Governors Island.”
“I love bacon, but I think bacon desserts have become a bit played out.”
“Last year I got over my fear of making pie crust, which felt really good.”
Lisa Cericola, Daniel Browne
Lisa Cericola was married to Daniel Browne, Martha Schulman, a friend of the couple who became a minister of the Church of Spiritual Humanism for this wedding, officiated.
She is an associate editor in New York for BizBash Media. The bridegroom, is the acting director of policy and research for the public advocate for the City of New York
The bride, 27, will continue to use her name professionally.
The bridegroom, 29, is the acting director of policy and research for the public advocate for the City of New York
Step 1: Get your own EBT card so someone else pays for it.
Hypocrisy, thy name is Michelle.
"last time I saw a rump dat big it was headin into the first turn, Belmont at 43 to 1"
I HOPE she speaks to WIC because that’s where their base is. Those food stamp people have the MOST junk food in their baskets!
OMG! That is hilarios!
Bwahahaha! Look at this.
No budget for "fresh, whole foods," Mrs. Obama.
Notice the shout-out to her favorite grocery there? I wonder if they made a contribution.
I didn’t see anything about the most important rule
of grocery shopping.
1. ALWAYS eat before you go.
1a. Never go shopping hungry!
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