I doubt her girls eat by these guidelines.
Check it out:

A Kentucky school district is opting out of the federal school lunch program because it says students don’t like the meals required under new guidelines, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

“The calorie limitations and types of foods that have to be provided … have resulted in the kids just saying ‘I’m not going to eat that,'” said Gene Kirchner, superintendent of Fort Thomas Independent Schools.

More schools are opting out of the program, which requires use of whole grains breads and low-fat or no-fat dairy products among other things. First lady Michelle Obama championed the 2010 Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act as part of the national fight against childhood obesity.