That's all I did last week to express my concerns about National C-O Awareness Month. You can read Jessie's response under comments to my March 20th post (bottom of this page). I was very pleased with this assurance:
We will direct our Washington staff to raise these concerns on our behalf and encourage our elected leaders in the House and Senate to follow ADA’s example of delivering a positive message that will resonate and motivate rather than alienate those children who are at risk or suffering from the stigma of obesity.By speaking out, I have realized how many ADA colleagues share similar concerns and learned about ways that they are taking action. National Nutrition Month seems the ideal time to reinforce positive, inclusive approaches to healthy habits for all children ... from the ground up.