Mixed Message on Healthy Eating Initiative

Only a day after first lady Michelle Obama launched the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, her husband joined Russian President Dmitri Medvedev for a lunch of burgers and fries at a popular Virginia eatery.

The new council, formerly known as the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, now includes a focus on healthy eating as well as active lifestyles.

The first lady, who has actively been promoting healthy eating, marked the occasion at an event where she jumped rope with D.C. schoolchildren on Wednesday.

"This year we're expanding the work of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition to include not just a focus on active lifestyles, but on healthy eating, too," Mrs. Obama said.

The president, however, hasn't always stuck to his wife's message.

His indulgences in junk food have been well-documented, whether it's a burger at Ray's Hell Burger, buffalo wings at Duff's Famous Wings or Five Guys' famous greasy and oversized burgers.

President Obamas does maintain a regular exercise routine. He loves to work out, even going while on vacation. He reportedly exercises every day at the White House and is a regular golfer and basketball player.

A Five Guys cheeseburger, by the way, has 840 calories--it would take over an hour of jump roping to burn those off.