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 Commissioner Borra - “There should be a transformation and reform in our electoral system starting with the moral fiber of our own candidates including the leadership in the commission and our field people.”
 Susan Borra - “Our research suggests that consumers, for all the publicity concerning carbohydrates and health, are still confused about weight management and how to include carbohydrates in a healthful diet. Fads and quick fixes, though attractive, are not effective tools for getting to a healthful diet.”
 Commissioner Borra - “Thank you for that very very good picture but you know heroes only thrive when they are dead.”
 Commissioner Borra - “From the actual and empirical pieces of evidence presented here at the Senate committee probe there was cheating. There was cheating in some areas. There was massive cheating in some areas but hopefully very minimal.”
 Susan Borra - “Now more than ever, we know that food impacts health and consumers want to put this advice into practice. But we need to remember that it is not one component or one food that reduces the risk of disease or makes a person lose or gain weight. It's the totality of the diet -- balanced food choices and portion sizes combined with physical activity -- that has the greatest benefit to health.”
 Susan Borra - “This indicates that, while Americans are aware of calories and the general advice that consuming fewer calories may improve overall health, reducing the number of calories consumed is not top of mind. What this survey tells us is that most American consumers are confused about how to use calorie information to make changes in their overall diet in order to improve their health in general or to better manage their weight.”
 Susan Borra - “With so much attention focused on the health risks associated with overweightobesity and advice from many health professionals focused on helping consumers achieve a better balance between energy consumption and expenditure, it will be interesting to see how consumer awareness and understanding of calorie information change over time.”