You know, I don't know what I think about the ad. I think the concept in good, setting a good example for your kids, but there is absolutely no education in it. How do people set a good example if they do not actually know what that is? I know people who think a tuna salad sandwich is a good option for dieters at a restaurant. Another example- growing up I had no idea what a proper portion size was. I thought a huge bowl of pasta was a serving, and I would go back for 2 or three bowls. Of course, that didn't catch up to me until I was in my mid 20's but I have had to re-learn how and what to eat in my adult life. All of these bad habits, processed food and huge portions, was in a family with no overweight people at the time. So, honestly, I think this sort of ad should not single out heavy people, but should call out all of us and our eating habits as a country.