Olive Garden, home of unlimited breadsticks, and Red Lobster, purveyors of fine cheddar biscuits, are shaping up at Michelle Obama's request.

As part of the First Lady's campaign to end childhood obesity, the restaurants have agreed to cut sodium and fat on their menus by 20 percent over the next decade, and to make healthy sides the default on the children's menu. Think less fries and more apples, a la the recently revamped McDonald's Happy Meals.

"With this new commitment, Darden [the parent company of the restaurants] is doing what no restaurant company has done before,” said Obama at a press conference today. "I believe the changes that Darden will make could impact the health and well-being of an entire generation of young people." There has been no word yet on whether Olive Garden will stop serving toddlers alcohol as part of the initiative.