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Should junk food be banned in schools

  Students have been getting more obiese over the years. If schools want to follow through with their health programs, they should get the kids to eat healthier and not just exersize more. I think it should be banned.

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8 points

Junk food should be banned from school. It's unhealthy and can cause many conditions. Will they be able to monitor it though. Most schools already banned eating in classes and the cafeteria has to serve nutritional foods, somehow, people still get away with it.

4 years ago | Side: yes
TERMINATOR(6718) Disputed
7 points

And just what is so healthy about sitting in class all day? Will that not also contribute to obesity?

4 years ago | Side: No
brycer2012(987) Disputed
10 points

It's healthy for the mind. If they go home and exercise then it won't.

4 years ago | Side: yes
6 points

Junk food should be banned from school. It's unhealthy and can cause many conditions. Will they be able to monitor it though. Most schools already banned eating in classes and the cafeteria has to serve nutritional foods, somehow, people still get away with it.

1 year ago | Side: Yes
5 points

Don't Bite the hand that feeds you!! Right------------------------

Corporations donate millions of dollars to public schools. [1]

One of the more popular methods for raising money is for a school or school district to sign an exclusive beverage contract with Coca-Cola or Pepsi in return for a share in the profits. The practice tripled across the nation from 1997 to 1999 and now includes 150 districts in 29 states, including many in Michigan, according to The Detroit New. [1]

Supporting Evidence: School [1] (www.educationreport.org)
4 years ago | Side: No
1 point

Don't Bite the hand that feeds you!! Right------------------------

Corporations donate millions of dollars to public schools. [1]

One of the more popular methods for raising money is for a school or school district to sign an exclusive beverage contract with Coca-Cola or Pepsi in return for a share in the profits. The practice tripled across the nation from 1997 to 1999 and now includes 150 districts in 29 states, including many in Michigan, according to The Detroit New. [1]

Supporting Evidence: School [1] (www.educationreport

1 year ago | Side: No
5 points

Junk food should be banned from school. It's unhealthy and can cause many conditions. Will they be able to monitor it though. Most schools already banned eating in classes and the cafeteria has to serve nutritional foods, somehow, people still get away with it.

1 year ago | Side: Yes
Zombiecakes(13) Disputed
3 points

Your mom should quit eating!>:D

She might explode!!!:0

Your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom, your mom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D

3 years ago | Side: No
5 points

OMG! My moms just like that!:D I feel the love!(:

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3 years ago | Side: No
8 points

Of course junk food should be banned in schools! Just the word explains that, "junk" food. Why put that type of food right in front of kids to poison their bodies and contribute to obesity? America has HUGE healthcare and obesity issues that relate immediately to what Americans put into their bodies. You are what you eat, you can't just shovel junk food into yourself and not pay. Don't let school aged kids have the temptation, ban junk food in schools and everywhere.

4 years ago | Side: yes
8 points

i strongly agree with all of the peoples views about junk food. As my classmates and I are doing a debate on this subject and it is certainly , definatly bad for schools to have junk food in thier canteens.

Our school has junk food and about 99.9% of people at our school go the the tuckshop(canteen) to get... JUNK FOOD thats the work thats thier mind dont care about. The should think, what have i had for lunch today or how much junk food have you had today.

you see this is the problem at a high majority schools they dont care about the kids all they care about is money $$$. this is very inconsiderate towards other people!

3 years ago | Side: yes
8 points

Junk food Is as bad as a cigaret. It's food with fat salt and sugar. It's basically a alive killing monster!

2 years ago | Side: Yes
bigfighter69(4) Clarified
3 points

but troughs are the things the body craves and used to need so that it why we love them so much!

1 year ago | Side: Yes
8 points

it should be banned as it is unhealthy and can make you over weight!

2 years ago | Side: Yes
8 points

Junk food in canteens contributes to the rise in childhood obesity.

The kids are happier and healthier when they eat good and organic food

Poor nutrition has bad effects on a childs concentration and studying abilities.

If you eat healthy food at school canteens you are more likely to be calm and not hyper.

Hope that these points will help you!

2 years ago | Side: Yes
8 points

good points you person I think that those arguements are really strong.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
7 points

yes because its unhealthy for them to be eating alot of junk food. And thats one of the reason why there are alot of very fat people. its the schools fault for having the junk food in the first place!

4 years ago | Side: yes
epiccoolchen(24) Disputed
1 point

is it really the schools fault? is it not our decisions and our choices which ends up as the result? the school is just supplying us with different choices

2 years ago | Side: No
7 points

I feel that junk food should be banned in schools.

What are junk food?

Junk food are typically ready-to-eat convenience foods containing high levels of saturated fats, salt, or sugar, and little or no fruit, vegetables, or dietary fibre; and are considered to have little or no health benefits.

Common junk food include salted snack foods like chips, candy, sweet desserts, deep fried food and carbonated beverages.

Upon hearing this, I am sure you will realize that these are very popular among students.

Junk food is high in sodium, saturated fat, trans -fat, and cholesterol, eating too much can lead to health problems such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and obesity.

Junk food also lacks many of the nutrients, vitamins, and minerals our bodies need. It's helpful to remember that with fast food, moderation is important.

Now, isn’t it obvious that junk food is bad for us?

3 years ago | Side: yes
eorde(13) Clarified
4 points

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2 years ago | Side: Yes
7 points

An article in The Lancet, the worlds leading medical journal, found the likelihood for a child to be obese increases 1.6 times every time he/she drinks a bottle of sugar sweetened drink. Many schools in America do serve sugar-sweetened drinks even though they know the health risks. For example, the PowerAde our school serves has 21.5 g of sugar per bottle.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt states, “It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But, above all, try something.” This means we should try banning junk food in schools. If it does not show positive results, admit it and revert to the old method, but we must try something to stop obesity.

A 2001 surgeon general’s report found that over 14% of Americans are obese and over 5% of children age 6-19 are obese. In addition, 300,000 people die per year from obesity related diseases. However, the CDC reports in 2008 33.9% of Americans were obese and 37.7% of children were obese. Also 365,000 now die per year from obesity related diseases. You can see how much these numbers have jumped.

Studies show that eating sugary foods cause children to be less able to focus in class. Junk food also causes tooth decay and vitamin deficiencies.

Studies show that a modest school based program, teaching children not to drink soda succeeded in reducing the number of obese students compared to the control group. This is a big step towards the ban of junk food seeing it is not only unhealthy to your body, but also to your teeth. Sugared sodas are nearly as corrosive to dental enamel as battery acid. Soda’s acids are proven to reduce 5% of a tooth’s weight by corroding the enamel.

A study from University of Nebraska-Lincoln finds banning all junk food from a la carte lines would result in 18% reduction of overweight and obese students. Not only weight gain occurs by serving junk food in lunches, but also poor eating habits are developed and lead to a lifetime of real health consequences. Therefore, you would not just be ruining your health as a kid, but the rest of your life as well.

School lunches must meet federal nutrition standards whereas snack carts do not. This means you are getting your daily proteins and nutrients needed to sustain a healthy life from hot lunches. According to the NHCS webpage: Al la carte pizzas contain 50.4% of your daily intake of sodium, 26.1% of your daily intake of fat, 45% of your daily intake of saturated fat, and 27% of your daily calories. Compare the chicken sandwich of school lunches to al la carte: There is 460 mg of sodium in school lunches and 735 mg in al la carte. There is 1.5 times the vitamin A and twice the iron in school lunches. Sodium is scientifically proven to cause high blood pressure, elevated risk of heart disease, and kidney damage. Those little brownies from al la carte have 12 g of fat. Compare that to the school ones with 2.5 g. All these facts are proof to why junk food should be banned in schools.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
7 points

junk food is not good for children and older people .some chips contain plastic in them which are bad for thier health

2 years ago | Side: Yes
7 points

Junk food should be banned because it causes a lack of concerntation and obese/overweight kids. Schools don't wont complaints from parents about their kids failing or becoming overweight. It may earn you money but healthy foods can too, just as much as junk food. And anyway money can't bring you happiness or buy you happiness unless you are poor, then it can bring a little hapiness. And by the way junk food can be food poisning. NO OF YOU PROBABLY HAVE NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT! SO there, join me and say junk food should be banned in schools.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
6 points

Selling junk food at school is good for the school because the school gets the money. It is bad for the students who buy the junk food. The kids who eat the junk food are ruining their bodies. It is a bad thing to do. Schools charge more for the junk food than it costs in a store. Schools try to feed you healthy things but they continue to sell junk food.

1 year ago | Side: Yes
3 points

WOULD YOU WANT TO BE A FATTY!

WELL THIS CAN CAUSE SOME PEOPLE TO DIE AT A EARLY AGE AND HEART ATTACKS!

1 year ago | Side: Yes
3 points

Good morning/afternoon fellow students and teachers. I am here standing before you today to argue my point about an extremely important subject in our young lives. Should canteens ban junk food? In my opinion, they should for the following 100% true reasons. First, I am sure parents would feel much more comfortable knowing we are eating a nutritious lunch instead of a salty, sugary, fatty, buttery one. A vital reason to eat healthy food is for our fitness. It helps when we want to be fit, to have wholesome food to eat during the day to restore any lost energy. Yes, sugar is an energy source but it doesn’t last long, nor provide the nutrients and vitamins our

bodies need. You might be thinking, if it such a big deal about unwholesome canteens, why don’t the parents just make the lunch for us? Well, most could. But some don’t have the time or the money to do so. So they need their child to buy lunch at the canteen. Another reason why junk food should be banned from school canteens is because today, in the world, there are increased cases of diabetes, obesity and heart conditions in children around the world. Did you know that 300,000 people die of obesity related health problems a year? That’s SCARY! Think about it. Eating junk food at school every day is just adding that to our bodies, decreasing our health, fitness and wellbeing and slowly killing us. We are also becoming more at risk to having heart attacks or strokes at a young age. It is a

terrifying fact to know that heart surgeons are now operating on 18 and 19 year olds who have already had one or two previous heart attacks. My point is, and I do have one, if we eat these foods almost every day, we might end up like that. It is enough to make me sick to think that most of the foods canteens sell are jam packed full of sugar, salt, additives and preservatives. They are not, however, full of vitamins and minerals in which are in beneficial foods like fruit, vegetables, dairy, etc. We need these to have a thriving brain and body. The school is selling these things, don’t forget yet they are the ones PROMOTING GOOD HEALTH. We should ban food being bought at the canteen of the morning unless it is a lunch order or fruit of some sort. That way, we won’t have children eating jelly, popcorn

and chips before nine o’clock.

1 year ago | Side: Yes
1 point

it is unhealthy and have low nutritional value. It is being blamed for the increase obesity . Based on the statistics from the Health Foundation it has shows that most of the snack foods such as chips, soft drinks, hamburgers, instant noodles, and cookies are categorized under foods that have low nutritional values.

347 days ago | Side: Yes
1 point

It should be banned in schools, not only in Australia but all around the world. I said yes because junk food have chemicals in it, it has high levels of salt, sugar and oil and it is low in nutrition.

88 days ago | Side: Yes

So, now we want the government to tell us how to eat too. First, it was cigarettes, then alcohol, and now food.

4 years ago | Side: No
8 points

I believe it should not be banned. For one thing they will try to smuggle it in and that's not a good thing either. Second of all, it's not going to solve child obeisity because they will just turn around and eat it at home. We should try and teach them better eating habits. Which brings me to my next point. When schools are teaching these things, they should try and make it more interesting. I think most schools are still on the food pyramid and such which in my opinion is boring. Kids don't want to listen to that kind of thing. Also, they can try things like you have to buy one healthy thing before they buy a junk food. And my last point, schools should try and make the healthy things taste better. There are some schools with awful food which makes the kids want to buy junk food. Therefore junk food should not be banned in schools. Instead find interesting alternatives to teach healthy eating habits.

3 years ago | Side: No
eorde(13) Disputed
8 points

When was the last time you smuggled junkfood FAIL

An article in The Lancet, the worlds leading medical journal, found the likelihood for a child to be obese increases 1.6 times every time he/she drinks a bottle of sugar sweetened drink. Many schools in America do serve sugar-sweetened drinks even though they know the health risks. For example, the PowerAde our school serves has 21.5 g of sugar per bottle.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt states, “It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But, above all, try something.” This means we should try banning junk food in schools. If it does not show positive results, admit it and revert to the old method, but we must try something to stop obesity.

A 2001 surgeon general’s report found that over 14% of Americans are obese and over 5% of children age 6-19 are obese. In addition, 300,000 people die per year from obesity related diseases. However, the CDC reports in 2008 33.9% of Americans were obese and 37.7% of children were obese. Also 365,000 now die per year from obesity related diseases. You can see how much these numbers have jumped.

Studies show that eating sugary foods cause children to be less able to focus in class. Junk food also causes tooth decay and vitamin deficiencies.

Studies show that a modest school based program, teaching children not to drink soda succeeded in reducing the number of obese students compared to the control group. This is a big step towards the ban of junk food seeing it is not only unhealthy to your body, but also to your teeth. Sugared sodas are nearly as corrosive to dental enamel as battery acid. Soda’s acids are proven to reduce 5% of a tooth’s weight by corroding the enamel.

A study from University of Nebraska-Lincoln finds banning all junk food from a la carte lines would result in 18% reduction of overweight and obese students. Not only weight gain occurs by serving junk food in lunches, but also poor eating habits are developed and lead to a lifetime of real health consequences. Therefore, you would not just be ruining your health as a kid, but the rest of your life as well.

School lunches must meet federal nutrition standards whereas snack carts do not. This means you are getting your daily proteins and nutrients needed to sustain a healthy life from hot lunches. According to the NHCS webpage: Al la carte pizzas contain 50.4% of your daily intake of sodium, 26.1% of your daily intake of fat, 45% of your daily intake of saturated fat, and 27% of your daily calories. Compare the chicken sandwich of school lunches to al la carte: There is 460 mg of sodium in school lunches and 735 mg in al la carte. There is 1.5 times the vitamin A and twice the iron in school lunches. Sodium is scientifically proven to cause high blood pressure, elevated risk of heart disease, and kidney damage. Those little brownies from al la carte have 12 g of fat. Compare that to the school ones with 2.5 g. All these facts are proof to why junk food should be banned in schools.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
epiccoolchen(24) Clarified
5 points

um.... isnt this suppose to be on the other side...?.....? isnt this the one about how junk food should not be banned?......? errrrrr isnt it????????????????????

2 years ago | Side: Yes
4 points

i compleatly agrea with you. schools should be focused on teaching kids how to eat better instead of thinking how they can FORCE kids to eat better.

1 year ago | Side: No
6 points

Junk foods are not bad for itself. If you control yourself to only eat portion, I think it'll be okay to sell at school.

3 years ago | Side: No
6 points

i dnt think there is any need to bann it....it is all fine if students get some new taste .......why it shud be banned???student only spend few hours in school and if they have it then there is no big deal........

3 years ago | Side: yes
eorde(13) Disputed
8 points

An article in The Lancet, the worlds leading medical journal, found the likelihood for a child to be obese increases 1.6 times every time he/she drinks a bottle of sugar sweetened drink. Many schools in America do serve sugar-sweetened drinks even though they know the health risks. For example, the PowerAde our school serves has 21.5 g of sugar per bottle.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt states, “It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But, above all, try something.” This means we should try banning junk food in schools. If it does not show positive results, admit it and revert to the old method, but we must try something to stop obesity.

A 2001 surgeon general’s report found that over 14% of Americans are obese and over 5% of children age 6-19 are obese. In addition, 300,000 people die per year from obesity related diseases. However, the CDC reports in 2008 33.9% of Americans were obese and 37.7% of children were obese. Also 365,000 now die per year from obesity related diseases. You can see how much these numbers have jumped.

Studies show that eating sugary foods cause children to be less able to focus in class. Junk food also causes tooth decay and vitamin deficiencies.

Studies show that a modest school based program, teaching children not to drink soda succeeded in reducing the number of obese students compared to the control group. This is a big step towards the ban of junk food seeing it is not only unhealthy to your body, but also to your teeth. Sugared sodas are nearly as corrosive to dental enamel as battery acid. Soda’s acids are proven to reduce 5% of a tooth’s weight by corroding the enamel.

A study from University of Nebraska-Lincoln finds banning all junk food from a la carte lines would result in 18% reduction of overweight and obese students. Not only weight gain occurs by serving junk food in lunches, but also poor eating habits are developed and lead to a lifetime of real health consequences. Therefore, you would not just be ruining your health as a kid, but the rest of your life as well.

School lunches must meet federal nutrition standards whereas snack carts do not. This means you are getting your daily proteins and nutrients needed to sustain a healthy life from hot lunches. According to the NHCS webpage: Al la carte pizzas contain 50.4% of your daily intake of sodium, 26.1% of your daily intake of fat, 45% of your daily intake of saturated fat, and 27% of your daily calories. Compare the chicken sandwich of school lunches to al la carte: There is 460 mg of sodium in school lunches and 735 mg in al la carte. There is 1.5 times the vitamin A and twice the iron in school lunches. Sodium is scientifically proven to cause high blood pressure, elevated risk of heart disease, and kidney damage. Those little brownies from al la carte have 12 g of fat. Compare that to the school ones with 2.5 g. All these facts are proof to why junk food should be banned in schools.

2 years ago | Side: Yes
epiccoolchen(24) Disputed
6 points

could you stop copying and pasting the same thing?.... it kinda gets a bit annoying ive seen this article three times already. Everytime on different times

2 years ago | Side: No
tatoo(3) Disputed
7 points

i don't think there is any need to ban it....it is all fine if students get some new taste .......why it should be banned???student only spend few hours in school and if they have it then there is no big deal........

1 year ago | Side: Yes
6 points

No, junk food should NOT be banned in school cafeterias.

Firstly, banning junk food can result in binging later on. Every human nature wants more, when things are taken away from them. Taking away junk food from children will be ENCOURAGING them to want more junk food than they would have desired before. Then, without noticing, school WILL be encouraging the children to want more. People say that junk food is the leading cause of childhood’s obesity. However, wouldn’t banning junk food become the new leading cause because the children will desire it more? It’s like cigarettes. Just because some places are banned for smoking, do you think that they WILL NOT smoke out of that area? It stops nothing. In fact, it encourages more of it.

Secondly, schools should educate children about healthy choice and encourage them to participate to physical activities. Banning junk food does NOT teach children HOW to make good and healthy choices. Just simply taking junk food away does not teach the children anything. It just simply takes away the CHOICE of having junk food. Are schools not meant to teach the children HOW to make the right choices, not FORCE them not to have any junk food? Instead of forcing the children, would it not be a smarter idea to educate and inform them about junk food and encourage them to do more sports?

Junk food should not be banned, because if they are banned, it will encourage the children to desire more of it, and will not teach the children anything. I hope I have convinced everyone and once again, junk food should not be banned in school cafeterias.

2 years ago | Side: No
6 points

Fibre

There is absolutely no doubt that fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals and all things good, and that they also contain fibre, which prevents constipation and other gastric problems. But too much fibre (for instance, when you eat platefuls of raw green leafy vegetables or salads like radishes day in and out) can mess things up – big time.

Excess fibre often causes bloating, abdominal cramps and gas right away. In the long term, it can interfere with the absorption of minerals like iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus, causing some serious deficiencies.

“Plus, each individual food you overdose on has its own set of problems,” says Dr Manjinder Sandhu, head of cardiology at Artemis Health Institute, Gurgaon. “For example, eating large amounts of carrots or papaya will not necessarily result in greater benefits for you. Though the body converts the beta-carotene into vitamin A, it absorbs only the amount it needs, leaving the rest to stay in the system. Over time, this turns the palms of your hands and soles of your feet a yellow or yellowish-orange, a condition called carotenemia.”

Carotenemia can also occur when you drink too much carrot juice or over-eat other foods high in beta-carotene, such as sweet potatoes, squash, spinach and broccoli. The condition, fortunately, is harmless and can be sorted out simply by staying away from vitamin A-rich foods for a while.

“Papaya also has a digestive enzyme called papain which has beneficial effects in moderation, but over-consumption can cause stomach discomfort, coughs, colds and wheezing,” says Dr Arpit Jain, senior consultant, department of internal medicine, Artemis Health Institute. “Papaya, orange and kiwi are rich sources of vitamin C, very high consumption of which can cause headaches, vomiting, bladder irritation and occasionally, kidney stones too.”

Finally, too many apples may cause gas, bloating and diarrhoea because of high fibre and sorbitol, and oranges and tomatoes can cause stomach irritation due to their high acidic content, Dr Jain adds.

2 years ago | Side: No
6 points

Your tongue has a limited variety of taste receptors because sugar, salt, and fat were the flavors most important for human survival over the last few million years of evolution. Your tongue craves sweetness because it signals ripe fruit. You yearn for salt because it’s an essential compound for basic body function. You long for fat because it’s an extremely dense source of dietary energy. On the other side of things, sourness can alert you to spoiled food, and bitterness can warn you about poisonous substances. So there for the human craves this so called "junk" food

1 year ago | Side: No
5 points

No, those junk food companies give much needed money to schools.

4 years ago | Side: No

I think they should just exercise their body until they can't feel their numb body. LOL. No I mean it. At least students are working their asses until there dead, literally.

4 years ago | Side: No
Zombiecakes(13) Disputed
10 points

You know what, why don't you get your fat booty out and start exercising!>:D I saw all those twinkys in your purse.Lol. Also your mom as thunder thighs. Every time she walks an eathquake happens!:O And I live in China!:|

3 years ago | Side: yes
5 points

That is gonna be stupid because.. If they don't get it there. They will forced to get it somewhere else. And that wont lead to a nice end. Instead they should be counselled and a diet must be produced that they feel is working for them.

3 years ago | Side: No
5 points

NO.

It has also been proven that no one can force you to eat the junk food. True, some people do eat it as comfort food, but that's their choice you see. Child obesity may be higher than before, but its not all because of junk food. Children have lost the will to excersize. Wheres the fun? All you do is get hot, sweaty and tired. I'm sure some kids still enjoy excersize but those kids are few. Most kids would rather sit at home and play games where they shoot zombie people or run around collecting coins. Some kids eat to much junk food but, its our body! We don't tell you you can't smoke! We say you should not, but should not and YOU CAN'T are two totally different things. Gym periods, they may be short but from my experience, most schools give a rigorous workout in gym. Any kid who doesn't do well on school work or testing is because they don't understand the material or they just don't care. Junk food is bad for you in large quantities, but in the small amounts most people eat it in, it is not harmful.

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1 year ago | Side: No
5 points

Resolved. why banned junk food. 240 kids died from starving. 240(drag it)x2 Just think of it. If eaing junk food while playing games , you will be smarter at that game and just one second. They will gain expirience without even knowing it. its also healthy for the mine. its like taking candy from a baby , but in a good way. A honeybun will satisfy your sweet tooth. You choose.

1 year ago | Side: No
4 points

we can eat whatever we feel like and they aint gonna stop us wether they like it or not

2 years ago | Side: No
4 points

!I strongly believe that school should not ban junk . what they should do is get the teachers to teach their students to teach them how they can limit the amount of junk food they can eat or how much junk food is in the junk food. Also if kids want to be obese its their choice, i mean come on you can tell when you start to get a little over weight !! And just because you ban them at school it doesnt mean that they will stop the student , there it many stores out there that will have junk food and the parent may or may no but it for them. Depending of course on what kind of parent they are ! most parents dont think junk food is healthy bit it really is ! A little junk food every once in a while wont do any one no harm .

1 year ago | Side: No
4 points

i believe that junk food should be allowed in schools. i mean think about the schools main corses like the pizza they serve it is extremly greacy. not to mention the nachos that chease is not real chease it is all processed, and my school ocationaly serves EXTRA greacy waffles and/or pankakes. if they wan't to help kids make better choices they should find healthier substitutes for theoes foods

1 year ago | Side: No
4 points

schools should focus on their students education more than how they can make them eat better. just because they see a few kids out of the thousands of kids that can be in the school does not mean that they need a menu change. it should be up to the parents what their kids eat not the school districts.

1 year ago | Side: No
4 points

from my point of view the government is just trying to take more control of this nation students have the right to eat what they please so the gov. should butt out of this. let the parents decide what is best for THEIR kids not the government.

1 year ago | Side: No
4 points

parents should teach their kids that it is OK to eat junk food in moderation and have at least an hour of exercise daily. junk food can part of a healthy diet

1 year ago | Side: No
4 points

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1 year ago | Side: No
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1 year ago | Side: Yes
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1 year ago | Side: Yes
3 points

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1 year ago | Side: No
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3 points

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1 year ago | Side: Yes
2 points

i don't like how school administrators are making such a big deal about the way students eat instead of doing their job and focusing on how to better our education

1 year ago | Side: No
2 points

Junk-food shouldn't be banned in school canteens. I know, that kids can get fat and obese/overweight, but it is their choice to eat fattish foods if they want to.

1 year ago | Side: No
2 points

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1 year ago | Side: No
Cuaroc(5345) Disputed
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good job I believe you have mastered the word spam.

1 year ago | Side: Yes
1 point

The people who are in the no side, junk food can make you gain weight and u can die earlier in ur life. Just saying.

87 days ago | Side: No
0 points

if schools want to make sure that students are eating right then just stop whith the extrreamly greacy crap like the pizza i had for lunch today was EXTREAMLY greacy and i don't need the greace they need to find a better way to prepare our lunches.

1 year ago | Side: No
0 points

After i did some reaserch i found out that prizon food is healthier that the food that they serve at schools. i don't like knowing that a guy who is in prizon for murder is given food that is better than the food that is given to someone who has done nothing wrong and is working hard in school so they can be sucessful. that is just plain wrong.

1 year ago | Side: No


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