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Should Junk food be banned from schools
Transcript of Should Junk food be banned from schools
Some Cons say By banning junk food you're just making kids more sneaky, because nobody's going to give up junk food. I mean what are they going to do, check everyone's lunch everyday to make sure it's all healthy food? That would consume so alot of time, why don't you just cut it down and let the kids eat what they want at lunch.
Some pros say Poor eating habits developed at an early age lead to a lifetime of real health consequences. School is where children spend most of their time, and it is where we lay the foundation for healthy habits. That's why New Jersey is the first state to adopt a comprehensive school nutrition policy that bans candy, soda, and other junk food.
My view point
I have had junk food at john adams middle school. They served soda,candy and much more. I don't likejunk food more than the health lunch food. I do think schools should ban junk food. Its bad for children around and outside of america. Kids are getting fatter and fatter each day. Some children don't know what a Vegetable is.
Pros and cons
By : Darnell Stroye
Should Junk food be banned from schools ?
Since 1980 public schools have served junk foods and made junk food avaliable to students. Researchers and public healths officials say that the rapid rise in weight problems among children eating junk foods from school lunches.