Therefore, you can kiss late night drives to pick up a sixteen oz., goodbye. Our society is already distorted because of technology, banning big sodas because of obesity will make it even worse. We all know that society has this set picture that everyone needs to look like to presume to be appealing. For girls it’s the short, slim girl, Caucasian with athletic, blue eyes, and blonde hair. For guys it’s the tall, slim guy, Caucasian with brown eyes, brown hair, and athletic.
This will explain why chocolate milk should stay in schools. According to Nutrition in Disguise, chocolate milk only makes up 3% of a child's daily sugar intake. In addition, it has many nutrients such as Vitamin D, Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, potassium, phosphorus, riboflavin, and niacin. Also chocolate milk has less added sugar compared to other beverages that kids consume that aren't as nearly as healthy as chocolate milk The next reason is that there are many studies from the Dairy Council of California that indicate when schools get rid of chocolate milk, there is a big drop (35%) in the sale of any type of milk. While you would expect to see the sales of white milk go up once the chocolate milk was removed, two years later it still remained at a lower level.
But as we grow up, we were introduced to many types of milk and one of it is cow’s milk. We were told that drinking milk is good for our health and most of the human being love to drink milk, but there are also some people who just cannot drink and swallow the milk even a sip of it. Milk produced by cow is high in saturated fats, the most important cause of high cholesterol levels, according to the American Heart Association. Therefore, we should not drink cow’s milk as the cow’s milk may not good for our bones, causing heart disease and contributes to digestive problems. Firstly, milk is not good for bones as it depletes the calcium from our bones.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn should be banned from schools because it has bad language, alcoholism, violence, lying, and breaking the law. The novel’s protagonist is a young boy who causes a lot of trouble and sets a bad example for other students reading. If this novel continues to be taught at schools it could confuse the reader in knowing what is right and wrong in real
Banning books have pros and cons and can be seen either way. Some books are frequently banned in schools because they contain explicit content; however, some people argue that these very same books are worth reading because books were made to be read and teach us a lesson. Harry Potter has been banned in schools around the world because of the topic of witchcraft. J.K Rowling
Schools around the nation ban soda and candy from their campus while other schools allow their students to have candy and soda. Some schools say it’s too unhealthy for their students so they provide just the school food because it’s healthy and nutritious. Other schools do allow their students to drink soda and candy because their students often crave different things instead of just school food. Through my perspectives I say we should not ban soda and candy. I say we shouldn’t ban soda and candy because us students do crave it.
Several books have been banned because they are pro-communists. People don’t think that this topic should be allowed for their children to read in schools. But the champion among challenged or banned books is probably “Catcher in the Rye”: “obscene,” “blasphemous and undermines morality,” “centered around negative activity,” “anti-white,” “a filthy, filthy book” (What Are You Doing for Banned Books Week?). Catcher in the Rye has been banned multiple times just because of its’ profanity. It is considered a filthy book that consists of negative thoughts.
No Vending Machines in Schools According to the American Heart Association, “one in three American kids and teens is overweight and obese.” One of the top-most contributors to this is soft drinks and sugary sweets. Most kids can access these unhealthy foods anywhere they go! Even some schools offer these to children through vending machines. Therefore, vending machines should be banned from schools to help prevent obesity. Getting rid of these would have many positive outcomes.
- Limit added sugars. Naturally occurring sugars, such as those in fruit and milk, are not added sugars. Examples of added sugars include brown sugar, corn sweetener, corn syrup, honey and others. - Ready to drink cartons of juices or squash – as these are high in calories and are acidic, which causes tooth decay. - Foods that are made for adults, e.g.
Bottled Water Should be Banned In Schools Here at R. Roger Rowe, bottled water is becoming a big problem. Kids are too lazy to bring their reusable water bottle to school, and instead bringing a large quantity of bottled waters. The problem is that these plastic bottles are being dranken, and then left around the school. Then the janitors have to pick them up and dispose of them elsewhere. Of the kids that do dispose of them at school, most of them are throwing the bottles into the trash!
Sugary Drinks in Hendrix’s Cafeteria The World Health Organization has called for action against sugary drinks because of the rise in obesity. According to the news release “WHO urges global action to curtail consumption and health impacts of sugary drinks,” the World Health Organization reports that sugary drink consumption is the main reason for the rise of obesity. On Hendrix Campus, there are vending machines filled with sugary drinks in every dorm, in almost every academic building, and in the cafeteria. Because of the rise of obesity due to sugary drinks, they should be removed from the vending machines around Hendrix campus, but not the Hendrix Cafeteria. Most Hendrix residents consume one to two sugary drinks every day outside the Caf.
Usually the main culprits of a banned book are religious parents who see this book as defying their beliefs, offensive, or are only suitable to a select age group. Many of these books are biographies, beloved children’s books and even some of these books have been and still are promoted and used in schools. One of these banned books is very popular in school although it’s an edited version rather than the original. The Dairy of Ann Frank, a parent in Michigan pushed this book to be banned due to the fact of the young girl questioning her anatomy, saying it’s pornographic and shouldn’t be suitable to young middle schoolers. One of the three most intriguing books that are widely known to be used in many primary and secondary
Sceintists say that it will cause problems. People who only eat products that contains sugar have a higher risk of getting heart diseases, diabetes or another sugar related disease. And it is very difficult to eat no sugar. First of all because almost all the food in the supermarket contains sugar. Secondly, because sugar can be really addictive.
This person may actually give it a try until the discovery that the meals aren 't healthy at all. After discovering ingredients from the Weight Watchers meals like brown sugar and carob chips, one would definitely be taken aback to have found about their fat, sugar and calorie content. Notwithstanding, the Weight Watchers calculator is purely based on estimates. No wonder! The Weight Watchers program is truly destined to fail.
Of Mice and Men Some people think the book, Of Mice and Men, should be banned in public schools, I think the book should be because of the language and the racial comments. The reason the book might have been banned was because of the severity of bad language. On page four, “So you forgot that awready, did you? I gotta tell you again, do I? Jesus Christ, you’re a crazy bastard!” On page 20, “The boss gives him hell when he’s mad but eh stable buck don’t give a damn about that.” The reason the book might have been banned was because of racial comments.