Even though it might be expensive to switch to healthier food, junk food should not be allowed in schools. Childhood obesity is becoming more prevalent partly due to the food children are feed in schools, school food is what what fuels children in order to get through their day, and healthy eating habits start early on. Obesity is becoming more prevalent
(WhatsForlunchNyc.com, 1) Researchers have found that another reason why school lunches effect children is because the school lunches don’t provide enough nutrients. (Dr.Axe.1) many companies are contributing to this crisis they might not think so but they are the ones that deliver the food to the school for the kids. A lot of people also fail to realize that a la cart also plays a major
Groceries stores are constantly throwing out food that looks bad, or have passed the expiration date. But most of the time expiration dates aren’t very accurate. Then grocery retailers end up throwing away food that is perfectly fine. 10 million tons of food is lost yearly because farmers throw away crops that have imperfections or don’t look good. But farmers really don’t have a choice in the matter, the picky consumers of today force farmers to conform.
Because people choose junk food restaurant to save time instead of cooking at home. According to an American study, they spend more than ($1,200) on junk food each year, research has shown. Some people did not look at what they spend their money on, they spend it all on unhealthy junk food. Also, they order a lot more than they need and it becomes extra for them, so they just waste money on food. From this it becomes quite evident that many people spend their money on food that can caused by loss of healthy
Cafeteria food in schools is made to be healthy for students, but is it really healthy for students if they think it is foul and do not want to eat it? Should schools change the healthy foods to foods that students would actually want to eat? School food’s job is to be healthy and tasty to get the students through their day, but sadly school lunches tend to miss the mark on both accounts. Public schools rely on money from the government to supply food to their students, but due to several cutbacks the thing served in the cafeteria is hardly food at all. We all know the stereotypical school food mystery meat Monday or a slab of grey mush and sadly that is not too far from what it is in reality.
The aid agency “Save the children” says that there is enough food in the world to feed every child, but despite that, 2.3 million children die due to hunger every year. There is also an unnecessary waste of energy, fertilizers, land and water resources that were used in the production of food that end up as waste. But there is a positive message here. We can meet the growing population and demand of food, by reducing the waste. By reducing the waste, we would avoid cutting down more forests and planting crops.
Extended Education Most students and teachers will cringe when hearing the term “year round schooling.” Before cringing and criticizing; students, teachers, and parents/guardians should know exactly what year round schooling is and how it will benefit not only the students but also the teachers. School will still be in session the normal 180 days. The big difference is the new schedule. The year round school calendar will provide students and teachers with more frequent breaks but will not give the traditional ten full months of summer vacation. Studies show that students are more likely to attend school when there is a break coming around the corner.
Is having junk food in school really such a bad idea? Does it obtain a value that some schools lack? Junk food was provided in school, before the health program came into place, banning it from schools around the country. It was proudly served and allowed in school, and also sold for many school fundraisers. Although some people might say that junk food can be unhealthy, schools should allow, or serve, some junk food because it will make the kids want to eat school lunches more, it will bring in more money to the school, and it will give the students the calories that they need.
Fast food is quickly becoming America 's cigarette, causing more death related diseases than a packet of smokes. Take a look at the food you’re eating and what does it do to your body. ' “Parents are working more than ever before, and unable to monitor what kids are eating at home, schools are selling astronomical amounts of junk food in order to supplement shrinking budgets. It 's a ticking time bomb, and America 's children are exploding”. Food business has been one of the successful economic fields in United States.
What the education system in DRC is the parents have to pay the school fees for their own children. The rate of schooling is 52% and the general illiteracy rate in 2004 was very high, which is 33.2% and the women illiteracy rate was even greater than that at 43.3%. The primary schooling has diminished due to the isolation of the regions, the limited number of parents paying the school fees, the lack of infrastructure and school materials and the poor quality of instruction. (Fall, 2007) Over the last two years the government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has increased the proportion of national budget from 6.5 percent to 13.8 percent, which is doubled and going to education. Such a greater shift in national priorities indicates that the government is moving education up the ladder of importance.