Super Size Me is a documentary about and directed by the filmmaker Morgan Spurlock. He wanted to make a documentary that was not just informative, but also entertaining. The aim of the film was to show the effects that fast food has on your body and your health. Spurlock wanted to prove that fast food played a big part in the increasing problem of obesity in America. He took part in an experiment on himself where he went on a strict diet consuming of nothing but fast food.
Every day millions of kids pull out their brown bags and lunch bags and sit down with friends at their lunch table. Some kids though, either can 't afford it or just don 't buy it. So the school comes to the rescue with all sorts of, not really tasty foods. Parents can appreciate their efforts but, forcing kids to eat their not-so-tasty food or just sit through lunch with no food is not fair! The program providing school lunches is so kids would have a healthy meal that they really love.
They want students to eat healthy but at the same time eat what they like. when students go off campus researchers say they gain more weight then when they eat the food they like at school, healthy or not. If it’s not the healthiest food in the world then the lunches service can put less on the kids plate. Kids will eat more at school if the school sells what the kids like. FInally the school noticed it and finally started selly stir-fry stations.
As an experiment to see if these girl’s claim had any merit, Spurlock was determined to only consume food from McDonalds for thirty days and see if there was any correlation between eating fast food and declining of health. During this documentary, viewers witness the drastic changes
Crunch! That was the sound of my tooth breaking from biting into a chocolate chip cookie. If you don 't want this to happen to you your probably not going to want to eat school lunch in the U.S. Most kids in the U.S. don 't like school lunches, but some kids have to eat school lunch. Some kids rely on school lunch as their only food for the day.
homemade lunches. Lunches from home were compared to lunches at school and 38.2 percent were from schools lunches and that percentage was for the kids that were more likely to be overweight and obese. (WebMD) reported that found out that when kids eat they eat at school they eat only two servings of vegetables a day. One third of the kids in America are obese or overweight that means kids are in more danger of experiencing high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes and as they get older it may get worse if they continue to eat the way they eat. (Michael Barrett) made a valid point when he said that kids should not pack their lunch by their self because nobody is there to stop them.
Thus, substantiates that the two young girls in the attending lawsuit have a viable claim. Spurlock’s fast-food experiment includes the following rules: Spurlock must eat at McDonald’s three times a day for 30 days, finish all meals, try everything on the menu, super size when offered, and limit exercise to
It does not help with grades. When all children 's time after school is devoted to homework children start to not pay attention to there work and just getting it down on paper so they can go and play. It makes children hate school and be in a mindset not to learn. Young children need free time to unwind from the day and if a parent tries to get that child under control to do their homework it will take more time to finally get them to do there work
Children should be stress free in their early years of school right? Well, they aren’t. Extra assignments given to children, particularly younger school going children, can lead to unhealthy levels of stress, according to research (1). When children that are young recieve homework for the first time, they don’t know what to expect and stress a lot. According to researchers, from every level of education (Kindergarten to College) kids are getting enormous amounts of homework.
However enforcing the habits of eating healthy at school they would then go home and take their “knowledge” with them. There for being obese and unhealthy has a ton of downfalls and putting your life in danger is not worth it. Kids will suffer then as an adult they will suffer as