The government may have cut down on the obesity mass around the world, but some people go home hungry because they only get provided the school lunches. But, some people are starving because the low cut down. Some people would rather be fat than to be starved to death. People need their food to fulfill their daily body needs such as calorie count above 1,500. Also, a good source is a protein to keep their body running.
Intro Name:Jayson lostaunau in the article pro/con:Are our school lunches healthy enough by McClatchy-tribute news service the genera is real problems.The article is about the first lady's choice in making school lunches healthier.the thesis is we could have healthy lunch but we could have something else that is not so healthy but can keep us eating lunch,because if the lunch is nasty then we won't eat and get sick from not eating.If we have something that we like then we won't get sick. TAG Brief Summary b Thesis(Reason 1, reason 2, reason 3) Body Paragraph 1 Name:Esmeralda Prieto In the article,it says that lunches are not healthy enough and that they need more healthy food in them.This shows that they want to put really healthy food but,really little of it.They need to put healthy and a little of unhealthy food to be full.Also sometimes when they cook the food it’s not always good or not fully cooked.In conclusion,they shouldn’t do the healthy food because nobody is going to want to eat it. Transition and topic sentence(stating reason 1) CD CM CM Concluding sentence Body Paragraph 2 Name: Tiffany Ramirez In the article “PRO/CON: Are our school lunches
So if you have a scheduled weight training, sprints or practice, you'll need a lot of carbohydrates. But on light or off-days, you require fewer carbs. You won't use the extra fuel and it may be stored as fat. Stay away from simple carbohydrates throughout the day (e.g., candy, sugary drinks and white bread). Stick to complex carbohydrates (e.g., oatmeal, sweet potatoes, fruits, vegetables and legumes) 45 to 90 minutes prior to a demanding workout, consume a small amount of complex, slow digesting carbohydrates.
I felt like Rachel felt comfortable discussing her problems with me but I could have done a better job at getting to know her a little more. The strengths that I felt I showed during this session was showing empathy about her not being able to just up and change her lifestyle overnight., especially since she is still young and living life. Another strength I showed was understanding and non judgemental when she talked about her family not wanting to go to the restaurants she chooses that have a better healthy selection for her to pick
Growing up in the 90s I was known as a latchkey kid. I can divide my childhood into two categories of first being a latchkey kid and then a participant of the After School Education and Safety program at my elementary school. I was not provided with healthy and nutritious food options as a latchkey kid because my older sisters were often responsible for meals and my nutrition. This usually consisted of microwavable meals or ready to eat snacks. Living in a Mexican household, when meals were cooked for the family they usually contained tons of tortillas, rice, beans, cheese and meat.
Sure many people such as Michelle Obama have tried to reform the school lunch menu, but the schools don’t seem to follow the regulations posted. The quality and nutrition of lunch at Lawton Community Schools, and many other schools, needs to be improved. With recent changes been made to the nutritional standards in school lunches, it seems that schools are increasing nutrition, but decreasing quality. “A recent USA Today investigation found that the nation’s largest fast-food chains have higher quality and safety standards for the meat … than what the U.S. Department of Agriculture has for the meat used for the National School Lunch Program...” (Buffenbarger). The food we serve our kids across the country has regulations, but all in the wrong places.
Fast Food Items in Schools Some students hate lunch food and they would rather have some McDonalds or some Chick-Fil-A. Schools should offer fast food because students would actually eat well at lunch, students will learn how to be responsible, and the school will make money for selling the fast food. First, students would actually eat the food and not starve themselves because the food at lunch tastes really nasty. For example, in a school called the Holub Middle School, they serve “fried chicken” but once the students bite into the chicken, they get a mouth full of something else. The chicken is not even fried, the school receives its frozen and they just put it in the oven.
I learned that I was not getting the proper mix of healthy vegetables. I am bad about not eating enough proteins and mix of vegetables to get all the vitamins I need. When I started college I was having a hard time eating a balanced diet because of the lack of variety being offered. As the weeks progressed the food began to get healthier and I was able to learn how to balance my meals better. The lectures that had the most impact on me where the movie, Fathead and the one on birth control.
Gone are the days when I would be eating fast food on a frequent basis. These days, I have a healthy salad for lunch and try to avoid anything too greasy after work. I believe gardening would have similar impacts on anyone else who has had an unhealthy lifestyle. Gardening is a great way to teach kids about responsibility. Kids learn that they must take care of their seeds each day for them to become healthy plants.
Sometimes my friends would choose to go eat at fast food restaurants, such as In-N-Out or Wingstops and I would have to control myself on how many times I go out and eat with them on a weekly basis. I also tend to buy food when I am alone because I don’t have groceries to make food at home and there are some days where I would I get lazy and not want to make food or clean afterwards. Therefore, one major way I can overcome these problem is to meal prep lunch and dinner meals for the week. This way, when I go to school, I will have a lunch prep, so I don’t need to buy food and when I my friends asks me to go out and eat, I will have to decline because I will have food for me to
The first food diary had a lot of salads as main meals while the current food diary reflects the cooler temps with soups, squashes, and meats. In both I eat a lot of veggies so that has not changed. I do try and eat according to the seasons which I believe is healthier so I am not overdoing one food group. The one change I will be implementing is giving up coffee and switching back to matcha tea. Some articles say that coffee has health benefits but for me I think it is hard on my adrenals.
That specific meal (if we can call it a meal) is a cold lunch. In addition, the lunch is consisted of one ham and cheese sandwich, an apple and a milk. It comes in a brown paper bag and we all know that the child eating that type of lunch, certainly cannot afford to buy a meal from school. I worked for the school district for many years and saw those types of issues every day. Of course I was always the one to dig money out of my pocket, and buy those children hot lunches.
The Sub Connection is decent, but it’s doesn’t even compare to Subway. They only give you a six inch sub with your meal plan swipe. If you want a foot-long sandwich you have to pay for the second half. Most athletes at Limestone College need more than a six inch sandwich and a bag of chips to count as one meal.