Also if you have a shorter lunch then you 're most likely to eat something fast like fast food or very quick unhealthy food. The national poll says that 3 out 5 kids feel rushed and 95% of those kids said that they would rather pick the fast unhealthy then a health meal. In summary, to improves efficiency in class, improves students moods, and improves students’ chances of not becoming obese we need to have 45-60 minute lunches. So that the 85 out of 100 student being rushed we become lower number and more student will get the food they need. Don’t you think that students deserve it and would be better in
There are plenty of bad side effects that can happen when eating “bad” school foods. Some effects include poor brain function, poor sleep, mood problems and many more that correlates with eating non-healthy foods. In an article I’ve read it said, The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System did a study and nearly fourteen percent of High School students are obese and sixteen percent were overweight. In the book called, Fed Up With Lunch, a school teacher forgot her lunch from home so she went and grabbed cafeteria food. Later on she was sickened by the food she and her students have received.
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.
This study compares the food and nutrient intake from children eating school lunches with children eating packed lunches. The results were that children that took a packed lunch were consuming double the amount of sugar and 50% more sodium and saturated fat than children who ate school lunches. Packed lunches did provide more calcium, iron, and fruit for the children that school lunches. This scholarly source was written by three authors. They are qualified to write about this topic and complete the study.
The purpose or reason why I chose to discuss this topic is because students want a better lunch than school lunch. I am a credible speaker because of how this issue affects me. This issue affects me because my school has been giving out expired yogurt and milk that can get me sick. Kids should be able to have off campus lunch. Today I will be talking about why kids want better lunch, kids that are tired of the same lunch, and kids who can't drink milk while their eating lunch.
When he came for his first meal he came for another, and another, and also another meal. He said “That the food is addictive like cigarettes.” I believe that there is no tobacco in a Big Mac.So, you know how there are 365 day in an average normal year, well Caesar goes to a fast food restaurant 4-5 times a week. So he spends an average amount of 1,825$ a year, going to a Fast Food restaurant. Does he know how bad it is for your heart, did you learn your lesson from the heart attack? Apparently not, because he only has the time to see the there is only 100% beef in the foods that he
The documentary “Supersize Me” is illustrated by the results of medical assistance and analysis done by professional doctors. Spurlock visits several doctors that will help him maintain healthy and on task during the produce of the challenge he is taking on, he gets his cholesterol checked, as well as his weight, blood pressure, sugar, liver function and the fat he has throughout his body. The tests and analysis done kept worsening more and more as time proceeded. It resulted that throughout the thirty day experiment of eating nothing but mcdonald's meals he gained twenty-four and a half pounds. This documentary is fulfilled with logic, from the increasement of his weight and the worsening of his health to the amount of money people spend daily on junk food from different fast food restaurants.
3.5 Describe the Issue American culture is twisted together with (being very overweight) is caused by fast foods, soda pop, to extra large pop , all you can eat buffets and overly large meals , too much sugar in diets , children and young adults being less inactive do over playing video games, surfing on the Internet.This (written opinion) will discuss Jamie Oliver's effects on Huntington, West Virgina.yes he was successful but after a lot of hard work. he taught people how to cook fast and healthy meals. he changed the school's menus to healthy fresh food. he convinced a whole family who both parents have (disease where blood sugar swings wildly) to change their eating habit for their son who's We need 3 points of view: Jamie Oliver
“Here there are dozens, hundreds, all jammed in together, cheek by jowl, especially in the dizzying cities.”(Jen 354). The first meal my dad had, when he stepped off that plane was a big mac from McDonalds. He was instantly amazed when he had his first American meal, in Vietnam all he ate was rice. Growing up in Vietnam my father had rice for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Every single meal was the same as yesterday, last week and last month.