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.
Obesity in children is becoming more and more common as the food in schools change. In order for a child to make it through the day, they must have sufficient nutrients from school meals. As well as for a child to build healthy eating habits, they must start eating healthy at a young age. The best part of a school lunch is undoubtedly the pack of Pop-Tarts or donuts, but in the long run, that delicious junk food is really the biggest thing holding students back from achieving their dreams. If schools make the switch to healthier food, they are likely to see themselves, and, most importantly, the students benefit
Obesity in children is becoming more and more common as the food in schools change. In order for a child to make it through the day, they must have sufficient nutrients from school meals. In order for a child to build healthy eating habits, they must start eating healthy at a young age. The best part of a school lunch is undoubtedly the pack of Pop-Tarts or donuts, but, all things considered, that delicious junk food is really the biggest thing holding students back from achieving their dreams. If schools make the switch to healthier food, they are likely to see themselves, and, most importantly, the students benefit
Continue to read on to see why eating healthy is so important. Ironically, however, Because life is much faster paced than it was twenty years ago, we spend less time choosing, preparing, and eating food. We grab breakfast (if we eat it at all), hurry through lunch, and rarely take time to plan and prepare a well-balanced dinner. Everyone in the family is usually on different schedules, we often rely on prepackaged microwave dinners or take out fast food. “Consequently, many of us don’t eat properly; we spend money on expensive vitamins to make up for poor nutrition: starve ourselves to lose weight, or gain extra weight by filling up on empty calories.
According to an American study in (1970) they spent $6 billion on unhealthy food. There are many people waste the money on fast food without controlling themselves. Its will effected on children and especially the teenagers. People spend money on fast food without thinking of spending it on something better like charity. Because people choose junk food restaurant to save time instead of cooking at home.
As human beings, we do what we think is right for us even though it is not. A research conducted had stated that almost 90 percent of human beings eat what they see on television. (Johnson,2016) What is said is true because most human beings tend to not think before doing any action, so if every person is eating what they see on television then everyone will be obese and die at young age. A story written by a mother of a young girl saying that her first asked for Hardees was after watching an commercial for it when we were in the car and passed by it. After that she asked for it everyday, but she would not allow her to eat it every single day.
One aspect to keep in mind is low-calorie diets are often not sustainable. Most people go right back to their old eating habits. You are likely to fail at keeping off any weight that is lost if you do not use the right approach. This best option is to use high-rated commercial weight loss programs or prepare meals at home. However, any meals a person prepares at home requires using recipes for low-fat and low-calorie meals.
He spoke with French lady who insinuated that the chips in McDonald’s are much smaller portion in France than in USA. Morgan showed long shots of kids standing in the line just to get chips or pizza or eating only junk food and drinking lots of drink that contains a lot of sugar. He made a point about one school in Appleton where most kids have some behavioral problems and where the school introduce new program to have no sugar and no process foods. They serve fresh fruits and veggies and prepare the food and bake instead of fry. They also have no candy and soda machine.
Adding a few more foods to my diet would help with this aspect. I’m also going to start meal prepping once a week so that I can just pull out a meal and get all the calories I need each day. This will also help because I do not have a lot of free time to cook. Another problem that I see with my calorie intake is what I am eating for breakfast. I usually do not eat breakfast because I am just not in the mood.
I'm scared my mom is getting sick. You know when someone gets sick around here there’s almost no chance of her getting cured. The worst thing is we can’t even go to the hospital for two reasons, we don’t have enough money and the hospital has so many disease she will probably catch some more while she’s in there. I thought after a few months I could get use to living and working here but I’m not abuse, the hours, the pay it all just sucks. Every day I wake up at 5am and then I eat breakfast with my mom and Dad and the Martinez’s.