When it comes to the topic of sugar most of us would agree that it impacted the world. Where this agreement ends ,however, is on the question of whether good or bad. Whereas some are convinced that it was a negative change, others maintain that it was a positive change. However sugar affected the world in a negative way by causing slavery, poor work condition, inequality, and low wages.
Should candy and soda be banned from schools? I believe that candy and soda should not be banned from because sometimes in the middle of class you start getting bored and tired and need a source of energy and soda and candy is where some people get their energy to pay attention in class. Although soda and candy are very unhealthy they can be monitored by having a vending machine it will leave students with the choice of only buying candy and soda when they need it the most. Teachers can also use candy as a reward when they get a answer right or if they just participate. I remember in 8th grade some of my teachers gave out candy when I got a answer right and in those classes I always participated because I wanted candy and in those classes
What if I told you that you couldn’t read your favorite book just because it was considered “inappropriate”? I believe that The Chocolate War should not be banned anywhere and all middle schoolers should be free to read it. I think so because middle schoolers are old enough to read it, it was written to be read by others so it shouldn’t be kept from people, and kids can learn valuable life lessons from it.
In the articles, "How Candy Conquered America" and "This Cupcake Is Trying To Hurt You" by Lauren Tarshis and Kristin Lewis, it explains how candy became so popular in America, but also how to conduct away from all the sugar. First of all, you can stay away from sugar by drinking more water than soda. This indicates that drinking more water might seem small, but when you replace water when you drink soda most of the time, you won't consume that much more sugar.
He went from selling taffies out of a street cart, to owning the prestigious Hershey Chocolate Company. After finding a way to use fresh milk for his candy, Hershey expanded his company and still met the high demands of the American public. Even though chocolate used to be a luxury only wealthy people could enjoy, Hershey made inexpensive candy so that everyone could purchase one of his chocolate bars (“Milton Hershey,” 1999) . Later on, in 1907, he revolutionized the candy world by inventing the Hershey Kiss. During WWII, Milton Hershey innovated and experimented to make the Field Ration D Bar.
Sugar Article The “Food Villain”, better know a sugar, causes heart disease, cancer, and strokes, which are the three leading causes of death. Yet natural sugars are not the cause of these life changing diseases; its artificial, man-made sugar. Robin Konie, author of “Its Sugar Bad? Why I Say No!” is more effective in persuading the audience to consider their health and nutrition.
Should Students be Allowed to Chew Gum in Schools? Have you ever felt that you are chewing your gum in front of people? In my opinion, I think chewing gum should not be allowed in schools. One reason, I think chewing gum should not be allowed in schools is that in their experiment, gum chewers in the eighth grade had a 3 percent increase in their standardized math scores. First evidence about chewing gum should not be allowed in schools is that chewing gum, of course sugarless, for at least thirty minutes can do the trick and could offer relief for as long as three hours.
Chewing gum has always been against school rule ,but it is time for that to change. Schools should give students the right to chew gum and this project will provide concepts as to why. It is actually proven to help children academically. The infinite amount of individuals who are oblivious to the advantages of gum is nonsense. Chewing gum has been a controversial issue ever since it was invented in 1848, because people do not know the benefits of it. There are far more pros than cons to chewing gum than most people think.
By the early 1890s, Milton Hershey’s Lancaster Caramel Company was an established success. Fortunately, its very success was the result of Mr. Hershey’s enthusiasm, energy and love for technology. Milton Hershey 's greatest contribution to the food industry was in the manufacture of milk chocolate. He was not, of course, the first to make it. The Swiss began manufacturing milk chocolate as a luxury item in 1876.
Sugar, which is in almost everything, is one of the biggest problems. As noted on, “Is Sugar Toxic”, Dr. Robert Lustig, the lead researcher says sugar links to a number of diseases from obesity to heart disease. He also states that 75% of these are preventable. Studies have shown that when we consume sugar, it’s equivalent to when someone does cocaine. Another study by Dr. Cantley has shown that sugar can help cancerous cells grow and multiply.
“Anything is good if it’s made of chocolate “. People around the world adore eating chocolate and enjoy it, but most of the people are not aware of the process of making chocolate. Chocolate production started in Mesoamerica in 1900 BC. The uses of chocolate at that time was to made fermented beverages but, know days it is consider the main ingredient in making cookies, milk suck and candy bars. Also People use chocolate to express their feeling to each other.