Research Paper About School Lunches

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In my opinion, making the school's lunch menu healthier is a bad idea. One reason is that making the menu healthier is not serving a purpose. A second reason is kids can always bring their own lunch to school. A third reason is that making the lunch healthy is not going to make the child have a healthy lifestyle. Although, others may disagree and say that having a healthier lunch menu is a good idea. In one's opinion, they can say that making the school's lunch menu healthier is a good idea. They could say that this is a good idea because kids would be eating healthy at school and home. Some may think that this a good idea because it is a way that is helping lower the obesity rate in kids. Others may think that making the lunch menu healthier …show more content…

I think this because it is not serving a purpose. I do not think that the school should spend money on a whole new source of food. In some cases it does not make sense to change the menu if the school is still going to sell cookies, chips, ice cream, and unhealthy juices. I think the school should just stick to having regular lunches. Secondly, changing the menu does not stop kids from bringing lunch from home. If kids do not like the new healthy lunches they can always bring there own junk food. Kids who bring lunch would not even care that the menu has changed. If kids do not like the new menu and started to bring lunch, the school would lose money. If kids started bringing lunch from home, the food would be unhealthy anyways. Thirdly, making the school lunch unhealthy is not going to make the child have a healthy lifestyle. Some kids could go to school and have a healthy lunch and then go home and eat an unhealthy dinner. When kids go home and eat they are not thinking about whether the food is healthy or not. All kids want to eat is junk food and candy whether it is at home or school. I think that kids should be able to eat a regular lunch at school just as they do at home. In conclusion, changing the

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