Many children in America eat large amounts of junk food, and this can cause health problems. Junk food should not be banned at school because junk foods are inexpensive, students prefer freedom of choice, and school food keeps children coming to school. Most junk food is wrapped in plastic packaging which needs to be disposed of afterwards. Now there's somebody who has no idea about teenage girls, as when other kids smuggled in contraband chocolate, they did a roaring trade. So, I strongly believed that the sale of junk food in school canteens should be banned as it brings more disadvantages rather than the advantages itself.
The first reason why junk food should not be banned at school is that junk foods are inexpensive. They peddle junk as if its health food, push convenience, coolness and trendiness. Letting them make their own choices also sets them up for life in the real world, as they need to realise that everything has consequences, whether good or bad. These people on screen making amazing looking dishes with little effort, having a fun time in a better looking, blemish free, kitchen. Some school canteens sell junk food among other things to students.
Banning junk food in schools could encourage students to eat more healthy food. We need these to have a thriving brain and body. If junk foods are consumed in schools, this may cause kids to continue to eat a poor diet as adults. School canteens should sell both types of foods but make healthier foods a cheaper option than fatter foods. Moreover, as childhood obesity is so prevalent in New Zealand, early childhood teachers therefore need to be aware of the pedagogical implications that may arise when dealing with, not only overweight and obese children, but also with healthy weight children. Congratulations for 'starting the conversation'. For example, the PowerAde our school serves has 21.
Most schools do not even have the infrastructure to ensure this. Its our ability to have what we want instead of eating what we need that causes us problems. Furthermore, banning junk food could increase the sense of boredom among students. However, many children and teenagers enjoy consuming junk food because it tastes good. The time to adapt the equipment, the storage and the training of the teams that have to transport heavier dishes.
Serving couples in the city are unable to prepare tiffin boxes for shortage of time. A sandwich on the other hand contains pretty much the same thing! The conclusion I can draw here is that if parents do give a toss about the health aspects of foods for their children, they will do so without the labeling, warning, and advices. Self control in the face of skilled marketers is an illusion. The obesity epidemic has attracted attention at all levels, from general to policy and practice from health and other professionals, including urban designers and planners, wanting to shape the New Zealand environment, in order to support healthful benefits. It's the main reason why I would oppose a traffic light system being introduced on food labels, because it would be based on negligent dietary advice. Also 365,000 now die per year from obesity related diseases.
Junk food is the term used for food that have little nutritional value and more often than not, high in fat, salt, sugar and calories. Potentially more problematic is when the personal effort and responsibility of the individual is high, but the public health initiative they seek to engage is weak. Should junk food be allowed at school? If they want to wait they will be waiting forever because it will never change. According to Lin Tran 2005 , the nutritional value of food eaten by Australian children has been continuously dropping over the past three decades. Parents of today must have the latest in cars, houses, furniture and gadgets thus putting themselves in hock up to their eyeballs.
Junk food also lacks many of the nutrients, vitamins, and minerals our bodies need. But, above all, try something. These habits may stick with kids for life, and this could further reduce the frequency of Type 2 diabetes. When more and more young people contract lifestyle diseases in the most productive age group, the loss of productivity, and treatment and lifelong medication costs, will burden the national economy. Schools all over the country are stocking their vending machines with junk food full of white refined sugar.
Compare the chicken sandwich of school lunches to al la carte: There is 460 mg of sodium in school lunches and 735 mg in al la carte. First, I am sure parents would feel much more comfortable knowing we are eating a nutritious lunch instead of a salty, sugary, fatty, buttery one. At university, he was exposed to radical thinking, and his views were also influenced by the execution of his elder brother, a member of a revolutionary group. Instead of serving it in the school vending machines, they have switched over to serving carrots and other healthy foods. We can go two ways: i be very cautious in how we manage health risks to future generations, or ii hope that possibly bad foods might be alright in the long run, so just stay on the same old pathway and hope it turns out ok. It was found that the students became calmer in class after lunch The Food Show 2005.