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Should schools ban junk food?
Unhealthy Food Should Be Banned From Schools
Another day, another junk food debate; from boycotting bake sales to banning sodas, many schools have joined the national fight against obesity. Download Article An August study from Pediatrics made a startling discovery after following a group of school-aged children: kids who went to a school without junk food regulations maintained about a 37 percent overweight rate from fifth to eighth grade without budging. However, in schools with junk food regulations and bans, the number started at 39 percent in fifth grade and declined to about 18 percent by eighth grade. Of course, the results of the study beg the question: Should junk food be banned from schools altogether? Before you start petitioning your PTA, make sure you have all the facts and know how you, as a parent, can help.
Junk food should be banned at schools because junk food does not provide students with proper nutrients that are found in healthful foods such as fruits and .
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Yes absolutely it's
Jasmine is a Year 4 student who has been learning about how to be persuasive. How would we feel if we ate junk food every day, three times a day? We would probably feel terrible! Junk food is a type of food that is very unhealthy. It has loads of fat, sugar and salt. Junk food should be banned at all schools.