Proper nutrition must be made available and implemented both in the cafeteria and in the classroom. If schools offered fruits and vegetables not only in the cafeteria but classroom as well, students would be more likely to snack on these during the day. In turn, students would have a continuing access to healthy food. “Nutrition refers to everything that a child eats and drinks. A child’s body uses nutrients from food to function properly and stay healthy. Nutrients include carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals. In the right amounts, nutrients give children energy to grow, learn, and be active” (American ...
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...hildren is for the child 's well-being and does no harm. Rather than being angry with the government because people are under the impression the government is 'taking away ' from their freedom, people should help contribute to encouraging health among children.
It is crucial for children to have nourishing meals throughout the day. After all, children eat a large share of their daily food consumption at school, so it is important to have nutritious meals available for students. Ultimately, to make nutritious food available in school cafeterias, assistance from the government is essential. By no mean is the government overstepping their boundaries, in fact, the government is helping schools become a healthier environment for children. The government imposing restrictions on food in school cafeterias is just a start for a healthier lifestyle for generations to come.
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