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The following is a guest post from Adam R.
Over the years, there has been a lot of concern about the increasing amount of junk food sold in our schools.
The problem with the amount of junk food in our schools was brought home recently when our school was fined by the state for selling fruit punch at a cost $5.00 per can.
Last year’s class was given a warning from a school administrator about the issue but the administrator did not have the option to add a warning about junk food at lunch time for the next week due to budget restrictions, a decision that was later reversed.
Our current school administration has chosen to continue this trend with their new policy. This is clearly not the right message for students and their parents to hear on a health care system that they have an invested in as well.
I decided to write about this to shed some light on another issue that has been around for a while: the obesity epidemic in our schools. My purpose here is to present a different perspective on this issue, one that is more positive on the subject.
Let me begin by saying that there are no good statistics on how much junk food is actually in our school day. What we do know for sure is that there is an increasing amount of junk food in our schools today.
And there are many potential reasons as to why this increase may occur:
• Food and diet companies are doing a lot of marketing to increase the prevalence of what they see as the “healthiest” foods.
• The food industry is responding to changing consumer wants and desires.
• The food industry has a vested interest in perpetuating the health scare and making profits in any way possible.
So why does the junk food in our school day matter?
Is it the fact that junk food can cause an increase in weight, diabetes, obesity, and even cancer? Not at all.
We know that junk food often does this and that it can even be a contributing factor to a number of other diseases such as high blood pressure, hypertension, heart disease, depression, high cholesterol, stroke, high fasting blood sugar, and even type 2 diabetes.
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