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Chris Trunk Prof. Blake Final Exam 10 December 2014 School Lunch Program: Healthy or not Healthy? I remember the first time I stepped into my high school cafeteria to eat lunch on the first day. I couldn’t wait to enter into the mysterious lunchroom to see all the options they had. I had only heard stories about all the options, and good food they had from my older brother at the dinner table. The food they had in there was amazing. You could get anything from pizza to pasta, and even get sandwiches made for you. This was by far the one thing I looked forward to during the day. Lunch should be a time where students get to relax and eat something they love and enjoy. People today are saying that the food is unhealthy and that they need to make healthier options. The whole point about living the high school experience is eating the foods in the cafeteria that are probably not too good for you. Because this is the last years for teenagers to be free and not worry about being healthy, the schools should not implement new healthy food. The first reason schools should not implement new healthy food is the fact that this is the time for teenagers to eat unhealthy. When in high school students shouldn’t have to worry about if their lunch is going to be appetizing. They should get the same feeling I got when I would walk into my cafeteria. They should get to feel satisfied about what they eat, and implementing new healthy food will stop that feeling. This is the time for these kids to eat whatever they want
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  • Fall '12
  • Dr.McGinley
  • Nutrition, Cafeteria, healthy option

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