This is a breakfast served in a public school in Washington State. Does meat grow on a stick or is food only produced out of a box?

Where are the fruits and vegetables? What kind of habits does this create for our children's future? How will these habits impact tomorrow obesity epidemic?

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Child Nutrition in our public schools???
Child Nutrition in our public schools???
Child Nutrition in our public schools???

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HolisticChemoCoach 4 years 14 weeks ago
#1

learned alot about diet and health at www.CreativeHealthInstitute,com 30 miles south of Lansing Mi....the S.A.D (standard american diet )school diet is Killer on a number of levels ...

sugar for starters ...anything over 2 tablespoons a day weakens immune system for days ...

meats maybe ; adds aggression to SAD stew and touch of growth hormones ...

dairy who knows whats in it ... dead pus for a fact

I am aspiring sugar free vegan for last 12 of 30 total chemo regiments .. diet saved my live at least improved dealing with www.CLLtopics.org since 2006

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pkrause12249 4 years 13 weeks ago
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Just revisiting my earlier thought.

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pkrause12249 4 years 11 weeks ago
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Sugar drinks and this fatty foods. Gives a child the impression that food comes from a package.

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pkrause12249 1 year 23 weeks ago
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List for healthy eating and education in schools:

http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/nutrition/facts.htm

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pkrause12249 1 year 23 weeks ago
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pkrause12249 1 year 23 weeks ago
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USA compared to the world for school lunches:

http://www.inquisitr.com/1888905/school-lunch-around-the-world-how-does-the-u-s-compare/

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pkrause12249 1 year 23 weeks ago
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