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Chocolate Milk Should not be in school

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Started: 1/15/2018 Category: Health
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Chocolate Milk Should not be served in school It has high sugar and high fat.


What about the people who are as skinny as skeletons who need the sugar and fat to survive?
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Posted by SoccerPro 3 years ago
chocolate milk should not be in school. Why? A) chocolate milk is basically soda dressed up in disguise. If you have flavored milk, it is basically candy. B) it contains a lot of sugar. If people who are skinny, why do they not eat something else that is actually healthy and not harmful. Like other stuff could have calcium too like kidney beans, nuts, grains, green leafy vegetables, and more, just to name a few. Kids get nearly two gallons of extra sugar each year. It has approximately 20% more sugar than soda. Also, simple carbohydrates are digested so quickly that it is converted into fat. It can even lead to health problems such as type two diabetes. Kids drink too much each week, up to 10-15 cartons of chocolate milk each week. That is clearly why I think chocolate milk should not be allowed in school
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