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Just because it's available, no one is forcing you to eat junk food. But yeah, school is stressful. So if after a test, I feel like getting a soda or some candy, I should be able to. It's not "promoting" unhealthy eating. It's giving people the choice to eat whatever they want.
Junk food has enough sugar to get a student through the day. With all the sugar in one candy bar, the student would be energized for about 5 hours. If schools just ban junk food, then there might as well not be lunch at all because most of the food the school sales are junk food types of foods. There are foods like cheese burgers, French fries, pizza, ext. The schools also sell items such as cookies, pies, and chips. Some kids bring money they have earned to school just to get a candy bar. Another reason I say no is because if the school board stops the sell of junk food, they will loose their main source of money.
With all the money kids bring to schools, schools use the money on food, water, furniture, and new books. During fundraisers, there is always a place to buy sugary foods. If they quite selling junk food, a big majority would stop going to theses fundraisers. Some kids have to have sugar to keep themselves going through the day. And these are some reasons why schools should not ban junk food.