Another problem is the poor food choices they are offered at school. School lunches are loaded with extra fat and empty calories. Sadly, school cafeterias are only part of the problem. A whopping 74% of middle schools and 98% of high schools have vending machines and snack bars that offer endless choices of lifeless junk food.
The problem with processed food items and junk food is they lack nutritional value, while also delivering a high dose of unhealthy fat, calories, sugar, salt, and carbohydrates. Not only are these foods robbing kids of essential vitamins and minerals, they are also making them constipated! Constipation is something that cannot be ignored; it is a serious matter.
Trimming calories and fat from school lunches alone won’t cure childhood obesity. Replacing junk food with organic alternatives would ensure that they at least get one nutritious meal per day. Unfortunately, the chances of that happening are slim to none; therefore, healthy choices need to be made at home as well. Because new tissues, bones and muscles develop at an astonishing pace, it is important to maintain a strong immune system. Energy to run, jump, play, and learn is dependent upon nutrient intake in childhood. But how can their little bodies absorb such nutrients if they are full of waste? Kids need to cleanse their entire system just as much as adults do, regardless of their age. That is where cleansing and rebuilding their little bodies is important.
Refer to Why Colon Health Is Critical.
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“According to the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, the rate of childhood obesity and diabetes has tripled in the last 30 years. Junk food is one of the main culprits for this childhood obesity epidemic. Media marketing and uninformed parents expose kids and teens to junk food, encouraging them to make unhealthy food choices.”