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Obesity is the nations biggest health problem researchers say Obesity has increased from 116 percent of the adult population in 1990 to 275 percent in 2011 Which means that more than one in four Americans are considered obese in my opinion this could be due to the fact that Americans are too busy to take care of their figure or to even worry about their health conditions You send your kids off to school thinking that they are safe and that they are learning Well dont get too comfortable with that thought Parents try to raise their kids a certain way The best way they can and they try to teach them the right and wrong foods to be eating They teach them the difference between healthy and no healthy the foods to eat daily and the foods to be concerned about You try to encourage them on eating healthy for living a healthy and long life After teaching them all of that you send them to school and there are vending machines in every hall way They get hungry and the only food access they have is the unhealthy snacks in the vending machines 75 percent of Drinks and 85 percent of Snacks are unhealthy says CSPI Having vending machines in schools is temptation You might be aware that you shouldnt buy junk food but that is the only thing you can eat until lunch time For example when I was in high school I had at least 4 bags of hot Cheetos a day I had to buy all four bags before school started the reason for that was because those hot Cheetos were wanted by many After first hour all the vending machines were sold out of the hot Cheetos The guys whom refilled our vending machines were there daily to refill our hot Cheetos After this happened often they then began to add more rows of hot Cheetos but
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