School Diet Change Brings Improved Behavior, More Focused Students

By | March 8, 2006

School Diet Change Brings Improved Behavior More Focused Students

School Diet Change Brings Improved Behavior, Healthier, More Focused Students

“Before the Appleton Wisconsin high school replaced their cafeteria’s processed foods with wholesome, nutritious food, the school was described as out-of-control. There were weapons violations, student disruptions, and a cop on duty full-time. After the change in school meals, the students were calm, focused, and orderly. There were no more weapons violations, and no suicides, expulsions, dropouts, or drug violations. The new diet and improved behavior has lasted for seven years, and now other schools are changing their meal programs with similar results.”

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