Should Schools Serve Chocolate???? By: Dania Cervantes

Dear Mr.G

Schools should not serve chocolate milk because we all know that chocolate milk is bad for kids nor people.

First reason they shouldn’t  serve chocolate milk in schools is because chocolate milk is like soda.”Chocolate milk is soda [dressed up]” This quote explains that a lot of kids drink a lot of sugar in their daily life. Kids each year get sick for all that sugar they get each day. This quote supports my thesis because it is the same thing if they are drinking soda.

Second reason schools shouldn’t serve chocolate milk is because chocolate milk is really bad for kids.”One tiny carton of chocolate milk  is approximately 30 grams of sugar.” In other words, kids love chocolate but it has a lot of sugar and they don’t understand is bad.This quote relates with my thesis because kids love chocolate milk and its okay if they drink chocolate milk but its not okay if they drink chocolate milk every day in school.

Third reason why schools shouldn’t serve chocolate milk is because kids who drink chocolate milk each and every day.”They’re getting nearly 2 gallons of extra sugar each year.” This quote explains that kids that drink chocolate milk get a lot of sugar in their bodies each year.This quote explains my thesis because kids get a lot of sugar each year and if kids drink approximately 2 gallons of sugar each year, kids probability is to get sick because their bodies cant gave much sugar.

Some people might think chocolate milk is healthy but i think chocolate milk is not healthy.

Sicerly, Dania Cervantes

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