Effect Of School Nutrition On Academic Achievemtent Cpcc Nutrition

943 words - 4 pages

Adolphulyne Yeasay
Miss kaufman
English 111
15th July,2019
Proper nutrition is one of the most essential elements to being healthy and living a long life. People deal with food every day, and food has been a part of life since the beginning of civilization. What we eat becomes our diet, and our diet plays a major role in deciding how healthy we are and how well our body functions. Without proper diet, our body cannot carry out the functions it needs to perform. Poor nutrition put children at a greater risk of dying from common infections.increases the frequency and severity of such infections and delays recovery (Effect of).proprer nutrition is essential to a child's health and wellbeing.Ensuring that all children have access to nutritious food will ultimately improve education outcomes and enhance the physical health of children.Nutrition is the relationship of foods to the health of the human body.Nutrition is the relationship of foods to the health of the human body.Students should have good school nutrition in order to maintain a healthy weight to reduce the risk of chronic diseases (like heart disease and cancer) to promote overall health.
proper nutrition is essential to a child's health and wellbeing.Ensuring that all children have access to nutritious food will ultimately improve education outcomes and enhance the physical health of children.Although adequate nutrition is critical for the body and mind to function,it is less attainable by some students due to some factors such as socioeconomic ,cultural barriers ,etc.(Effect of).Many of the academic and behavioural obstacles that students face in the class romare fields by inadequate nutrition and lack of understanding about what nutrition is and its importance.some indirect effects of poor nutrition can be severely detrimental to the performance of student overtime .students with unhealthy lifestyles are far more likely to become sic (impact of school nutrition).These illness then have an effect on the amount of class time some student missed.By not attending classes students are much likely to fall behind.and when they are in class ,they are more likely to have little energy to be able to concentrate in class.
Access to proper nutrition can help students maintain psychological well-being and reduce aggression.This can have a positive effect on students.And also access to nutrition that incorporates protein ,carbohydrate and glucose can improve students' cognition,concentration and energy levels (Effect of school nutrition).A study by Connel Researchers revealed that 34 percent of low birth weight students were either repeating grades or placed in special classrooms while 14 percent of normal birth- weight experienced the same outcomes.Students should not be exposed to malnutrition, even at an early age for it has a detrimental effect to their academic performance.Good nutrition in life can prev...


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