kiwiwil4 karma2018-12-07 17:34:29 UTC
I have kidney disease at about 15-20% and no, dieting will not help significantly. Once your kidney function devolves to a certain point, any treatments are pretty futile, doctors will start looking towards transplants.
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kiwiwil4 karma2021-04-21 17:20:27 UTC
What data could possibly show that providing school lunches to students who would otherwise not have it doesn’t help them learn? Students need their basic needs met before they have any hope of paying attention in class and learning. A basic need is food.
kiwiwil3 karma2021-04-21 17:31:15 UTC
NSLP isn’t a company, it’s a federal program
kiwiwil2 karma2021-04-21 17:23:34 UTC
It was actual change. OP detailed the changes made because of Michelle Obama’s initiative in another comment
kiwiwil2 karma2021-04-21 17:18:20 UTC
Yes they did! Community Eligibility is a step NY state has taken to ensure greater numbers of students are receiving lunch every day and the studies that have been done in NY has shown that it is working. Also, a study found that it did not increase obesity in students, which is of course a positive. Community eligibility takes the shame and confusion out of free lunches and provides free lunches to all students in eligible communities. I’m hoping to see it expanded to more states
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