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Not Your Average School Lunch: Quinoa Black Bean Burgers (Yummy Recipe Included!)

 Despite this, the research which lead to the start of the National School Lunch & Breakfast programs in the United States shows that kids who eat breakfast and lunch not only perform better academically but have fewer disciplinary incidents at school.

The Better Food, Better Behavior study of an Appleton, WI high school has found that by providing fresh, healthy foods to students, grades went up and behavior improved with zero students dropping out, being expelled, found using illegal drugs or carrying weapons.

Even more encouraging is that students are enjoying these changes and have made their desire for good food known in the community.

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