Junk food in schools
Since the beginning, Fraser believes that eating habits are heavily influenced by the parents. He urges parents to take responsibility of their own children. He admits that he weighs "close to 100 kilograms" and further strengthens his statement by claiming that he is a "responsible parent." He personalizes the statement and enables the audience to see him as a regular person and also being a responsible parent for his children despite being overweight. Fraser argues that children need to learn "self-restraint" and that parents should be responsible to make "informed decisions" for their children. He implies to the audience that a responsible parent should educate their children on their food choices. Fraser quoted Dr Peter Clifton who said "37 percent" of their daily energy intake is consumed at school, but only "14 percent" was lunch bought from the school canteen and "schools should be a focus for combating childhood obesity but strategies were needed to tackle the lunchbox, not just the school canteen." He shifts the blame from the school cafeteria to the parents, implying that the parents should make good decisions for their children when packing for them.
Fraser believes that the bans will have no impact on children's eating habits. He begins by claiming this "strategy will not make our children perfectly healthy eaters" and " it will not encourage our kids to get out and get fit." He implies that they're other more effective solutions out there other than "canteen