In a 2014 study

In a 2014 study, 44% of school districts in the United States of America banned junk food from vending machines, believing that by prohibiting unhealthy foods, they’d encourage kids to eat better. However, a new study found that banning vending machines in schools might not end up childhood obesity, after all, it may actually worsen it. Instead of promoting healthy eating, researchers say that it could cause an increased consumption of fast food.
The normal eating schedule for our society is three meals a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. However, eating three meals a day doesn’t work for everyone, especially for children/teenagers whose bodies are continuously growing. Having snacks is a great way to maintain energy and to stay focused.