Omnivore - No Oreos or flour tortillas allowed
A Tuscon school heavily monitors kids' diets
How far should we go to police the diets of children? Real far, according to one school:
As her second-grade students take out their lunches, teacher Leticia Moreno quickly spots two with forbidden food - a burrito and quesadilla made with white flour tortillas.
"I will get them peanut butter and honey on whole wheat," Moreno says, taking away the offending meals.
Moreno is a teacher at the Children's Success Academy, a 10-year-old school on Tucson's south side for children in kindergarten through the fifth grade. The school is unique for its food rules - it bans not only white flour, but refined sugar and anything it defines as processed food.