I know I'm young and still had A LOT to learn, but when I was in high school we had a vending machine area, an area just for fatty pizza, an area for chicken sandwiches, and an area for the main lunch line. Plus we're allowed off campus to various restaurants, also had teachers who had "treats"/"snacks" for us to buy during the day. I was a fat kid in high school, and had no idea of calories or nutrition. I weighed 210lbs, at a height of 5'10". I would eat two honey buns with two dr peppers in class then go have a fatty fast food lunch then get more soda...list goes on and on. Barely, BARELY learned about how I messed up my body. Now I'm paying for it. After joining the Marine Corps in 2009 dropping 25lbs in three months, I liked it but gained it all back because the lack of knowledge, once I decided to change this beginning of 2011, I have probably dropped 20-30lbs of fat but gained muscle as well. Weight going up and down. Now since beginning of 2012, I FINALLY understand how nutrition/dieting works and FINALLY understand how to lift weights properly. I'm still a skinny-fat kid but I'm doing my very best to change that and even got my family involved in changing the way they eat and being active. Like I said I messed up before and now I'm paying for it.