Students at a high school in Kansas are rebelling against new federal lunch guidelines supported by first lady Michelle Obama.
The guidelines are to fight obesity.
The students say the program leaves them hungry for more food.
So with the help of the teachers they created a viral video protesting the new, calorie cutting menus in their cafeteria.
They say they're just not getting enough to eat. The new rules restrict elementary-schoolers to 650 calories. Seven hundred calories for middle schoolers and 850 for high-schoolers.
Despite calorie limits, students can always get seconds of fruits and vegetables.
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