On Monday, 70 percent of the students at Mukwonago High School in Wisconsin who normally buy lunch boycotted the school's cafeteria to protest what they view as an unfair "one size fits all thing," the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

Middle school students in the district also boycotted their school lunches, and other schools across the country are reporting students who are unhappy with the new rules.

One of those Mukwonago students, Nick Blohm, is a 6-foot-3, 210-pound linebacker on the school football team. He lifts weights in the morning and practices football for three hours after school, burning up some 3,000 calories before he heads home for dinner.

His school lunches are now limited to 850 calories.