reply to post by KarensHoliday
Happy one year anniversary!!!
Waaay back when I was in grade school, there were around 40 kids in a class,
1 teacher & no aides. And no problems!
The school day was longer, we didn't leave the room except for lunch, recess,
& gym class (a couple times a week).
There were no kids with behavior problems, no restlessness, no talking out in class,
no learning disabilities.....
There was one boy that was a slower reader, & a couple of kids that weren't very good spellers,
but they came from very big families, & I always figured they didn't get as much help
with homework as the kids from smaller families.
When I went back & looked at my 8th grade graduation picture, the only kid
in the whole grade, (around 75 kids), that we considered fat back then, would be considered
a normal weight now. There were more skinny kids back then than normal ones!
What has changed most? I blame a lot of it on all the processed food.
If you wanted something to eat before, you had to make it! Not anymore!
We eat more stuff that is made in a plant, than is grown on a plant! (Dr. Oz)
Watch the episode of his show from the 3rd, he had Dr. William Davis on.
He wrote, "Wheat Belly". Very informative show!
So many problems are from our food & how it's being grown!
Modern wheat will raise blood sugar levels up to 2 times higher than a candy bar!!!
No wonder we have so many problems! Just ask someone with Celiac disease!
Another 'new disease' that's growing rapidly!!!
Someone mentioned people saying, 'if it wasn't safe to eat, they wouldn't make it/sell it!'
Of course it has nothing to do with the big profits from fake, franken foods!!!
It's the dumbing down of America! There's an epidemic of lack of common sense!
And unfortunately it's very contagious!!!