Think outside the box: alternatives to the King of Speed

Think outside the box: alternatives to the King of Speed

If you have children or grandchildren in first grade or higher, they are in great danger from health authorities in the school system. These people–nurses, social workers, teachers, psychologists, psychiatrists, etc.–are, in general, fanatical about getting your child doped up. No surprise there: It makes everyone’s job easier to subdue the hyperactivity of a child through drugs.

I’m not denying that many, if not most, of today’s children are hyperactive with a short attention span–and that it’s enough to drive any levelheaded teacher to the brink of insanity. But can you really blame the children? When their diets consist mainly of sugary stimulants (soda, candy, fast food, you name it), it’s no wonder they’re bouncing off the walls and are unable to concentrate! And when you add that to the startling lack of discipline doled out by insecure parents who just want to be “friends” with their children, teachers don’t look quite so bad for wanting to take the easy route. I’m still not letting them off the hook, though.

Most of the problems of these boisterous and aggressive children (usually boys) can be solved by dietary modifications. If you’re a regular reader of The Douglass Report, this needs no elucidation. If you’re not a regular reader, I’ll summarize it in one sentence: Eliminate all sugar and starch, sodas like Coke and Pepsi, and diet drinks, and feed your children and grandchildren a diet of animal fat and protein. If that’s not specific enough for you, read Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon of the Weston A. Price Foundation. (You can order it by going online to

For an in-depth look at what you and your children are up against, check out the following links:

You owe it to your child–and to children everywhere, for that matter –to do an in-depth study on the reality of this assault on children. If looking at the pictures of many of these deceased children doesn’t inspire you to take action, I’m not sure what will.

At the very least, show this article to your children and encourage them to at least think about the alternatives.