Keeping Your Electrics Charged…

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By Anne Laing

In the cut and thrust of corporate life we often forget that our business body is actually an electric collection of cells.

Nerve impulses are electrical energy signals creating energy fields and electrical signals all around the body.

In the brain alone there are around 100 billion and we need these to be in top condition for business.

We need good electrics….

  • For thinking.
  • For relaying information to and from our environment.
  • For controlling the internal functions of the body.
  • For muscle movement.

At the heart of every cell there is a nucleus in the centre – positively charged – and the outer cell membrane is negatively charged.

Dr Johanna Budwig* discovered that commercial processing of fats and oils destroys the field of electrons the cell membranes (60-75 trillion cells) in our bodies must have to fire and function properly, thus damaging or shutting down the electrical field of the cells and allowing chronic diseases to take hold.

A proper balance of minerals and electrolytes make up the electrically charged ions that help regulate our electrical signals. Without doubt good electrics require good food. A good place to start is by eating less C.R.A.P. (Carbonated drinks, Refined Sugars, Artificial sweeteners and chemicals, Processed grains and fast foods.)

These foods cause abnormal concentrations and imbalances of our blood mineral profiles – which can affect energy, vitality and psychological functions (such as emotions, memory, perception, learning and behaviour) – just to name a few.

You could also eat more F.O.O.D. (Fruit and Veggies, Organic protein, Oils (like unprocessed organic coconut oil, avocado oil, organic butters, macadamia or nut-based oils and butters, organic olive oil), and Drink more water.

Other external electrical stressors to our electrical circuits include:

  • Microwaves. Use only when absolutely necessary.
  • Wi-Fi, turn off at night or get your connections hard-wired into the home and office.
  • Mobile phones. Carry them away from your body and don’t keep them in your bedroom at night.
  • Cell towers. Don’t live near cell towers or heavy-duty power lines.

To make you feel fantastic, discharge regularly and shed some of that excess electromagnet pollution, try barefoot walking or running along the beach or find some grass, kick off your shoes and do a few breathing squats, or jog around a slightly damp park…!

 
*Dr Johanna Budwig (1908-2003), was a pioneer and top European Cancer Research Scientist, Biochemist, Blood Specialist, Pharmacologist and Physicist. She was a seven-time Nobel Prize nominee. http://www.cancertutor.com/budwig/