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Energy System of the Body & Electricity

Energy System of the Body & Electricity

The energy system of the body depends on the generation and movement of electricity. , which must be delivered to cells in an efficient and orderly fashion. This energy movement is, at the end of the day, the cells life blood.

This movement can be likened to a train. In a later post we’ll take about the wheels and rails and engine of the train, but for now I want to address the train itself, the cars of our electrical energy train, which deliver the electricity. Each one of our cars carries a little piece of electricity called “electrons”. And where do these little pieces of electricity come from? Foods, i.e. carbohydrates (which include sugar and fat) and protein.

Energy System of the BodyBecause foods are the body’s main source of electrical energy, we want to eat foods that are electrically active, electron dense. And the electron dense foods are live foods, or foods that are close to alive as possible. Veggies, fruits, raw eggs, raw dairy can all are considered live or close to alive foods.

You can also electrify foods. Spin things in a vortex. A cumber and a Vitamix and salt can be super delicious and satisfying and if you throw in some Celtic Sea Salt, you can amp up the electrical energy even more and if you put a touch if oil even more so. If you like your veggies cooked, try mixing butter and oil on roasted or steamed (don’t overcook or overheat) broccoli, or Brussels sprouts or onions. After the veggies are roasted or steamed, add some Udo’s Oil, or butter with coconut oil. A good, fresh EFA rich oil carries with it lots electrons, this is what makes essential fatty acids such a spectacularly multi-functional food. And don’t forget to be generous with salt which conduct electrical energy. And spices can add some electron support as well as phytonutrient medicinal value.

What you’re doing is increasing electronic energy, electrons that are available for use. When you add essential fatty acid oil and spices and salt to lightly steamed veggies you are likewise supporting the electrical energy of the food. Cold-processed, fresh EFA-rich oils from flax and hempseed can provide delicious flavor and lots of electrical energy. And salt contain elements which act as efficient conductors of electrical energy.

And when you grind a vegetable in a high-powered blender like a Vitamix, you are freeing the electrons from the vegetables. And if you drink the juice quickly enough, ideally, super quickly like a tonic, you can notice some pretty instant effects, mostly in a sense of well-being. But you need to use these kinds of foods/drinks quickly. Those electrons that have been freed in the juicing process don’t sit around. If you let a veggie juice sit on your counter you can watch the electrical energy dissipate as the solid matter in the juice, solid matter that was hanging in the liquid vita electronic forces begins to settle as the electrons dissipates into the atmosphere. The electron dense nature of food renders them unstable. Only life can lock up electrical energy. That is really the definition of aliveness, a locking up a controlling of electrci9al energy’s and electrical forces. Once the life force has been cut off, as when you pick a plant or crack an egg, it tends to dissipate and that food becomes unusable.

That’s why good food is so hard to come by. Good food is alive and live food is not ECONOMICALLY VIABLE. Much like we’ve created a medical system that couldn’t be better designed to destroy our health; we’ve created a food commodity system that is equally destructive to human health and well- being. Corporate profits are maximized by selling dead food. Dead food is easier to ship and easier to store and has a long shelf life. 90 per cent of American calories come from food with long shelf lives. If you eat a food that has a long shelf life you will have a short shelf life.

Dead foods are foods that have been mummified. It’s like when The Egyptians wanted to make a dead body look as it did was alive they would stuff it full of chemicals. That’s how a TV dinner or American “cheese” works. These kinds of foods are, as much as possible, stripped of their electronic energy, chemically killed via processing then coated, embalmed really with chemicals tom make them look the way they did when they were alive.

About the author

Ben Fuchs I'm Ben Fuchs, a nutritional pharmacist from Boulder CO. I specialize in using nutritional supplements where other healthcare practitioners use toxic pharmaceutical drugs. I look at the human body as a healing & regenerating system, designed divinely to heal & renew itself on a moment to moment basis. "Take charge of your biochemistry through foods and supplements, rather than allow toxic prescription drugs to take charge of you."

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