High Fibre Electric Diet

High Fibre Electric Diet

Electricity is the mechanism that makes the fur on a dog rise when he is angry or when he is frightened?  It accounts for the spectacular bristling of a cat in the act of welcoming a dog. When we’re scared the hair on the nape of our neck rises and we have ‘hair-raising’ experiences, sometimes we even bristle with anger.


For as long as there has been electricity doctors have applied electricity to cure a host of ailments I was once treated by electricity to cure skin decease?

I also have electricity for muscle therapy this is called a TENS machine that deliver small electrical pulses to the body via electrodes placed on the skin. TENS machines are thought to affect the way pain signals are sent to the brain. Pain signals reach the brain via nerves and the spinal cord. If pain signals can be blocked by the tiny electrical shocks from the TENS machine, then the brain will receive fewer signals from the source of the pain. There is no proof that any stimulus by electricity works

and there is no proof that it doesn’t.


However what is not in any doubt is the human body is driven by electricity it can be it can be likened to any electric motor similar to a computer with many different nerve cells all being controlled by the neurons in the brain.

Where does your body get its energy a simple answer is your food which must contain everything your different circuits require.


The main benefit of high fibre food is to activate the metabolism of the body by keeping the dietary track more active. Hence, a high fibre diet is a must to avoid certain diseases, like high blood pressure, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation and haemorrhoids. This diet also reduces the blood cholesterol level. One must try to include high fibre food as much as possible in the daily diet. There are some simple things to follow that can help you enhance the amount of fibre in your meal and as a result, improve your health. Here is a list of high fibre foods that you might like to include in your regular diet.

Whole grains breads, pita breads, muffins, bagels, rye bread, whole wheat crackers, bran cereals, wheat germ, brown rice and whole wheat pasta, oatmeal and grits. Most grains can be turned into flour.

Almost all vegetables, especially bean sprouts, asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, green beans, onions, peas, spinach, kidney beans, pinto beans, lentils, potatoes with skin, zucchini and tomatoes. Most vegetables can be turned into soups and pickles. Spices improve your dishes with beneficial health benefits.

Fruits like apple, pear, berries, grapes, mangoes, peach, orange, figs, raisins, dates, prunes, and nectarines. Nuts like peanuts, almonds, cashews, walnuts, sesame and natural Honey, make good natural sweeteners and flavourings.

Meat items like fish, poultry, meats, and eggs.

If you don’t charge your batteries properly how are you ever going to work to your full potential?