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Fit Friday: How Electric Foods Kill Diseases

Do you have low energy, and need a boost? Have you lost motivation and need to hit the restart button? Summer is ending and fall is on its way and you don’t want to go into a new season feeling energy depleted!

After doing some research, I found that electric foods are what our bodies are lacking. I’ve realized that the reason many of us go through the ups and downs of feeling physically drained is because at times, we are not putting the proper foods into our bodies. Whenever you feel tired, and like you have no energy, it’s best to reevaluate what you’re eating and the type of exercises you’re doing, if any.

As a fitness professional, I have clients write down the foods they’re eating before they start my program and many times, it’s foods that consist of wheat, rice, starches, and poison foods that many have no clue are causing an energy deficit throughout the day.

Everyone hates feeling like this. I know I do! The number one question I get when people are starting a new diet or meal plan is, “What can I eat when I’m out with my family or friends?” Or, “What do I put into my grocery cart?”

The answer is, Electric!

According to the late vegetarian and herbalist Dr. Sebi, these foods are alkaline-friendly and can help heal the body of the effects of “dead” or acidic foods. These include all meat, poultry, seafood, and products containing a leavening agent like yeast, synthetic or processed items, alcohol, sugar, iodized salt or anything fried.  Dr. Sebi’s method divides all foods into six categories: live, raw, dead, hybrid, genetically modified or drugs. His diet emphasizes live and raw foods, which he terms “electric foods.”

Under Dr. Sebi’s plan, you avoid all seedless fruits, insect or weather-resistant crops like corn and certain tomatoes, and anything with added vitamins or minerals. Instead, you eat plain ripe fruits, non-starchy vegetables (especially leafy greens), raw nuts, nut butters and grains like quinoa, rye or kamut.

Try incorporating these foods into your daily schedule and watch how you will start to feel ALIVE again by clicking on Dr. Sebi’s electric food list! Click here for more of Dr. Sebi’s products.

Brittany Ramsey, also known as MissFitBritt, is a Kinesiology Specialist, N.A.S.M. Certified Personal Trainer, Bootcamp Instructor and Motivational Speaker, Fitness Model and National NPC Figure Competitor and Prep Coach. MissFitBritt has a passion for helping in the transformation to create healthier lifestyles. To Inquire about services or to Book Your Next Event with MissFitBritt She can be reached at missfitbritt@gmail.com.