Everyone understands that what we eat shapes our bodies. Let’s take a look at ourselves. What energy-giving foods are we eating? And what are the high vibration foods we should include in our diets?
When we eat all kinds of food, we absorb its energy into our bodies. The quality of this energy has a direct impact on the quality of our health and vibrational level. That means if we eat junk foods loaded with chemicals, our bodies will not be nutritious, and our energy vibration will decrease. However, if we eat healthy natural foods, our cells become nourished, and our energy vibration will rise.
What high vibration foods do to our body?
When we eat or drink high vibrational foods, they detoxify all impurities from our bodies so they can work in harmony with our minds and spirits. And when our body and brain are in good shape, it will increase our concentration level. Good concentration combined with a higher energy vibration will help us tune in and gain a better understanding.
Food In Its Natural Form Contains Healthy Energy
Do you know that in its pure, raw form, any naturally occurring food contains energy from the sun? And these processes cause the nutrition to vibrate at a high frequency that benefits our health. However, processed foods lose much of this positive energy and, as a result, vibrate at lower frequencies. So, we should always eat fresh fruits and veggies to get healthier energy rather than processed foods.
Now, let’s look at foods that will improve your mood and energy levels, as well as foods that are good for you. If you have ever had the itis or have had a lot of sleepy days lately like me, then these are the foods you should include to feel more energy throughout the day.
Now, let’s break down the lists into five categories.
Five Categories of High Vibrational foods
First Category – Fruits (High In Nutrition and Fiber)
As we all know, fruits are really good because they’re high in antioxidants, vitamins A and C that you need to keep your body strong. High vibrational foods are not just the energy that you get to keep you stabilized at 62 to 75 megahertz. What it does when your body is processing it is the reason why fruits are on the top list. But another reason is that it’s high in fiber or other things that help with inflammation.
Anything that helps with your digestive system and helps ease the process of breaking down foods will be good for you. On the other hand, processed foods come in plastic wraps, cans, etc. These things will cause your body to work harder and drain your body’s energy. Furthermore, they are low in nutritional value. Fruits basically have everything that you need. Fruits like berries:
- Blackcurrants, etc.
And other seasonal foods. However, ensure that you have added different types of dietary fiber in the form of fruits to help process other foods along the way.
TABLE: Fruit Composition (Grams per 100 g of edible portion)Sánchez-Moreno, C., De Pascual-Teresa, S., De Ancos, B. and Cano, M.P., 2006. Nutritional values of fruits. Handbook of fruits and fruit processing, p.29.
Second Category – Vegetables (High In Vitamins and Minerals)
For seven to ten days, vegetables are more important than fruits. Because of their nutrient value and their ability to help cleanse out the digestive system. It’s very essential when you’re consuming something. It’s not just the energy that is burned, consumed while breaking it down, or received from processing it. But also the cleansing effects or other benefits that happen while this food is flowing through your digestive tract. The great thing about greens is that they offer a different kind of biodiversity in your gut. So, dark leafy greens—I know most people hate to eat them, but you need to eat them from time to time because of their benefits.
- Romain lettuce
- Broccoli, etc.
Whatever you think you can consume, just add it to your diet. Make smoothies or salads with other fruits and vegetables to make them simpler to consume. Know the nutritional value of eating these vegetables by CIHEAM Organisation.Lintas, C., 1992. Nutritional aspects of fruits and vegetables consumption. Options Mediterraennes, 19, pp.79-87.
Third Category – Nuts (High In Omega 3’s)
I think everyone loves nuts and seeds. You can use them to sprinkle on top of a smoothie or a salad. Put some flax seeds into your paste sauce just to give it a little extra juice, or use them in whatever way you like. They are rich in proteins, omega-3 fatty acids, and other essential nutrients that you need daily. Take them, especially if you are recovering from an illness or trying to improve your eating habits. Actually, they are really good because they help with hormones as well.
Eating healthier is important for keeping your mood in check. So much of what we eat impacts our mood and moods impact our emotions, which impact our energy levels throughout the day. And it’s especially vital for women to keep their hormones in balance. Checking to see if you have thyroid problems and are seeking professional help. And if you want some additional proteins, you can get them from
- Nut butter (like peanut butter)
- Whole nuts
- Lightly roasted nuts, etc
However, seeds can be a moderate source of protein. I advise reading “Nuts and seeds in health and disease prevention, edited by Victor R. Preedy and Ronald Ross Watson,” which contains more details on the dietary advantages of eating nuts and seeds.
Fourth Category – Fermented Foods (Balance Bacteria Flora)
Include fermented foods in your daily diet, especially if you’re on your period, are emotional, or are otherwise stressed. It’s vital because gut bacteria operate as your second brain. And what happens in your gut has an impact on your mind. And the more your body tries to process food or whatever you’re going through, the more you can feel it in your gut. Actually, your gut instinct plays a significant role in how you feel.
Overall, it’s essential to know when it comes to keeping your liver and gut balanced. The balance of good and bad bacteria in your flora impacts and inhibits nutrient absorption. In fact, if you have a certain type of bacteria, it will consume energy and thus drain you, so having fermented foods will keep that balance in place. There are a lot of fermented foods out there some examples like
- Coconut kefir
These are the best ways to balance out the bacterial composition, or you can also take a probiotic pill. Find the refrigerated one because the refrigerator keeps the cultures alive. However, natural supplements should always be preferred over supplements. But if you can’t acquire them naturally due to allergens or dietary restrictions, then take probiotics. If we take an example like yogurt, it contains magnesium and calcium. They help each other build bones, and they are also good with phosphorus to aid cellular synapses.
However according to CAB DIRECT ORGANISATION, they found 3500 fermented foods from all parts of the world. In which milk products, which make about 20% of total fermented food production, have the most varieties.
Fifth Category – Spices (Assist in reducing inflammation)
There are so many health benefits to incorporating spices into your diet! For one, they can help boost your metabolism and help your body burn more calories. They can also aid in enhancing digestion and minimizing inflammation. Additionally, spices are full of antioxidants and can help protect your cells from damage.
But that’s not all—spices can also help improve your mood and cognitive function. Certain spices, like ginger, have been shown to be effective in treating nausea and vomiting. And others, like turmeric, have been shown to have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.Yadav, R.P., Tarun, G., Roshan, C. and Yadav, P., 2017. Versatility of turmeric: A review the golden spice of life. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, 6(1), pp.41-46.
As we know, inflammation causes so many diseases and disorders. But if you are healthy and free of illnesses and problems, it will be good to control and reduce inflammation to prevent them.
So, the next time you want to add some flavor to your food, whether it’s a turmeric latte or something else. Simply consume it in whatever way you think is most convenient for you.
However, I’ve included a more thorough list of the majority of low and high vibrational foods below in the form of infographics.
WHAT HAPPENS TO OUR BODY’S ENERGY WHEN WE EAT A MEAL FULL OF PROCESSED FOOD?
When we think of processed foods, we usually think of things like chips, cookies, and frozen meals. But processed foods can also include healthier items like packaged nuts and seeds, granola bars, and even some types of fruits and vegetables. While these foods may be convenient and sometimes even healthier than their unprocessed counterparts, they can also harm our bodies.
What does processed food do to our energy levels?
When we eat processed foods, our bodies have to work harder to break them down and absorb the nutrients. This can lead to a decrease in energy levels. Processed foods also tend to be high in sugar and other simple carbohydrates, which can give us a quick burst of energy followed by a crash. Over time, eating a diet high in processed foods can lead to chronic fatigue and other health problems.Fuhrman, J., 2018. The hidden dangers of fast and processed food. American journal of lifestyle medicine, 12(5), pp.375-381.
In general, it’s best to eat whole, unprocessed foods as much as possible. But if you do eat processed foods, be sure to eat more fiber-containing foods to help them digest.
HOW TO check THE VIBRATION OF FOOD while buying?
When you are buying food, it is important to check the vibration of the food. Checking the ingredient list will enable you to achieve this. And if you don’t feel instantly that this is the right item for you, then do this test. Take a tool like a fork and do these steps:
- Hold the tool in your hand and place it on the food.
- Focus your energy on the tool and the food.
- Ask the question, “Is this food in alignment with my highest good?”
- Listen to the answer that you receive.
- If the answer is yes, then the food is safe to eat. If the answer is no, then the food is not safe to eat.
How to Increase The Vibration of Foods?
There are many ways to increase the vibration of food. One way is to use fresh, organic ingredients. This will help to ensure that the food has a high vibration. Another way to increase the vibration of food is to cook it with love and intention. When we cook with love and intention, we can infuse the food with our own positive energy, which will help increase its vibration.
Another way to increase the vibration of food is to bless it before eating. You may do this by praying or just thinking positively about how the meal will feed your body. By blessing our food, we enhance its vibration and bring out positive energy.
Finally, one of the best ways to increase the vibration of food is to eat it slowly and with mindfulness. When we take the time to savor our food and be present with it, we can receive all of its nutrients and benefits. This also allows us to connect with the taste, texture, smell, and appearance of the food, as well as our thoughts and feelings about it.
Taking them in that way raises your vibration; it’s called gratitude. Actually, gratitude is essential, and being grateful and mindful when we eat can significantly alter and evolve how foods affect us.Warren, J.M., Smith, N. and Ashwell, M., 2017. A structured literature review on the role of mindfulness, mindful eating and intuitive eating in changing eating behaviours: effectiveness and … Continue reading
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|↑1||Sánchez-Moreno, C., De Pascual-Teresa, S., De Ancos, B. and Cano, M.P., 2006. Nutritional values of fruits. Handbook of fruits and fruit processing, p.29.|
|↑2||Lintas, C., 1992. Nutritional aspects of fruits and vegetables consumption. Options Mediterraennes, 19, pp.79-87.|
|↑3||Yadav, R.P., Tarun, G., Roshan, C. and Yadav, P., 2017. Versatility of turmeric: A review the golden spice of life. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, 6(1), pp.41-46.|
|↑4||Fuhrman, J., 2018. The hidden dangers of fast and processed food. American journal of lifestyle medicine, 12(5), pp.375-381.|
|↑5||Warren, J.M., Smith, N. and Ashwell, M., 2017. A structured literature review on the role of mindfulness, mindful eating and intuitive eating in changing eating behaviours: effectiveness and associated potential mechanisms. Nutrition research reviews, 30(2), pp.272-283.|