Top Foods To Raise Your Vibration

Top Foods To Raise Your Vibration

Throughout your life you would have heard the saying “you are what you eat”, well it’s true.

The foods we eat heavily impact our vibration and therefore, not only impact our health but also what we call into our lives. Becoming conscious of how we fuel our bodies is essential in order to take the best possible care of ourselves physically, mentally and spiritually.

If you eat a nutrient-poor, unbalanced diet riddled with processed foods – you will feel tired, maybe a little sad and discouraged. The people you interact with will feel your low energetic frequency (even if they don’t know what that is). You will struggle to attract the things in your life that you desire and, over time, a heavy density will grow around you.

On the flip side, a nutrient-dense, balanced, fresh, colourful meal plan will allow you to easily and effortlessly attract things you most desire and the density evaporates.

What to eat:

1. Berries

Berries are low sugar, and super high in anti-oxidants which help to boost your immune system and reduce inflammation within the body.

2. Leafy greens

Lettuces, kale and collard greens are your best friends. They’re bursting with high vibrational energy – you’re literally eating the energy of the sun. Get as much and as many varieties as you can.

3. Sprouts

Sprouts are super high in protein (up to 35% of a sprout is protein) and rich in enzymes which help your body do all of the amazing stuff your body does.

4. Spices

For thousands of years people have been using spices as a delicious way to raise the energetic vibration of food. Turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, garlic and cayenne all contain powerful healing properties and help with everything from digestion to blood sugar balance and even arthritis!

5. Legumes and Beans

Legumes and beans are nutrient powerhouses. Containing high protein, carbohydrates and fibre along with B vitamins and iron.

6. Fermented Foods

Your digestive system is home to a whole ecosystem of bacteria.
Some are “good” and help your body stay healthy and others are “bad” and – if allowed to overgrow – can contribute to many poor health conditions including allergies, eczema, joint pain, fibromyalgia, depression and even cancer. Naturally fermented foods like sauerkraut, kimchi and kombucha are teeming with the “good” bacteria you want and can help to address imbalances in that delicate ecosystem.

7. Tea

Green and white teas are full of powerful anti-oxidants to support your immune system and fight inflammation. Herbal teas like chamomile, valerian and passionflower are calming and can help you relax and sleep better.

Adding fresh ginger and lemon to hot water is an incredible way detox and also hydrate your body.