Did you know everything around you has energy and vibration? The higher your vibration, the more positive things you attract in your life. It sounds too good to be true almost, but it’s not always easy to keep your vibration high. One way is through your diet.
You already know that good, healthy food makes you feel good when you eat it; and processed sugary food makes you sluggish and tired (even if it feels good initially!). One reason for that is the vibration of the food you eat. Giving your body high vibe fuel gives you a great start to the rest of your high vibe day, and it makes it even easier to keep your vibe high. Here are some of my favorite high vibe foods and how I incorporate them into my diet.
I’m not a big fan of leafy greens, but I’ve found ways to incorporate them that works for me. Some of my new favorite ways are kale sausages and kale pesto! I don’t make my own sausages, but I can make my own pesto by throwing some kale, parmesan, olive oil, and pine nuts in a food processor until it’s blended into a sauce consistency. I like my pesto on chickpea pasta or chicken. Another way is through your favorite salad. Caesar salad is my favorite, and I recently decided it’s okay for me to eat Caesar salad every day if it means I get my greens in!
I looove fresh herbs, and adding them to your sauces (even in your kale pesto!) is a great raise to raise your vibration and uplevel your flavors! You won’t even miss processed foods when you have delicious herbs infusing their flavor into everything you make. Even better, you can grow your favorites inside in little pots, and the plants will raise the vibration of your house too. I expanded my herb garden this year, and I can’t wait to add new flavors into my food and also infuse some honeys with them.
Fresh berries are my favorite fruit! We added several berry plants to our garden this year, but if you don’t have the space and/or funds, supporting your local farmers in the summertime is a perfect way to get your berries and raise your vibration by supporting your community! You can buy extra berries and freeze them for smoothies all year even.
Beans & Legumes
Beans and legumes are packed with nutrients, protein, good carbs, vitamin B, iron, and fiber! I like to add beans into my foods in breakfast burritos, grain bowls, tacos, chili, and in pastas made with beans. I also like to make black bean brownies and chickpea cookies. These are great ways to replace not so nutritious carbs, sneak more protein into your kids’ diets, or eat beans if you don’t like their flavor.
Spices have such great nutritional properties. I also take some spices in pill form so I can get more of them into my body, for instance, I take cayenne 3x a day and there’s no way I could eat that much of it! Spice up your food and consider organic spice pills for spices you can’t get enough of on your own. I also take cinnamon, ginger, and garlic supplements.
Seeds & Nuts
Seeds and nuts are high in protein and omega-3 fats. I keep some on my nightstand if I need a quick fix in the evening, or sometimes if I wake up early and my stomach is already growling.
Teas are another great way to get spices and herbs into your diet, relax or energize yourself, get a healthy dose of caffeine, or practice self care. It’s a vibration powerhouse!
Spirulina and other blue green algaes are some of the most nutrient dense superfoods you can get! I take this supplement as well because I personally don’t even want to know what they taste like. You can buy them powdered to add to foods but supplements work better for me.
I hope you found some good tips and encouragement for some easy ways to uplevel your diet, nutrition, and your vibration! What are your favorite ways to incorporate these?