How to raise your vibration (with food!)

You may have heard us talk about how humans (and all things, for that matter) have a vibrational frequency.  That frequency determines many things about us – our health, our mood, our relationships – and can be impacted significantly by our environment.  The ultimate goal, for most, is a high vibrational frequency. 

We can’t always control our environments, but we can (try to) control what we put into our bodies.  You know that feeling after you eat four slices of pizza (no? just us?) – that’s your body vibrating at a lower frequency due to a decrease in energy.  And that feeling when you eat a big salad loaded with greens, veggies, & protein – that’s your body vibrating at a higher frequency because it’s getting the nutrients that it needs.  Pretty simple, huh?

Feeling like you could use a vibrational boost?  Here are some (possibly surprising) foods to help raise your vibration!

Raw nuts and seeds

Dark, leafy greens

Fresh fruits & vegetables (or frozen, if that’s what you have access to)

Herbal tea

Dark chocolate (see, it’s not ALL obvious)

Raw honey

Grains (brown rice, quinoa)

Coconut

Raw herbs (cilantro, basil, mint, tarragon, chives, dill)

Apple Cider Vinegar

Cold-pressed oils (olive, coconut, avocado, sesame)

Fermented foods

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