Are You Eating a Low Vibration Diet?

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Learn to upgrade a low vibration diet to improve your health, mood, and well-being.  

Unfortunately, many people eat a low vibration diet and experience poor health as a result. Like everything in the universe, food is energy. Every food vibrates at different vibrational frequencies that affect your energy vibration. Eating low vibe food leaves you tired and drained, while enjoying high vibe food helps you to feel vibrant and alive. 

“The subtle energy of food becomes your mind.” — The Upanishads

What is a Low Vibration Diet?

A low vibration diet is full of low-quality, processed food such as refined carbs and sugars, artificial sweeteners, and fatty or fried foods. Why avoid a low vibration diet? The foods you eat directly affect your energy, mood, and overall health. Low vibe foods lack the nutrients, hydration, and life-giving electromagnetic energy in fresh, whole foods.

Low Vibration Foods

What foods have a low vibration? Low vibration foods are often processed, refined, and more of a product than a food. Instead of being full of life, low vibe foods have a shelf life. These foods lack the nutrients to help you look, feel, and perform your best.

  • Additives: citric acid, natural or artificial flavors, food coloring
  • Artificial sweeteners and refined sugars
  • Beverages: alcohol, caffeinated beverages, soda, and sweetened beverages
  • Caffeine: including coffee and processed chocolate
  • Conventional animal products like dairy, grain-fed meat, and farm-raised fish
  • GMO or genetically modified products
  • Gluten, wheat, and refined grains
  • Processed low-quality fats like trans and hydrogenated fats
  • Non-organic items treated with chemicals (pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides)
  • Plastic: avoid anything packaged in plastic
  • Processed foods: anything packaged, canned, or pre-cooked
  • Unfermented soy, like tofu and soy milk

11 Low Vibe Foods to Avoid

Upgrade your diet with healthier, high vibe alternatives to improve your health, mood, and well-being. As you increase awareness of the foods you eat and how they make you feel, you create a stronger mind-body connection that helps you align with the best foods for your body.

Common Low Vibe Foods…

go gluten free to raise frequency

1. Wheat

Modern wheat is a low vibe food sprayed heavily with the herbicide Roundup, which contains glyphosate, a chemical that contributes to many health issues. Avoid gluten, wheat, rye, barley, and products from these foods. Go gluten-free to raise your vibration! Swap grains for vegetables like leafy greens and salads.

2. Corn

Corn is a low vibe food and common GMO that hides in many processed products. Choose organic fresh corn and pass on products made from non-organic, GMO corn, such as corn oil, starch, HFCS, dextrose, and maltodextrin. Swap tortillas for lettuce, cabbage, or collard wraps, and replace cornstarch with arrowroot powder.

3. Soy

Soy is a GMO and low vibe food that contributes to hormone issues, mineral deficiencies, and more. Avoid soy, soybeans, soy milk, soybean oil, soy protein, soy sauce, tamari, and teriyaki sauce. Soy hides as MSG, glycerides, gums, lecithin, tocopherols, natural flavoring, and vegetable oil. Enjoy edamame sparingly and opt for fermented soy like natto and miso.

Low Vibe Sweeteners…

Swap low vibe sweeteners with natural high vibe options like fresh stevia leaf, monk fruit, cinnamon, dates, fresh fruit, raw honey, pure maple syrup, and coconut sugar. 

honey to swap low vibe sweeteners

4. Artificial Sweeteners

Although calorie-free, artificial sweeteners promote weight gain. They can also cause digestive issues, headaches, seizures, and more. Avoid low frequency sugar-free sweeteners like aspartame (NutraSweet, Equal), sucralose (Splenda), and saccharin (Sweet’N Low). 

5. Refined Sugars

Eating refined sugars contributes to cravings, poor immunity, inflammation, obesity, blood sugar imbalances, and more. Refined sugars (like white sugar) and syrups (like high fructose corn syrup) are low vibe foods to avoid. Beware of hidden sugars, often ending in “-ose,” in dressings, sauces, condiments, canned foods, and crackers.

Harmful Chemicals and Additives…

6. Artificial Coloring

Chemicals and additives contribute to a low vibration diet. These harmful low vibe substances are added to processed foods for taste, texture, and shelf life. Eliminate artificial food colors and dyes like red #40 and yellow #5. Use natural coloring, such as beets for pink. 

7. Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)

MSG is a low vibe flavor enhancer and toxic additive that contributes to health issues like obesity, digestive problems, brain damage, and fatty liver. Avoid labels with hydrolyzed or textured vegetable protein, yeast extract, gelatin, malted barley, rice syrup, or soy sauce. Avoid low vibe foods when you dine out by choosing MSG-free restaurants.

Low Frequency Fats…

Swap canola oil, vegetable oil, and trans fats for high-quality avocado, olive, or coconut oil.

coconut oil to replace low frequency fats

8. Canola

Made from rapeseed, most canola is genetically modified, highly processed, and partially hydrogenated.  Like many vegetable oils, canola is often refined, bleached, and deodorized, which adds toxins and removes nutrients, including the beneficial omega-3s. 

9. Trans Fats

Trans fats are low frequency artificial fats that contribute to weight gain, hormone imbalance, heart problems, and dis-ease. Avoid vegetable oil, canola oil, soy oil, cottonseed oil, margarine, butter spread, and any fats listed as hydrogenated or fractionated.

Bad Vibe Beverages…

10. Caffeine

Although many people enjoy coffee and chocolate, caffeine can dysregulate and drain your energy. Support vibrational balance by replacing coffee with a warm mushroom elixir. Four Sigmatic has a mushroom-coffee blend to help you wean off the bean. With chocolate, quality is crucial. Processed chocolate is a low vibe food, while raw cacao is a high vibe food.

11. Alcohol

Booze is low vibe and can cause dehydration, weakened immunity, depression, anxiety, and low energy. Opt for hard cider, kombucha, vodka, gluten-free beer, and organic, biodynamic red wine if you choose to imbibe.

Upgrade a Low Vibe Diet 

To upgrade a low vibe diet and nourish your body, eat for FREQUENCY instead of FUEL. Being mindful of the frequencies within and around you help you feel more balanced in your body and harmonious in your life. Be mindful of Things That Lower Your Vibration, and follow the tips below to elevate your well-being! 

Read Labels

Always read food labels, favoring whole, natural ingredients, like fruits and veggies, over anything processed. Whole foods are hydrating, high vibration, and full of life-force energy. 

woman reading food label in grocery store

Focus on Quality

Choose nutrient-rich, organic, non-GMO, sustainably sourced, and local foods. Focusing on food quality helps to reduce toxins, chemical residues, and low vibe ingredients. 

Increase Vibrancy

Add life force energy to meals by choosing foods that are alive and vibrant. Enjoy brightly colored fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices. Eating seasonally also helps increase food vibrancy.

Include Superfoods

Incorporate high vibration superfoods into your daily diet. Enjoy more wild berries (blueberry, Camu Camu, goji), dragon fruit, sprouts, microgreens, maca powder, and wild mushrooms.

Prepare With LOVE

Increase the vibrational value of your food by preparing it with LOVE. Set an intention, give thanks, and bless your food. Take time to breathe, engage your senses, and eat mindfully.

Avoid Overcooking

Most foods are best enjoyed raw or gently cooked (in this order), like raw, sprouted, steamed, blanched, pressure cooked, dehydrated, baked, roasted, or grilled.

Enjoy a High Vibration Diet

A high vibration diet consists of natural, organic, whole, and alive foods. High vibe foods, like fruits and vegetables, provide the life force needed to heal and thrive. High vibration means having more light and less density. Foods enjoyed in their natural, unprocessed state typically have a high vibration.

Energy Field of Food

Watch Dr. Valerie Hunt, a former scientist, author, and professor of physiological sciences at UCLA, measure the vibrations in food. Notice the difference in energy fields between processed low vibe foods and whole high vibe foods.

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