If you’re reading this, you know that all matter is vibrating energy.
And you know that all vibrations play off each other, mutually co-creating unique new frequencies between them.
You know that you are vibrating energy– and so is the food you eat.
By intentionally eating a high vibration diet filled with delicious raw superfoods, you are actually raising your own vibration, grounding and aligning with the innate energy of our planet!
Not only does raising your personal vibrational frequency help you experience increased clarity, energy, love, and peace on a whole new level… but the more people who raise their vibrations during this time of intense change will collectively help the human species evolve and adapt to this emerging new world!
What Are High Vibration Foods?
High vibration foods are minimally processed, whole, plant-based foods that provide an abundance of beneficial nutritional compounds, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, prebiotics, and probiotics.
Eating high vibration foods will help you raise your own personal vibration and help you maintain that elevated state over time.
Whole, plant-based foods provide a wide range of benefits, including:
- Increasing & sustaining your energy levels
- Enhancing digestion & absorption of key nutrients
- Boosting your emotional well-being & enhancing your mood
- Supporting cognitive function & helping you think clearly
- Generally making you feel lighter, happier, more focused!
Certain animal-based products and highly processed junk foods tend to drain your energy and lower your personal vibration, leaving you feeling glum and physically tired. These low vibration foods should be eaten sparingly (or avoided entirely).
Every high vibration food provides a unique set of benefits, so try to eat a variety of items from this list!
What Are The BEST High Vibration Foods?
High Vibration Food #1
Dark Leafy Greens
Dark leafy greens are known for being low in calories, but they pack a punch when it comes to fiber, vitamins, and minerals!
Greens should be consumed steamed, blanched, or raw to obtain the best health benefits. Some of the highest vibration dark leafy greens include kale, collard greens, microgreens, spinach, Swiss chard, and arugula.
Try substituting spinach and arugula for your iceberg lettuce in a salad. Add kale to smoothies, and top off your sandwiches with micro-greens.
High Vibration Food #2
Blueberries are one of the most potent high vibration foods in the world!
While all berries are nutritional powerhouses, blueberries are especially high in antioxidants and other beneficial compounds, giving them an edge over most other berries. While elderberries are also very high in antioxidants, blueberries are more widely available and easier to incorporate into your everyday diet.
Blueberries make a great snack by themselves, but they are also popular as a topping for yogurt or as a sweet addition for oatmeal. While also very popular in baked goods, remember that you will get the most benefits from blueberries when they are eaten raw.
High Vibration Food #3
Low in calories and high in nutrients and antioxidants, the mango is one of the best fruits for raising your vibration.
Mangoes are known for boosting immunity because they are a good source of vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, as well as folate and copper. Mangoes have also been found to prevent weight gain in the form of body fat.
Mangoes are easy to incorporate into your daily diet. They are delicious raw by themselves or in fruit salads. There is no need to cook them or add sugar, because they are naturally sweet on their own. They are a great ingredient to add to smoothies, salsas, and salads.
High Vibration Food #4
Sprouts & Microgreens
Sprouts are an excellent source of nutrients while being low in calories. While sprouts differ in nutrient value based on type, all sprouts are rich in folate, protein, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous and vitamins C and K.
Sprouts can be added easily to salads, sandwiches and even smoothies when consumed raw. They can also be ground into a spread for vegetables or crackers. Be sure to wash them well before consuming them raw.
Some people enjoy incorporating sprouts into stir-fry or rice dishes. They also work well in soup and omelets.
High Vibration Food #5
Not only does garlic taste great in many different types of food, but it is also packed with medicinal properties that will naturally raise your vibration.
Garlic’s distinct smell is caused by a compound called allicin, which is also responsible for most of the positive health effects that garlic provides.
Garlic is known for combating the common cold as well as being beneficial for heart health. In some human studies, it has helped to reduce LDL cholesterol as well as reduce blood pressure.
Adding fresh garlic, rather than powdered garlic, will give better flavor and greater health benefits to your dishes. Avoid garlic salt because of the added sodium.
High Vibration Food #6
Cinnamon is a potent antioxidant which also reduces inflammation. It has also been shown to lower triglycerides and cholesterol in blood to help with heart health, but its benefits do not stop there. Cinnamon can also help to lower blood sugar levels with just one-half to two teaspoons per day.
It is important to note that there are two types of cinnamon. They one we most commonly find in grocery stores is the variety referred to as cassia, which is a cheaper version that is not considered to be “true” cinnamon. True cinnamon is the Ceylon variety. It is available in most health food stores and online.
High Vibration Food #7
Some consider turmeric to be the most effective nutritional supplement available today because studies show that it is good for the overall body, but also for the brain.
Found most prominently in curry, turmeric contains curcumin which is a powerful antioxidant. It is also a strong anti-inflammatory which is important to overall health.
Turmeric is easy to add your diet by incorporating into egg scrambles or soups. It also tastes great in rice, noodles, stir-fry and even roasted vegetables. Supplements are also available if the flavor does not appeal to you.
High Vibration Food #8
Some people avoid nuts because they are high in fat, but it is important to note that it is the healthy kind of fat that our bodies need. Nuts are also great sources of protein and fiber.
One of the best nuts to choose is the almond. Almonds may improve cholesterol levels as well as lower blood pressure in overweight people.
Nuts are excellent as a substitute for croutons on a salad. They can also be eaten by themselves or mixed with oatmeal. Try to avoid nut butters which often contain high amounts of sugar and added salt.
High Vibration Food #9
Seeds are highly nutritious, containing healthy monounsaturated fats, polyunsaturated fats, fiber, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.
Seeds can help to reduce cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure. Improving these areas also improves your personal vibrational level.
One of the best choices for seeds is the flaxseed, also known as linseed. It is an excellent source of fiber and antioxidants. Omega-3 fats are contained in the outer shell, which is difficult to digest in its normal state. It can be ground, however, to maintain the omega-3 fats.
Seeds make great additions to salads and even smoothies.
High Vibration Food #10
High in fiber and antioxidants, dates are also nutrient-rich and may provide improved digestion as well as a reduced risk of disease. These factors make it an excellent choice for raising vibration.
Adding dates to a dish as a natural sweetener is a great way to replace sugar in certain recipes. Try to use them raw to gain the most benefits.
Dates are most often found in the dried form, and can be eaten as a snack. Because the dried form is higher in calories than most fresh fruit, be sure to eat them in moderation.
High Vibration Food #11
With proven benefits for heart health, weight loss and digestion, bananas are excellent for raising your frequency. Bananas are nutrient-rich and also contain lot of fiber and antioxidants for minimal calories.
Potassium and magnesium are both found in bananas and are essential to heart health. The fiber lends to you feeling full faster, and they rank low on the glycemic index.
Bananas are easy to add to your diet. You can eat them by themselves, but they also create a nice base for a smoothie and serve as a thickening agent.
High Vibration Food #12
Having good gut health may contribute to improving many different conditions include allergies, joint pain and depression to name just a few. Fermented foods feed the good bacteria in the gut and contribute to improving gut health.
Naturally fermented foods such as sauerkraut and kombucha produce probiotics during the fermentation process. Sauerkraut also contains vitamins C and K, calcium, phosphorous, potassium and dietary fiber.
Sauerkraut will begin losing its health benefits when it is heated. It should be consumed cold or added as a final step when cooking to maintain as many healing properties as possible.
High Vibration Food #13
Medicinal mushrooms are known to improve your energy levels, increase patience and heighten clarity and focus. They contain antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties.
Some of the best benefits come from the mushrooms known as reishi, chaga, shiitake, turkey tail and lion’s mane.
Mushrooms can dried and ground into a powder to add to drinks such as tea or to sauces when cooking. Some, such as shiitake, can also be added to many cooked dishes like stir-fry.
Medicinal mushrooms may cause side effects for some people or in conjunction with certain diets, so always check with your doctor before beginning any type of regimen.
High Vibration Food #14
Raw cacao contains potassium, manganese, magnesium, calcium, iron, copper and zinc. It has anti-inflammatory properties and may even reduce the risk of diabetes.
Cacao is also high in protein and fiber, helping you to feel full while also providing you with energy.
Do not mistake cacao for cocoa. It is not going to taste like your favorite chocolate bar. While it is similar in flavor to dark chocolate, it is very bitter and does not have a sweet taste. It is often used as a powdered drink, being added to tea.
High Vibration Food #15
Legumes are popular for high vibrational diets because they are one of the best plant-based sources of protein. Animal-based protein lowers our vibration, but plant-based protein elevates our vibration.
The most common legumes are peas, lentils, beans, soybeans, chickpeas and peanuts. These can be prepared in many different ways and incorporated in many dishes.
There is some controversy surrounding legumes because they contain antinutrients which can interfere with your body absorbing other nutrients. Soaking or boiling the legumes will reduce the level of anti-nutrients, so they can be a healthy part of your diet.
High Vibration Food #16
Green & White Tea
Green and white teas both contain antioxidants to help maintain excellent health and raise your vibration.
They are known for boosting cardiovascular health and lowering bad cholesterol. They even help prevent the breakdown of elastin and collagen. Some believe that this helps slow down the aging of skin. Tea also helps to fight inflammation.
White tea and green tea can be mixed together for a unique flavor. Some people will also use the powdered tea to flavor smoothies or yogurt.
High Vibration Food #17
Blue Green Algae
It may not sound too tasty, but blue green algae has amazing health benefits which will naturally raise your vibration and improve your health.
Spirulina and chlorella contain high levels of protein, minerals and vitamins. These can be purchased in a dried powder form that can be added to smoothies.
Some people are sensitive to the flavor of blue green algae. If this is the case, you can also purchase it in tablet form.
High Vibration Food #18
Cold-Pressed Organic Oil
Avocado, sesame, coconut, flax and olive oil can all be purchased as cold pressed oil. This is important because the heating process can reduce the amount of antioxidants that are present.
Most cold pressed oils contain vitamin E, known for its anti-inflammatory properties. These oils also contain healthy fatty acids and may raise good cholesterol levels.
These oils work best drizzled over food after it is cooked, instead of heating the food in the oil. This helps to maintain health properties and keeps them rich in flavor.
High Vibration Food #19
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar has been used in cooking and as a popular home remedy for centuries. Some of the popular health benefits of apple cider vinegar are aiding in weight loss, lowering blood sugar levels and lowering cholesterol levels.
Apple cider vinegar can kill harmful bacteria and also prevent them from further multiplying. It also has antimicrobial properties that can help improve skin.
The best way to consume apple cider vinegar is in salad dressings, marinades and other condiments because it should be consumed in moderation. It can cause stomach pain if taken by itself.
High Vibration Food #20
With roots in South American culture and cuisine, pineapple is loaded with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, enzymes, and other beneficial compounds that help improve your overall wellbeing and raise your vibration.
Containing an abundance of Vitamin C, manganese, and other important vitamins and minerals, pineapple will boost your immune system and supercharge your metabolism. Bromelain, the unique enzyme found only in pineapple, aids digestion and assists the body in breaking down and absorbing protein found in other foods.
Pineapple also boasts a robust antioxidant profile, and is especially rich in flavonoids and phenolic acids. These antioxidants reduce free radical damage in the body, slowing signs of aging and reducing inflammation.
High Vibration Food #21
Bone broth is made by slowly simmering the bones and connective tissues of animals such as cows, chickens, and pigs. Because it is made from animals, bone broth is very rich in collagen, glucosamine, and chondroitin, and therefore helps support our bone, joint, and skin health.
Bone broth provides the body with an abundance of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, vitamin K, calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and other trace minerals.
An extremely nutritious high vibration food, bone broth is considered paleo and was likely an important part of our hunter-gather ancestors’ diets.
What Happens When You Start Eating High Vibration Foods?
Eating high vibration foods every day will help become your best possible self– and feel great doing it.
To experience greater health, vitality and raised vibrational frequency, start by incorporating these 21 high vibration foods into your diet gradually. Over time, you will start feeling more like the “you” that you always knew you cold be.
As you start feeling better, you will discover more and more reasons to eat high vibration foods daily!