High Vibez Food

Fear of food sucks. It controls your life, I know.

“This is going to make me fat! This isn’t in my diet plan.” Have you ever caught yourself saying this?

Did you know that eating can be a fun experience? You can #eatlikeaboss and be happy! Be the boss of you and listen to what you want, not what a diet is telling you to eat. Every Earth Suit is so unique and we all require personalized nutrition–and that’s called intuition. We’ve all got one. Our intuition is a complimentary personal nutritionist.

If you’re struggling to find your intuition and locate your cravings, here’s a guideline I’ve built out to help you reframe the way you think about food. Instead of healthy or unhealthy, or good of bad, think of food in energetic vibrations. There is no bad vibration, there is only high, low, and no vibration.

High vibez food: Real, whole foods. Simple foods. Foods that are alive. Food that came from the Earth. God’s food.

-Greens

-Whole proteins: Eggs, grass fed meat, fish, nuts and seeds

-Whole grains + beans

-Fruits and veggies

-Natural sweeteners: Honey, maple syrup, molasses

Low vibez food: Food that’s not on da high vibez list.

-Food with over 5 ingredients (Pastries and complicated recipes that use packaged ingredients)

-Food with ingredients that have been stripped away or extracted from the whole food

-Power bars, protein powders (food that has energetic quality but is obvious not “whole”)

No vibez food: Food that makes your body feel lethargic, sleepy, and low on energy.

-Airport food, pretty much. Anything in a sealed package that doesn’t mold after 7 days.

Have you ever thought about seeing your food by energetic vibrations, instead of good or bad, and healthy or unhealthy? Have you ever asked yourself if you’re in the mood for high vibez food, low vibez food, or zero vibez food?

We all want to feel great in our Earth Suits; eating high vibez food as often as possible is a huge way we can immediately feel happier in our Earth Suits. Of course, we want to treat ourselves to lower vibrational foods–like an almond croissant or key lime pie–but those treats shouldn’t control our eating habits. These treats are just extra lovin’ on top of our high vibez baseline we’ve built.

I wanna know, what are your favorite high vibez foods? Mine would have to be avocados and sweet potatoes!

2017-04-15T17:06:39+00:00 April 15th, 2017|Eat Like A Boss|9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. Kaitlin April 16, 2017 at 2:10 pm - Reply

    My favorite high vibez foods are zucchini, kiwi, strawberries and cashews! I’m going to try to start identifying foods by this standard… great perspective, Emily!

    • Emily Nolan April 18, 2017 at 6:49 pm - Reply

      That’s awesome! Let me know how it goes for you! Are we connected on IG? Would LOVE to frollow you!

      • Kaitlin April 19, 2017 at 4:41 pm - Reply

        @kaitsk17 🙂

  2. jordan @ dancing for donuts April 17, 2017 at 6:24 pm - Reply

    i first heard about you & your blog on the Soul on Fire podcast and I absolutely love your outlook on healthy living & self-love! i’m definitely trying to eat more whole foods on a daily basis (i love my protein bars, but i know they’re horrible for you), so this guide is super helpful. i think my favorites are chickpeas (roasted with a bit of sea salt and garlic!) and soft-boiled eggs, but i love sweet potatoes and avocados, too!

    • Emily Nolan April 18, 2017 at 6:49 pm - Reply

      I could go HAM on baked chickpeas!!!!!! Seriously, they never make it on my salads because I eat them right off the cookie tray!!!! Heaven!!

  3. Vanessa April 19, 2017 at 12:18 am - Reply

    My favourite high vibez foods would be sweet potato, cashews/almonds, greens (Boston lettuce or spinach salads 😍), and cucumber!

    • Emily Nolan April 19, 2017 at 11:35 am - Reply

      Homegirl I LOVE Boston lettuce!!!! I could eat a whole head of it!

  4. bishop April 20, 2017 at 3:35 pm - Reply

    Currently CRAVING.. Cauliflower head cooked Miznon style…

    http://hipparis.com/2015/09/10/miznon-israeli-cuisine-with-a-french-twist/

    CAN WE GO BACK???

    • Emily Nolan April 20, 2017 at 4:47 pm - Reply

      I got you! I’ll post this recipe!

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