Nourishing and Nurturing Part 1: The Harmonics of Food
From macromolecules to micronutrients
Proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids (fats) are the three main components of food. Ideally, they should be eaten in proportions customized to your particular metabolic type (protein, carb or mixed type). Some people need an equal balance of all three macronutrients, others need to eat more of one or the other to feel satiated. Cravings or sleepiness can happen when we don’t get the proportions right.
Going further, each of these components has vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, etc. To feel good and vibrant, it’s important for your body to get what it needs so it can function at maximum efficiency, with a strong immune system.
Let’s go deeper. Food vibrates and emits an energy field. You can see beautiful pictures of these fields if you do an image search on the internet (try Google, or StartPage which I prefer, as it’s more private). Write “Kirlian Photography of Food” in the search box.
You will find pictures of broccoli and a tomato, for instance. Notice that the cooked vegetables have lost some of their energy. You will also see pictures of kiwis and mushrooms, notice that the organic ones have a greater energy field than the commercially grown ones.
If you look carefully, you might find a picture of two hands, side by side. The one on the right (with little energy) has the energy field of somebody eating junk food. The one on the left (bright, full energy field) has the energy of a person eating healthy foods.
Your body is like a high-performance vehicle, taking you from conception to death. What fuel do you nourish it with?
All is vibration
You probably remember what an atom looks like. It has a center, made of protons and neutrons, around which electrons circulate. An atom VIBRATES. As a general rule, atoms do NOT like to be alone. They seek other atoms and together form molecules which continue to vibrate.
Everything is made out of atoms, so everything vibrates. You are made of atoms, so you vibrate. You have your very own energy signature. You are unique, just as your fingerprints are unique.
Imagine your body. Choose an organ, the liver for example. This liver is made up of cells, which are made up of molecules, which are made up of atoms. What do atoms do? They vibrate.
A healthy liver vibrates differently from a sick liver. We can remind a liver cell what health is, using vibrations (homeopathy, sound or light), until it remembers, “Oh, this is the way I am supposed to vibrate. Ok, I’ll get back on track.”
Foods are made up of atoms, so they vibrate too. All vibrations emit sounds.
Healthy, natural foods have a harmonious vibration or sound. Chemicals added to that food emit very disharmonious vibrations and sounds. What do you think disharmonious vibrations do to your body? Right! They create chaos, confusion and eventually dis-ease.
The Harmonics of Food
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, came up with an innovative mathematical way to “listen to the sounds of food.” You can hear the harmonics of foods as he explains them in his video.
Our society suffers from major anxiety issues. As you listened to the disharmonious sounds in the link above ask yourself if your body heard them as well on a subtler level? Our body is bombarded by frequencies, quite often chaotic, usually via three meals a day or more. Wouldn’t that cause anxiety?
There is a strong correlation between the foods we eat and our moods, a subject I will focus on in the second part of this series. For today, I want you to think about the foods you put in your body. Are they full of energy and emitting harmonious sounds? How do you feel?
Are you eating dead foods, lacking energy or emitting disharmonious frequencies because of pesticides, insecticides, preservatives, artificial coloring, and flavoring? How do you feel?
What could you do for your physical body, your high-performance vehicle, so it can run at maximum efficiency?
One simple step each month leads to 12 changes in a year and to 120 changes in 10 years. If you want to accelerate the process, change one simple thing every week. At the end of the year, you will have changed 52 things. In 10 years, you will have massively transformed your life.
I wrote a book, Eat Well, Live Well, with Energy, Vitality, and Focus. It goes deeper into the energy of food, with plenty of pictures, and offers the fundamentals of “what and why we want healthy foods.” Interested? You can find out more on my website.
Stay tuned for Part 2 of this series next week!
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