High Calorie Foods You Should Eat To Lose Weight And Be Healthier
- Posted on: Oct 25 2017
When you decide what to put in your grocery cart….what do you base those decisions on?
Calories? How many grams of protein, fat, and carbohydrates are in it? Things you read on a Nutrition Facts label?
What if that isn’t going to help you be healthy — at all?
Would you be surprised to know that the nutrition and diet industry are still using 170-year old concepts (like calories!)….that have nothing to do with whether you’re healthy? Or even whether you achieve your ideal weight?
One of my good friends, “The Green Smoothie Girl” Robyn Openshaw, has created a FREE shopping list that will upend your thinking about what foods are good for you. Einstein once said, “Everything in life is vibration.” Did you know that your foods can be separated into high and low vibration foods?
High vibration foods can help you lose weight, decrease inflammation, and give you sustainable energy. Low vibration foods tend to do the opposite, dragging you down. You may be surprised that some high calorie foods are high vibration, and some low calorie foods are low vibe!
Download the shopping list for free and print it. Buy those high vibration foods, put them in smoothies, salads, main dishes — anywhere you can get them in your diet!
This is “Einsteinian” thinking, applied to food and health. When you’ve built your cells out of high-vibe materials, you’ll spend far more time in peace, love, gratitude, and creative “flow” in your work.
And you’ll achieve your ideal weight without anxiety-producing math and worrying about calories.
In honor of her new book, Vibe, about to release, my friend Robyn Openshaw is making this special gift FREE to you, my friends and followers.
Let’s move beyond calorie counting into the quantum age, where “everything in life is vibration!”
You can download the shopping list for FREE by clicking HERE. I’d love to know what you think after you read it.
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