Did you know that according to a French electromagnetism expert called Andre Simenton, each food not only has a particular amount of calories, but also an electromagnetic power that's vibrational.
The first category was full of high-vibrational foods, including fresh fruits and raw vegetables, wholegrains, olives, almonds, hazelnuts, sunflower seeds, soy and coconut. The second category had lower vibrational foods such as boiled vegetables, milk, butter, eggs, honey, cooked fish, peanut oil, sugarcane, and wine. The third category consisted of foods with very low vibrations, including cooked meats, saugasages, coffee and tea, chocolate, jams, processed cheese and white bread. And the fourth and final category exhibited almost zero or no vibrations and included margarine, alcoholic spirits, refined white sugar and bleached flour.
The good quality food are the ones with higher vibrations but we often avoid them because they are not fun or good in taste. Fresh vegetables and salads are not something that we love to have because salads have a very negative or boring connotation to it. But What if I told your love for salads can be fun, that salads be delicious and meaty too?