Our culture is bombarded with diet tips, weight loss solutions, diet pills, elective surgery options, fitness articles, and a million other messages that tell us we need to change our bodies and eating habits.
Recently I was asked by a reader to share diet tips from Spirit Guides, and I thought, “Where do I even start? What message do I want to share that is uplifting and empowering?” ‘Cause that’s my thing. If it isn’t uplifting and empowering, I don’t want to share it.
Over the years, I’ve done many readings for people who wanted guidance about their diet, and Spirit Guides have delivered. They told one of my clients to eat more oily fish like salmon and tuna. Another client needed to lay off foods covered in thick, fatty sauces and incorporate more fresh foods into each meal. Yet another needed to lay off peanut butter and eat nuts instead.
Everyone is different, and our needs are different. In this video, I share some overall guidance from Spirit Guides to help you evaluate your diet and know going forward which foods are good for you and which are not.
The topic of diet is vast, but I hope these messages help you feel empowered to make positive choices when it comes to food. Here are some additional Q&As about diet:
What do Spirit Guides say about how to lose weight?
I’ve done several readings for people about this, and the answer is different for everyone. One thing I’ve noticed is that Spirit Guides share information that leads to effortless weight loss and healthy eating. They help you understand why you eat the way you do (in a positive way) and how you can change your habits easily and naturally.
For example, one of my clients ate as a distraction. The only time she would stop working and give herself time to rest was when she was eating. Her Guides said to schedule an end to her work time each day and make time for breaks as well. If she did that, her eating habits and weight would naturally return to normal.
In another reading, Spirit Guides said my client was using exercise to feel not good enough. She used it to put herself down instead of building herself up. They said if she started thinking of exercise as self-love and thinking about how the food she was eating was nourishing this body she loves, she would naturally start choosing healthier foods and effortlessly have a body shape that felt good to her.
Do I have to become a vegetarian?
No. It is a myth that you have to be a vegetarian to be highly intuitive or deeply spiritual. My Guides told me that a vegetarian diet would be best for me, but they have told other people which meats and fish would be good for them. One size does not fit all when it comes to diet.
I don’t like fresh fruits and vegetables. What can I do to incorporate them into my diet?
If you are used to the high sugar and salt content of processed food, it will take a week or so for you to adjust to the taste of natural food. Vegetables covered in butter, oil, and salt aren’t doing you any favors either. I highly recommend Dr. Fuhrman’s cookbooks for delicious, healthy recipes and cooking techniques.
What about supplements?
In general, the best way to get your nutrition is through real whole foods, not supplements. Food in its natural state has a plethora of minerals, fiber, nutrients, and phytochemicals that nourish your body. Energetically, natural foods give your body vitality. The more you can fuel your body with natural foods (as opposed to powders and pills) the healthier and more vibrant you will feel.
This information puts the power in your hands. Listen to your body and notice how the foods you eat are affecting you. Do certain foods make you feel more focused, scattered, heavy, or energized? Pay attention to your energy throughout the day, and use that conscious attention to empower you to create the diet that is best for you
Sending you love,