What Foods Can People Eat During PEMF Therapy?

PEMF therapy is gaining attraction and appreciation of people from all over the world, and for all the right reasons. The tremendous ability of PEMF therapy to rejuvenate and heal the body on a cellular level is something that the medical world hasn’t seen ever before, and so people are (rightfully) becoming interested in trying this therapy out.

However, it’s also a notifiable fact that the extent to which different people benefit from this therapy may vary depending on a plethora of factors. These factors include: choosing the right PEMF device, curating a customised and optimised PEMF regime for specific health needs, consistency in following the specified PEMF regime, the patient’s lifestyle, etc.

Talking of the patient’s lifestyle (while getting PEMF therapy), one thing that deserves utmost attention, with regards to PEMF’s benefits, is the patient’s eating habits!!! Yes, what you eat while getting PEMF treatment has a LOT to do with how much benefit you’ll ultimately get from the treatment!


Best Foods To Eat While Taking PEMF Therapy

Healthyline outlet is your bestfriend when it comes to giving you the best PEMF-related info, and so we’ll also not stay behind in telling you what’s the best food to eat during PEMF therapy. So, let’s get started!


  •   Nuts

Nuts are a powerhouse of minerals including zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, selenium, copper, etc. Although there are a plethora of nuts and dryfruits you can consume to enhance your PEMF outcome, cashew nuts in particular are a great option in this regard. Nuts will help you get all the energy, minerals and vitamins that are needed to kickstart and exacerbate your pemf benefits.


  •   Beans And Lentils

Beans and lentils, like nuts, are packed with a variety of minerals that can help enhance PEMF’s effectiveness. Some of the minerals that are really useful in increasing your body’s receptivity to PEMF therapy are potassium, phosphorus, zinc, iron, and magnesium, all of which are found abundantly in lentils and beans. You can use any beans and/or lentils that you like depending on your taste and preference, but red beans are a perfect choice for this purpose.


  •   Leafy Green Vegetables

Leafy greens, especially those that are darker in colour (for example spinach, kale, turnip greens, swiss chard, etc.) are one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet for health and wellness. They help your immune system thrive, improve blood circulation, promote healing, improve mental health, and so much more. All of this happens because these vegetables are low in calorie content but high in nutritional value, making them a perfect dietary component for anyone who seeks great nutritional value. Therefore, dark leafy greens are one of the best foods to eat during PEMF therapy.


  •   Fish

Fish, being a source of 5 out of 8 essential minerals, a host of vitamins (including Omega 3 and Fatty Acids) and proteins, is great for cardiovascular health. People who use PEMF therapy for their heart and vascular issues should include fish in their diet and they’ll find themselves getting twofold benefits out of the therapy.


  •   Seeds

Seeds are little reservoirs of great nutritional value. They contain healthful minerals including iron, calcium, zinc, phosphorus, selenium, etc, which helps make our body energetic and fresh, thereby aiding PEMF therapy’s ability to heal and repair the body. Seeds which are especially high in nutritional value include flaxseeds, sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seeds.



  •   Mushrooms

Mushrooms are an abundant source of essential minerals, providing 4 (copper, selenium, zinc and potassium) out of 8 essential minerals in adequate amounts. Mushrooms are great in nutrition and scarce in calories, making them a perfect food option for people wanting to be healthy while avoiding weight gain. For this very reason they’re also perfect to eat while taking PEMF therapy.


  •   Whole Grains

Whole grains are also rich in a variety of healthful minerals and provide a host of health benefits. Due to their high nutritional content, whole grains are suggested by dietitians to people who want to be healthy and strong, and so they’ll be an equally beneficial food option for PEMF therapy patients as it will add positively to the therapy’s benefits. Some great wholegrains for this purpose include oatmeal, quinoa, etc.


Final Word

PEMF therapy provides a lot of health benefits but it alone can’t provide the maximum level of healing to patients. So the patients need to have a diet full of nutritious foods (especially those discussed above) in order to get optimum benefits out of their PEMF therapy.