Greek yoghurt is a great energy-boosting food. Greek yogurt's protein keeps you full for hours.
Our experts recommend salmon for an energy-sustaining meal. Protein and omega-3 fatty acids in this fish regulate blood sugar.
If you don't like salmon but want additional omega-3 fatty acids, tuna is a good alternative. Omega-3 fatty acids in salmon and tuna provide prolonged energy.
Beets are abundant in phenolic compounds, antioxidants, and nitrate, which boost energy and athletic performance.
Quinoa, a complex carbohydrate strong in protein and fiber, provides sustained energy. Iron, magnesium, and B vitamins boost energy and health.
Bananas, another source of nutritious carbohydrates, protein, and B vitamins, provide lasting energy. Fruit's sugar gives instant energy, but fibers delays digestion for sustained energy.
Our nutritionists recommend nuts to "give a gradual flow of energy throughout the day, keeping you awake and energetic" when you're hungry.
Eggs also provide energy. Protein-rich eggs keep you filled and energetic all day. B vitamins transform food into energy.
Another energy-boosting snack. I love this fruit for energy. They provide energy with fiber, electrolytes, and healthy carbohydrates.
Avocados can be eaten alone, in a smoothie, spread over toast, or mashed into guacamole. This fruit is versatile and a source of energy.
Complex carbohydrate-rich oats give sustained energy. Fiber slows sugar absorption, boosting energy throughout the day.