Foods that may help boost your energy


  1. Bananas: This fruit has a substantial amount of fiber that aid in slowing down digestion of sugars. This leaves you with more energy for longer periods of time.
  2. Apples: This fruit is also rich in fiber but also high in antioxidants which help lower inflammation and stress levels within the body.
  3. Avocados: They contain protein and good fats that may increase energy levels. 
  4. Berries: Are a good source of minerals, vitamins and are easy to snack on. Berries include a high amount of antioxidants which can help strengthen the immune system.


  1. Oatmeal: is whole grain and rich in fiber which helps provide energy to the body. 
  2. Quinoa: is high in protein, carbohydrate and fiber. 

Beans and Legumes:

  1. Peanut Butter: is rich in fats, fiber and protein. The key to peanut butter is that it may help a person feel full which will cut of the need to snack. 
  2. Nuts: have a blend of fats, protein and some carbohydrates that provide energy throughout the day.

Animal Products:

  1. Eggs: contain 6 grams of protein and 5 grams of fat in one large boiled egg. It also has other minerals and vitamins that help keep the body energized. 
  2. Fatty Fish: such as salmon, sardines and tuna are high in Omerga-3 fattya cids. This is a great source of protein and B vitamins that will help keep the body energized for the day. 

Foods to avoid:

  1. Fried foods
  2. Fast food
  3. Artificial sugars
  4. Baked goods
  5. Candy

These foods provide short burst of energy rather than long sustained energy. The longer sustained energy is needed to carry you throughout the day. 


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