Updated: March 16, 2022
10 Energy Boost Foods That Will Fuel You Up
Struggling to find the energy to finish your packed list of tasks? Check out this blog to find healthy treats that power you through your week!
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There’s more protein in Greek yogurt than other kinds of yogurt, and protein is key for optimal energy.
Bananas are known for being sweet, but don’t overlook one really sweet benefit of eating them: you’ll get a boost of potassium.
Similar to bananas, sweet potatoes are high in potassium, so they’re a strong source of natural electrolytes.
Keep your cool while working out or running and add some mint to your water or chew on it during conditioning. You will be shocked at how instantly refreshed you’ll feel.
Often underestimated when it comes to fitness, vitamin C is essential for healthy collagen production and for the growth and repair of tissues throughout the body.
Eat it raw or cook it up during your meal prep session at the start of the week. This superfood is high in iron and potassium, vitamins A and C, fiber, and phytonutrients that will keep your energy levels high.
This grain is nature’s complete source of protein, containing all eight amino acids. Quinoa also contains lysine which is essential for tissue repair and iron which promotes healthy blood.
Rich in protein and B-vitamins—which are essential for a healthy metabolism and energy function—eggs will not let you down while getting ready for the day!
This hearty fish contains plenty of omega-3 fatty acids to benefit your cardiovascular health, but the protein content alone will keep your body feeling on par.
Coconut water contains sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus—which are five major electrolytes. You’ll take feeling refreshed to a new level.
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