Energy-Boosting Foods according to expert

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They are packed with disease-fighting nutrients like lutein and zeaxanthin, as well as 7 grammes of high-quality protein.

Eggs

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Bananas are a great source of complex carbs, potassium, and vitamin B6. B6 is needed for energy metabolism and complex carbs, which use glucose as a fuel.

Bananas

1 oz. chia seeds has 11 g fibre, 4 g protein, and 12 g carbs. Chia seeds can absorb up to 10–12 times their weight in water due to their high soluble fibre content.

Chia Seeds

For vegetarians, one cup of low fat (1 percent milkfat) cottage cheese has 163 calories and 28 grammes of protein. 

Cottage Cheese

Avocados have 160 calories, 7 grammes of fibre, and 15 grammes of healthy fats, and are high in soluble fibre, which feeds our friendly gut bacteria.

Avocados

This complex, undefinable carbohydrate is easily digested. Oats also contain B vitamins and iron, which aid in the energy production process.

Oatmeal

Caffeine is a natural stimulant. Caffeine quickly enters the brain for a boost of energy. Experts advise keeping daily intake under 400 mg, or four cups of coffee.

Coffee

Natural, sugar-free yoghurt is packed with calcium, fatty acids, and protein for a quick morning energy boost.

Yogurt

Ezekiel contains sprouted grains, legumes, millet, barley, and spelt for a nutritiously dense and filling bread with no added sugar.

Ezekiel Bread

These nuts are high in healthy fats and fibre, keeping you full all morning. You can get your omega-3 fats from them.

Walnuts

Cucumbers are high in water, and the chickpeas in hummus are high in protein and fibre, keeping you full and energised all day.

Hummus and Cucumbers

14 Metabolism Boosting Foods