Leslie Rubero

Foods To Boost Your Energy Naturally

Do you live on caffeine and always looking for the next pick me up? Nature has provided us with so many options for sustaining and elevating our energy levels that we really only need to look to the source – the earth itself, when trying to find more energy. As you plan your meals & pick your snack, consider some of these super energy foods to add in. There is something for everyone and for every meal! 

Fruits are always a good choice with their natural sugars that won’t leave you crashing later. Some of the best ones packed with energy boosting properties are apples, bananas, avocados, strawberries, goji berries, oranges, and other dark berries. Fruit are sweet and delicious on their own, but consider making a fruit salad or smoothie bowl when you are craving something hearty. 

If you are looking for more of an animal product to add into your lunch or dinner routine, then I’ve got some great ones for you that will help your energy stabilize and even increase. Starting off with fatty fish – this is a great options for many reasons, but it is also known to elevate your mood and energy. Next up is yogurt and eggs, which both come from animals of a few kind and can be a great snack! 

Moving into the vegetable category, you can find so many great ones and prepare them a bunch of different ways – to your liking! Sweet potatoes, beets, and dark leafy greens are some that will impact your energy the most and really fuel you up appropriately. An air fryer is a great option for when you want to cook your veggies quick and without any added oils! Some more energy boosting foods include, lentils, soybeans, nuts, seeds, quinoa, brown rice, and oatmeal. Combine a few of these ingredients for a delicious, nutritious, and totally hearty meal! 

When it comes to finding energy naturally, it is all about what you put into your body. Of course, that means that there are things to avoid consuming as well if you are trying to feel more energized. Some foods that lead to crashes are fatty foods, foods with added sugars, and items loaded with sugar and carbs. Any diet can allow for these in moderation, but be sure to consume lots of vitamins, minerals, and proteins. 

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