Greek yogurt is a great energy-boosting snack, according to Balance One Supplements registered dietitian Trista Best, MPH, RD, LD.
"This fish is high in protein and omega-3 fatty acids to help keep blood sugar steady and prevent fluctuations," says Lisa Young
Tuna is another good source of omega-3 fatty acids if you don't like salmon. "Fatty fish like salmon and tuna can give sustained energy throughout the day
Beets taste earthy and are either loved or hated. These are packed with minerals and antioxidants, including ones that boost energy.
Quinoa, a carbohydrate-rich grain you can add to any meal, provides healthy, lasting energy. "Quinoa is a complex carbohydrate that is high in fiber and protein,
"Bananas are another food high in healthy carbs, protein, and B vitamins, which makes them a top choice for sustained and slow energy release,"
Our nutritionists recommend nuts for energy because they "provide a slow release of energy throughout the day, keeping you alert and energized," adds Best.
Best also recommends eggs for energy. "Eggs are a protein-rich food that provides sustained energy throughout the day by keeping you feeling full and satisfied,"