What food is the best to give you energy?
I would like to know what food is the best for long sustained energy throughout the day without huge fat and calorie intake.
If you like boiled eggs they are great in a hurry .Also try to add some fruit like an orange The egg will give you protein no matter how you cook it and the fruit will give you fiber and carbs to get you going. Lowfat Greek yogurt is also good as well as a piece of whole wheat toast with a small amt of cheese melted on it. Again giving you the protein to last through to lunch and some carbs to get you going. Recently some good high protein low sugar cereals have come available that I like with a little fruit like half a banana or some strawberries or blueberries.
Banana, cantaloupe, yogurt&honey, peanut butter on toast, nuts and seeds or a tuna sandwich on whole grain bread, whew! (sry about the spelling).
Bananas during the day. But they say if you eat porridge or even museli for breakfast, they release energy into your body slowly which keeps you going until your lunch break.
Having some oatmeal for breakfast with sliced banana or raisins and applesauce
keeps you going till lunch time. It is low in fat and gives you energy.
for me powerful food is the dates with almonds and a cup of tea.
by Matas 4 years ago
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