An egg has 7 grams of high-quality protein, iron, vitamins, minerals, carotenoids (in the yolk), and disease-fighting lutein and zeaxanthin.
Bananas are rich in complex carbohydrates, potassium, and vitamin B6. 2 B6 is used for energy metabolism and complex carbohydrates, which become glucose.
Chia seeds can absorb up to 10–12 times their weight in water, making chia seed pudding a filling breakfast.
It provides 60% of the daily necessary amount of vitamin B12, needed for energy metabolic processes
Avocados provide constant energy and include soluble fibre, which nourishes the friendly gut bacteria in our intestines to support a healthy gut.
This complex carb provides fast energy. B vitamins and iron in oats help produce energy. The least processed oats are steel-cut or rolled.
Caffeine-based stimulant. Caffeine immediately enters the brain, boosting energy. Experts recommend limiting daily intake under 400 mg, or four cups of coffee.
Natural, sugar-free yoghurt is a good way to get a boost of energy in the morning because it has a healthy mix of calcium, fatty acids, and protein. It is also easy to eat on the go.
Healthy fats and fibre in these nuts will keep you satiated all morning. Omega-3 fats provide energy to the body.
Mix apple with peanut or almond butter, two low-carb alternatives with healthy fats and 3.5-4 grammes of protein per tablespoon.