12 Energy-Boosting Foods


An egg contains 7 grammes of high-quality protein, iron, vitamins, minerals, carotenoids (in the yolk), and disease-fighting lutein and zeaxanthin.


A source of complex carbs, potassium, and vitamin B6, bananas are among the most nutritious foods to kick-start your morning.


A one-ounce (two tablespoons) serving of chia seeds contains 11 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein, and 12 grams of carbs.

Chia Seeds

One cup of low fat (1% milkfat) cottage cheese has 163 calories and a whopping 28 grams of protein and is a great protein choice for vegetarians.

Cottage Cheese

Avocados provide constant energy and include soluble fibre, which nourishes the friendly gut bacteria in our intestines to promote a healthy gut. 


Oatmeal is a complex carb that provides fast energy. B vitamins and iron in oats help produce energy. The least processed oats are steel-cut or rolled.


A natural stimulant due to its caffeine content. Caffeine quickly passes from your bloodstream into your brain for a jolt of energy.


Natural, sugar-free yogurt contains a healthy blend of calcium, fatty acids, and protein for a morning energy boost and is also easy to eat on the go.


One of the healthiest loaves of bread, Ezekiel comprises sprouted grains, including lentils, millet, barley, and spelt.Toasted Ezekiel bread with nut butter or half an avocado.

Ezekiel Bread

These nuts are a good source of healthful fats and fibre that will keep you full8. They're rich in energy-boosting omega-3 fats.


Fruit and Nut Butter: Combining foods rich in fiber, complex carbohydrates, and lean protein will provide lasting energy to power you through your day. 

Fruit and Nut Butter

Cucumbers will hydrate you in the morning, while hummus' chickpeas will keep you full and energised all day.

Cucumbers and Hummus

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