Are there foods I can eat that don’t have caffeine or sugar but will boost my energy level?



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    Eating carbohydrates is the quickest way to turn food into energy. Other energy-boosting foods include fruit (fresh, dried, juice), vegetables, nuts, and whole grains. The best way to start your day is to eat oatmeal, a banana, and a fruit smoothie (all of these things give you energy to burn). For lunch/dinner try some lentils or beans, vegetables, and a handful of almonds.

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    Yes! Carbohydrates are the body’s preferred source of energy. Try these in the morning: cereal with fruit and yogurt, whole grain toast with peanut butter and fruit, hard boiled egg sliced into a whole wheat pita, scrambled eggs with toast and fruit, and oatmeal and raisins. Make sure you’re getting a fair amount of complex carbohydrates – whole grains and starchy vegetables such as potatoes, squash, pumpkin, and carrots – which are slower to burn. A handful of nuts make a great pick-me-up snack throughout the day as well.

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    As the previous statements say, carbohydrates are great for boosting energy levels safely and healthily.  For a quick boost, there are vitamin supplements that may be able to boost your energy level.  Emergen-C is a natural vitamin supplement that boosts energy without caffeine.  They’re also great for protecting your immune system and tasty.  See below for more information.

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