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The Best Foods for All-Day Energy

Almonds

Almonds contain the vitamin B7, commonly known as biotin, which helps the body convert food into useful energy. Biotin aids in the metabolism of carbs, fats and protein, she adds. Grabbing a handful of almonds for an afternoon snack will put some pep in your step.


Eggs

Eggs provide basic nutrition staples such as protein, iodine, vitamins B6 and B12. Try skipping a second cup of coffee and going for a serving of eggs instead. They’re a great way to build energy while getting an adequate serving of protein.


Spinach

One cup of raw spinach is loaded with magnesium, a mineral necessary for our bodies in the energy process. Popeye was right about this green veggie, but instead of canned spinach try organic


Grass-Fed Beef

Lean beef is a prime source of iron and keeps fatigue-causing anemia at bay. At the cellular level, iron is used then to make energy. One serving of beef contains roughly 12 percent of your daily requirement.


Oatmeal

Dried oatmeal can be a great addition to yogurt or simply prepared in a bowl by itself. It’s a natural carbohydrate that contains three energy-boosting staples: calcium, fiber and protein. One serving can quell hunger and fill you up for hours.


Seaweed

This one may be unexpected, but it’s true. Seaweed is packed with the energy-producing mineral, iodine. Try nibbling on seaweed snacks throughout the day. They’re surprisingly yummy and will give you the energy your body is craving!


Chicken

Chomp on some chicken for an extra shot of CoQ10, a coenzyme that is needed to help facilitate 95 percent of the human body’s energy. It’s also needed for healthy organs, being most crucial to organs with the highest energy requirements, including the heart, liver and kidney. As we age, our bodies produce less amounts of CoQ10, so it’s important to incorporate it in a daily diet. A three-ounce serving of chicken has 1.4 milligrams, which will help move you towards your daily goal of at least 30 milligrams.


Mussels

Mussels are packed with the energy-producing vitamin, B12. Just three ounces of mussels provide more than 100 percent of your daily requirement. Because B12 plays a key role in your body’s nervous system and metabolic process, it’s an important part of a regularly balanced diet.


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