Feel refreshed all day long with these easy ways to ramp up your energy levels.
There are so many things that can lead to feeling sluggish the next day. If your mind was racing all night, or you have a lot on your plate as soon as you wake up, you could spend the rest of the day feeling off. Even if you got a full night's rest, there could be another reason why you can't focus throughout the day. Either way, your body is trying to tell you something when you spend your day dreaming about the next time you'll see your bed. This guide not only teaches you the best foods for energy, but could help you pinpoint exactly why you're feeling the way that you do.
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The problem: You feel tired and burned out all day.
Why it works: Not only does it have twice the potassium of a banana and twice the vitamin C of an orange, a kiwi also has 2.5 g of fiber, which keeps you full and prevents energy lows when you’re hungry. The simple sugars will quickly give you a rush of energy, and the fiber will keep you satiated.
How to use it: Try for two kiwi a day, which adds up to only 100 calories and all the energy you’ll need to get through those long meetings. The simplest thing to do is to slice one in half and scoop it out with a spoon, but you can add it to any meal.
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