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’re looking for a replacement for your morning cup of joe.
Why it works: This traditional South American tea ranks higher on the caffeine list than most of the teas currently consumed in the U.S. It comes in just under coffee’s levels and above most sodas. While most coffee lovers won’t feel the kick from green tea, yerba mate will pack enough of a caffeine punch that it could replace coffee. The tea is also high in nutrients.
How to use it: Have one cup every day or every other day to reap the energy benefits.