• Anything with with a high sugar content. Such as Bananas. Now they pack alot! however the energy burst doesn't last long, but it's enough to get you by.
  • All foods.
  • I would recomend High (but not exclusively) carbohydrates, moderate protein, low (but not no) fat. for example a turkey sandwich with low-fat mayo, a small serving of spaghetti and meatballs, or a bowl of chili. Distribute your calories equally among breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A skimpy breakfast, a hurried lunch, and a huge evening feast is about the least energy-efficient eating schedule imaginable. Many people have their biggest meal in the evening but you don't need the energy it supplies when you are sleeping
  • PASTE!!!
  • Almonds
  • All foods give you energy. It just depends if you will crash an hour later or still maintain that energy. That's why when people talk about eating healthy, they always talk about glycemic index in carbohydrates. Please don't mistake sugar and caffeine as foods to give you energy. I would say that these are more stimulants. You need foods that woud level out your energy throughout the day like a red or sweet potato, Dannon fit yogurt, a green apple, a table spon of peanut butter. I think that as we get older we start to understand our bodies better and better understand these nutrition gurus! gooodluck
  • Carbohydrates like rice and oatmeal but if you’re on a low carb diet, anything Hugh in fat like avocados and eggs.
  • High calorie foods give you energy. Calories are a measure of energy contained in food. Whether you use the energy or not is another matter. Also, how your body unlocks that energy is also another matter.
  • All of them.

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