Feeling lazy? These 7 foods will keep you active and energetic

To stay healthy and active, you need to eat energy boosting foods as they increase your body’s ability to convert food into energy.

Students often feel lazy post their lectures and blame their lack of time to exercise for the weight they’ve gained. However, experts claim that the main culprits are our bad food choices. Thus, to stay healthy and active, instead of blaming your long lectures, you need to choose energy boosting foods, which increase your body’s ability to convert food into energy, thereby, leaving you with less stored fat.

Here we bring you a detailed information about seven such energy foods that will keep you pumped all day long.

Choose from these seven food options all that suits you:

Protein Bars: With the low amount of carbs and nutritional emphasis on protein, they work as a great alternative to unhealthy snacks. They are an easy option to help you stick to a healthy eating plan.

Berries: With extremely high antioxidant value, they fall into the list of some of the healthiest foods on the planet. From Goji berry to the Acai berry, they all offer plenty of benefits. While goji berries have been scientifically linked to possessing the ability to fight negative health conditions, Blueberry helps reduce the chances of getting a disease.

Eggs: Known as protein powerhouse, eggs are rich in B-vitamins, which are responsible for converting food into energy. For a lean energy-filled meal or snack, stick to just 2-3 egg whites.


Citrus fruits: Rich in Vitamin C, these fruits ration out energy steadily. Instead of drinking those cold drinks or sugary drinks, it’s better to peel an orange and derive benefits from its fiber and pectin content.

Beans: Being a good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber, they keep a watch on your middle line and also maintains a healthy heart. Moreover, their high fiber content also prevents blood sugar levels from rising too rapidly after a meal.

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Walnuts: High in omega-3s and Vitamin B and E, they are the best snack to have any time of the day. While leaving you with a number of health benefits, they also have a tendency of holding back your craving for unhealthy snacks.



Leafy green vegetables: High in brain boosting Folate, Vitamin K and C, and Calcium, the leafy greens stimulate weight loss and helps in maintaining your weight.