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Getting an energy boost that can keep you going all day often means sacrificing good nutrition. Few foods give you the kick that a cup of coffee, a can of cola, or a sugary candy bar can.
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If you’re watching your weight, the challenge is finding foods that can not only give you a boost but are good for you as well.
The goal in planning your daily diet is to focus on meals that are low in fat, high in fiber, contain protein and have complex carbs. This ensures a slow breakdown of sugars and regular energy throughout the day.
Having a good breakfast is the first and most important step in building up your energy stores to get through a busy day. Even if you aren’t particularly hungry, you should eat within four hours of waking.
What you eat for breakfast should account for about 25 percent of the day’s calories, so go for low-fat, high-fiber cereal and mild or a complex carb such as a bagel with juice. Avoid foods with a high level of simple sugars; the sudden energy boost will be quickly canceled out by a crash in energy later in the day.
Staying hydrated can also help. Drinking at least six glasses of water a day can keep you from feeling sluggish and tired.
Snacks can also provide the body with the energy it needs. Just be sure to choose wholesome snacks rather than those loaded with sugar or fat. Go for fruit, a few baby carrots, some cheese or a handful of nuts, a glass of milk, a few whole-grain crackers, or even a low-fat granola bar. Snacks that fit in your purse or can be stored in a desk drawer for easy access will ensure you get the quick boost you need when your energy starts to flag.
How to boost your Energy Level in the Afternoon
Afternoon! Well, I am sure most of you do not like this time of the day. Afternoons are always considered boring to work as you feel tired and lethargic, and you have increasing difficulty staying alert and focused. You must have had this experience in your offices and homes. The energy level that one has in the morning time is not generally seen during the afternoon.
Have you been caught having a short nap in the office, by your boss? Have you missed an important meeting as you were busy sleeping on the train? Well, if you have had such similar experiences, then you need to find ways to stay alert and active during the afternoon time.
Here are a few steps that can help you overcome such a situation:
— Take a walk or get into some type of activity after your lunch break. Even a 15-minute walk can enhance your energy level.
It would be advisable that you have sufficient water during this part of the day. Less intake of water can lead to dehydration and thereby more sluggishness.
— If you have some important meetings, stay away from high fat or high carbohydrates meals.
— If possible, try to have a short afternoon nap. A brief 15 to 20-minute nap can be a lot more effective to raise your energy level.
— You can opt for an afternoon snack. Low blood sugar can result in a lack of energy level and reduce your concentrating ability. Avoid having a snack that is high in sugar.
— If possible, get a seated massage. Massage helps stimulate blood flow, relieves tension, and raises your energy level.
— Eat or drink something that has caffeine in it, but be careful, it has to be healthy. Don’t eat anything that you find in the supermarket. Choose wisely. It’s about your body, after all.
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