7 Healthy Energy Boosting Snacks

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7 Healthy Energy Boosting Snacks

Vivoo Nutrition Team

On a busy day, when you have been out of the gym or just hanging out with your pet, you might be feeling exhausted and hungry. You are not alone. Most people resort to snacking during days when they feel rundown.

Lack of enough energy in your body can significantly impact how you work during the day. You need the power to keep going, and eating the right snacks helps give you the energy to do what you need to do. Here are some must-have things to pick up at the grocery store and have on hand in your kitchen.


If you think of a healthy snack to get you going, you should look no further than this magic fruit. Bananas are one of the best energy foods and fruits you can eat if you feel hungry and tired, and they are rich in vitamin B6, complex carbs, and potassium. All the minerals and carbs in this fruit can boost your energy level instantly and keep you on your feet.

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You can also have a banana with peanut butter to hold you over for a while. Pack some banana, apple, and peanut butter for an on-the-go snack. A mix of these three will keep you strong for a significant part of the day. Adding peanut butter makes your snack more delicious.

Celery, Peanuts, and Raisins 

Also known as “ants on a log,” this is another energy-giving snack you can have when you feel hungry. It may be a kid-pleaser, but that’s no reason why adults can’t eat it too. It's a quick peanut butter creation on celery sticks, topped with raisins. It’s an old-fashioned favorite that you can still always rely on to boost your energy. 

If you want a fruitier recipe with a slight wrinkle, try this with almond butter and some sun-dried cranberries or cherries.


If your energy level is running low, you can grab some nuts to boost your sugar level. There are so many different types of nuts, each with an additional benefit. 

Nuts are rich in proteins that help in repairing worn-out tissues. So after a long session in the gym or tired from working out, you can reach for this snack to soothe your body and replenish your energy.

Nuts are a satiating snack, which means you feel full and satisfied after eating them, which can deter you from thinking about junk food on your way home after a workout.

Another favorite nut is the almond. Almonds are rich in vitamin E, which helps to keep your skin and bones healthy. 

Some walnuts are good for your heart, and Brazil nuts are rich in selenium that’s essential for thyroid function.


Berries are rich in antioxidants, making them useful for anyone focused on staying healthy. Taking berries after a high-intensity workout can help recover sore muscles fast. Berries are rich in natural sugar and fiber. Refreshing and delicious at the same time, you’ll enjoy eating this snack with yogurt. 


Salmon is a brain food you should look forward to eating when you feel hungry. This seafood is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are more effective in boosting moods.

This fish contains healthy fats, good for your heart because they lower bad cholesterol and high blood pressure. The high protein count in the fish promotes satiety. If you are trying to cut weight, smoked salmon is a great snack choice.

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Oatmeal is another snack you can try. This essential nutrient snack should not be missed on your list of healthy and simple breakfast ideas. It is a filling meal because it is high in fiber, providing you with lasting energy.

The fiber in oatmeal takes some time to digest. This means that when you eat this snack in the morning, you can have all the energy for a great part of the day. If you have a stable blood sugar level, oatmeal will make you feel energized and focused during the day.

Boiled Eggs and Cherry Tomatoes 

This is another reliable snack you can look to if you're running low on energy. A snack of a hardboiled egg and cherry tomatoes is rich in fiber, protein, and fat. An egg contains at least 5 grams of fat, 6 grams of protein, and 70 calories. This snack is also rich in choline which is a useful nutrient in boosting cognitive function. Additionally, cherry tomatoes are full of vitamin A and vitamin C fights free radicals and can promote a healthy heart because of their lycopene content.

Boiled eggs also contain Vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. With all these nutrients, you can keep your body and brain health, especially when working out.

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