Dark Chocolate: It contains cocoa butter that helps chocolate’s caffeine release more gradually over time, providing you with a steady increase in energy.
Pistachios are filled with a mix of protein, fiber and healthy fat that helps keep you awake.
Spinach works perfectly in smoothies because the other flavors hide its taste and spinach has high-levels of B-2, which helps in energy production.
Cooked rolled or steel-cut oats also work well in smoothies and provide a good source of complex carbohydrates and soluble fiber, both of which help manage blood sugar.
Cooked quinoa is high in fiber and protein and is digested slowly, allowing for a continuous release of glucose into your body.
Source: Bottom Line Personal September 2017 Roundup of experts on nutrition, quoted in Prevention
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