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A 29-year-old male asked:

What are good foods to eat that can make me have energy?

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Dr. Ryan Venis
Emergency Medicine 19 years experience
Depends: For short bursts of energy you want simple sugars or stimulants like caffeine. For long term energy low carb high protein diets are best.

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Every healthy food: Healthy non processed food and good rest will help increase energy.
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Any: Any and all nutritious foods are metabolized for energy, that's why you eat in the first place. There are no "energy" foods or supplements, things with caffeine in them like coffee and cola are short term stimulants, but not "energy". Sty lean, eat healthy and exercise.

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