4 Foods To Boost Your Energy

4 Foods To Boost Your Energy

Busy daily routines often make the body's energy slowly increasingly thinning. As a result you often feel tired or sleepy in the office due to lack of rest time. Maybe to overcome it, coffee is helpful, but not always.

Here is a list of some foods that can provide the energy needed by your body. What are they?

1. Eggs

Eggs are the right breakfast choice because as a complete source of protein and contains nine essential amino acids that can increase energy and fight fatigue. Egg consumption is entirely, because the egg yolks contain tyrosine. Can also be added spinach, which also contains tyrosine.

For the treatment, all cooking methods actually reduce the tyrosine level by about 50 percent, but the most important is to avoid using a microwave because it can reduce the tyrosine content even further.

Scrambled Eggs on Toast (S$9.00) by RONIN

17 Hong Kong Street, Singapore 059660
Clarke Quay MRT
Daily : 08:00am - 06:00pm
S$10 - S$30 per pax
Wicked Mocha (S$5.80), French Toast (S$15.00), Scrambled Eggs on Toast (S$9.00)


Corned Beef Scotch Egg (S$17.50) by Curious Palette

64 Prinsep Street, Singapore 188667
Bencoolen MRT
Monday - Sunday : 09:00am - 10:00pm
Tuesday : Closed
Friday & Saturday : 09:00am - 12:00am
+65 6238 1068
S$15 - S$35 per pax
Berry Ricotta Hotcake (S$14.90), Flat White (S$4.90), Corned Beef Scotch Egg (S$17.50), Spam Fries (S$11.90), Buttermilk Waffle with Greek Yoghurt (S$12.90)


Salted Egg Onion Rings (S$13.00) by The Refinery

115 King George's Avenue #01-02, Singapore 208561
Lavender MRT
Monday : Closed
Tuesday - Thursday : 12:00pm - 03:00pm, 06:00pm - 12:00am
Friday : 12:00pm - 03:00pm, 06:00pm - 01:00am
Saturday : 11:00am - 04:00pm, 06:00pm - 01:00am
Sunday : 11:00am - 04:00pm
+65 6293 1204
S$15 - S$35 per pax
Refinery Gyudon (S$17.00), Salted Egg Onion Rings (S$13.00), Pulled Pork Don (Lunch) (S$14.00), Cauliflower Fritto (S$10.00), Chicken-Not-So-Little Waffle (Weekend Brunch) (S$24.00)


2. Red paprika


A cup of paprika contains almost three times the amount of vitamin C needed each day. It helps fight fatigue by activating enzymes involved in energy production. Consume raw peppers because vitamin C is easily destroyed by heat and water, so when the peppers are cooked, the vitamin C content is much less.

If you like it, you can eat green or yellow bell peppers. However, green peppers contain less vitamin C than red peppers, while yellow peppers contain more vitamin C.

Honey Paprika Crispy Wings (S$10.00) by Lola's Cafe

5/7 Simon Road, Singapore 545893
Kovan MRT
Monday : Closed
Tuesday - Sunday : 10:00am - 11:30pm
Friday & Saturday : 10:00am - 12:00am
+65 6284 0349
S$10 - S$30 per pax
Honey Paprika Crispy Wings (S$10.00)


Honey Paprika Wings (S$8.00) by 23 Jumpin

1 Irving Place #01-25, Singapore 369546
Tai Seng MRT
Monday : Closed
Tuesday - Sunday : 11:00am - 09:00pm
+65 9137 5697
S$10 - S$30 per pax
Honey Paprika Wings (S$8.00), Duck Confit (S$16.00)


3. Watermelon

Said researchers from the United States, eating water-rich foods, such as watermelon is the key to help prevent fatigue. Yes, because watermelon contains 92 percent water. In order for your energy to improve and obtain optimal results, you can make it into the form of juice drinks.

Strawberry Watermelon Cake (S$7.80) by Cream & Custard

46 Jalan Bukit Ho Swee #01-894, Singapore 160046
Tiong Bahru MRT
Monday - Friday : 11:00am - 07:00pm
Saturday : 10:00am - 06:00pm
Sunday : Closed
+65 9111 8696
S$5 - S$15 per pax
Strawberry Watermelon Cake (S$7.80), Lychee Rose Cake (S$7.80)


Watermelon Soju (S$38.00) by Chicken Up (Tanjong Pagar)

48 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-01, Singapore 088469
Tanjong Pagar MRT
Monday - Thursday : 05:30pm - 02:00am
Friday & Saturday : 05:30pm - 03:00am
Sunday : 05:30pm - 12:00am
+65 6220 3045
S$10 - S$30 per pax
Watermelon Soju (S$38.00), Bulgogi Fries (S$18.00), YangNyum Chicken Wings (S$12.00)


Chicken 'N' Watermelon 'N' Waffles (S$45.00) by The Bird Southern Table & Bar

2 Bayfront Avenue L1-82 Bay Level & B1-07 Galleria Level The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Bayfront MRT
Monday - Friday : 11:00am - 02:00am
Saturday & Sunday : 10:00am - 02:00am
+65 6688 9959
S$42 - S$72 per pax
Chicken 'N' Watermelon 'N' Waffles (S$45.00)


4. Oyster

Oysters contain iron which is very important to transport oxygen into the blood and it is also very important to increase the energy requirement so that the brain can think clearly and keep the concentration.

Should not eat processed dairy foods such as cheese and cream together with oysters. That's because the calcium contained in dairy foods can inhibit the absorption of iron.

Oysters (Happy Hour) (S$2.00) by Tanuki Raw (Orchard Central)

181 Orchard Road #04-01 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896
Somerset MRT
Daily : 11:00am - 10:30pm
+65 6636 5949
S$15 - S$35 per pax
Oysters (Happy Hour) (S$2.00), Foie Gras Truffle Yakiniku (S$19.90), Garlic Butter Chicken (S$12.90)


Fried Oyster Don (Lunch) (S$12.00) by Katanashi

77 Boat Quay, Singapore 049865
Clarke Quay MRT
Monday - Friday : 11:45am - 02:30pm, 05:00pm - 11:30pm
Saturday : 05:00pm - 11:30pm
Sunday : Closed
+65 6533 0490
S$10 - S$20 per pax
Chicken Teritama Don (Lunch) (S$12.00), Unatama Don (Lunch) (S$12.00), Fried Oyster Don (Lunch) (S$12.00)


Oyster Omelette (#01-28) Xing Li Cooked Food (S$4.00) by Old Airport Road Food Centre

51 Old Airport Road, Singapore 390051
Dakota MRT
S$5 - S$15 per pax
Oyster Omelette (#01-28) Xing Li Cooked Food (S$4.00), Egg Tart - #01-43 Jia Mei Homemade Bakery Products 家美自制面包 (S$1.10), Char Kway Teow - #01-138 Dong Ji Fried Kway Teow (S$3.00), Fried Pig Intestines (#01-112) New Eastern Kim Tee (S$6.00)