10 Energy-Boosting Superfood Snacks 

Protein is a powerhouse macro when it comes to satiety, and pistachios are a go-to for a protein-packed snack, as they provide all of the essential amino acids in plant-based form.


Walnuts, almonds, and pumpkin seeds give healthful lipids, protein, magnesium, and iron.Dried cranberries and dark chocolate chips increase mood and sweetness.

Nut and dried fruit trail mix.

Avocados contain fiber, folate, magnesium, and vitamin E. Goodson recommends avocado toast on whole wheat bread with cucumber, chia seeds, and microgreens.

Avocado toast

Watermelon can help dehydrated people feel invigorated. Watermelon's higher water content and lower calorie count make it filling without exceeding your calorie objectives.


Greek yogurt is a superfood snack because it is high in protein and probiotics, which promote digestion and intestinal health.

Fruit-filled Greek yogurt

"Milk does a body good," because it provides 13 vital elements, including high-quality protein, B vitamins, calcium, vitamin D, iodine, potassium, selenium, and more.


Chia seeds are small but nutrient-dense. Chia seed pudding with milk, vanilla, blueberries, and pecans is Goodson's mid-afternoon snack. 

Chia pudding

Eggs 6 grams of protein fill you up before meals. Eggs are full of vitamins and nutrients, so they may fill you up and nourish your body. 

Scrambled eggs

Chickpeas provide manganese, folate, copper, zinc, and iron while reducing hunger and aiding digestion. Half a can has 8 grams of fiber and 9 grams of protein. 

Chickpeas in the oven

A sliced apple with nut butter is a superfood-packed snack that can keep you full between meals. High-fiber apples take longer to digest. 

Nut butter with apples

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