Minerals like magnesium and B vitamins help convert food to energy, making almonds a snack superstar.
Whole-grain carbs provide sustained energy. Berman believes fiber in whole grains prevents blood sugar drops from refined or simple carbohydrates.
Peanut butter is high in calories, yet a little goes a long way to provide a tasty energy boost.
Salmon is nicknamed "brain food" for a reason. Omega-3 fatty acids, polyunsaturated fats that boost brain function and vitality, give the rich-tasting fish its name
A banana and low-fat milk or yogurt create a great breakfast with fiber and protein.
"Frozen blueberries are great because they add fiber and vitamins to your oatmeal and make it cooler.