Men’s Health: Best Foods For Men


You know how women need particular vitamins and minerals during pregnancy and protection for breast cancer? Men, too – have their particular nutrient requirements that can help them maintain muscle strength; prevent prostate cancer, and more.

These are foods for men to become stronger, healthier, and leaner than ever!

Here are the four best foods for men

  1. Wild-Caught Salmon

Vitamin D deficiency may have a say to erectile dysfunction (ED). Men need their vitamin D to get help minimize the risk for ED by helping to reduce vascular damage caused by inflammation. Also, they have omega-3 fatty acids, which protect against heart disease, the top killer of men in the U. S.

  1. Oysters

Oysters, the food of love, it’s true that just a few oysters each day will deliver a full day’s supply of the antioxidant mineral zinc. Zinc is involved in hundreds of body processes, from producing DNA to repairing cells. Some men need to add zinc to their diet, why? Because sperm count is linked to your diet. Low zinc levels translate into lowered sperm counts. Zinc can enhance that.

  1. Bananas

Bananas are good for all human beings. Men can get more than enough energy and strength from bananas since they are rich in potassium. So enjoy a banana each day, at breakfast on your whole grain-cereal or before your workout at the gym.

  1. Coconut water

Coconut water is part of the list because it helps maintain electrolyte imbalance, reduces risk of hypertension and stroke, helps replace fluid loss and helps prevent diarrhoea its enriched with magnesium, potassium, manganese & Vitamin C. It’s said to be an ultimate sports drink.

Being human needs a lot of maintaining and avoiding to do.

As women may have their own disease, men may theirs too – erectile dysfunction, muscle recovery after exercise, depression, cognitive impairment, infertility, loss of sperm and more — include these foods to  help protect you from men’s health issues. No matter how old you are, both men and women have to do their part in keeping healthy.


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