Men's Supplements

Foods That Men Should Eat and Foods That They Should Avoid

As I was doing my usual morning routine of jogging/brisk walking around the park, I saw
a couple of old men that generally do not do anything other than looking at the lake.

Now, I am not saying that that is not a perfectly fine activity to do- it is. However, I
cannot stop but wonder how these men have generally given up their active parts of
their life.

I see old men that still work out and become more active than others. But these men,
no, they have weak bones and they do not do so well from a physical standpoint.

I admit, I used to be obese but I made certain lifestyle changes to make me who I am
today. I am not only healthier, but I also ensure that I get my physical activity every
single day.

That being said, if you want to become more active and more energetic, there are
certain nutrients that you need to pay close attention to so that you will not get deficient
on these. Furthermore, taking the right supplements for men can surely do wonders as well.

Read further to find out what foods men should eat and which ones they must avoid at
all costs.

Foods to Eat

1. Fish

Seafood, in general, is good for men. Fatty fish, especially more so. Fatty fish like tuna,
salmon, and halibut contain Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D. These nutrients can
help improve heart health and strengthen bone density to ensure that your joints are still
functional even as you grow older.

Aside from that, the protein content in the fatty fish I’ve mentioned should provide your
body enough nutrients to help prevent muscle deterioration (which is common among
the old folks).

2. Dark Vegetables

Although all of the vegetables provide health benefits, the darker ones should be
incorporated into your diet at all costs.

Vegetables like Spinach, beets, kale, broccoli, romaine lettuce, and collard greens are
loaded with nutrients such as vitamin D, calcium, and antioxidants that will keep free
radicals at bay.

3. Whole Grains

Carbohydrates are our main energy sources since when it is broken down by the body,
it is converted into glucose.

That being said, there are a lot of different carb sources out there, but you should only
get your carbs from whole grains.

They are rich in fiber, are generally healthy for you, and provides other key nutrients
that your body needs.

Foods to Avoid

1. Processed Foods

Processed foods are jam-packed with preservatives which can be detrimental to your
health when consumed in large doses.
Therefore, you should avoid processed foods, as well as fast-food items as they are
filled with unhealthy agents that can be bad for your health.

2. Sugary Drinks

Sodas and other sugary drinks should be avoided as they contain a lot of sugar. Sugar
can lead to type-2 diabetes which is a medical condition that can lead to health complications.

3. Fatty Meats

Rib-eye steaks, bacon, and other tasty meats are filled with saturated fat. Saturated fat
isn’t entirely bad for your body, but it should only be consumed in moderate quantities.

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