Men and women differ in a lot of things and one of them is food. We have different nutritional requirements and we react to some food differently than the opposite sex does. Knowing these fundamental differences can help you take your nutrition to the next level.
What must men eat?
We know exactly what to eat owing to our knowledge of our individual chemistry. We may need more protein than the average female to maintain muscle mass or benefit from food that help us thwart the many diseases common to men such as prostate cancer. Men suffer more from cardiovascular diseases than females do, so its best that our nutrition should focus more on the prevention or early onset of these diseases.
* Cabbage. Its advised that we take nutrient-rich food but with less calories. Similar food helps improve circulation of the blood. Cabbage is one of these examples and its good if this food forms part of our regular diet.
* Oysters. Men should not only look tough in the boardroom but also in the bedroom. And yes, a few oysters can readily supply your body with the necessary nutrients to power your reproductive system as well as other important metabolic processes in our body including cell repair and an increased healthy sperm count. All these are accounted to oysters being high in mineral zinc with plenty of antioxidant properties. But people with pre-existing medical conditions such as diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, and rheumatoid arthritis, should take precautions with the amount of zinc that they consume in their diet due to increased infection or inflammation.
* Salmon. Fish like salmon are an excellent reservoir of protein and essential fatty acids. If finding fresh fish is a challenge for you, you can opt for the canned version, since both almost share the same nutritional values. The UK is a country surrounded by water, so its not impossible to find a plentiful supply of salmon. You could enlist the help of a Finchley escort to help you do your weekly shopping and find the best fresh produce.
* Bananas, Broccoli, nuts, and whole grains. Bananas provide you with loads of energy from potassium and vitamin B6 promote normal metabolism and help with the formation of red blood cells. Super food broccoli has loads of vitamin C and sulphoraphane which is believed to have anti-cancer properties. Nuts also contain antioxidants such as magnesium and selenium which are minerals needed by the body in small amounts, and whole grains for your fibre source.
Exercise and Lifestyle
Whilst food plays an important role in our overall well being, its just part of leading a healthy Lifestyle, which also includes taking enough rest, having regular, healthy diversions such as going out with your loved ones, and not smoking. Getting regular exercise is also critical to maintaining good health for men.