Men’s Fitness

Men’s Fitness

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If we talk about health, comparatively men are less healthy conscious than women. They even talk less about health and diet in public, neither are they regular visitors to medical fitness. But they are fond of joining, and other sport activities. Apart from health gap men are more likely smokers and alcohol consumers, they are even more habitual of eating junk and more active to unhealthy choices. Moreover, lack of social networking and work stress effect a lot of men’s behaviour and fitness, busy schedules and hectic days are one of the leading cause for life longevity too. Aggression, violence, exercises are some other root cause points for men’s health and wellness.

Males are different from females in kinds of ways, including nutritional requirements, they both are differently prone to health related issues too. Health research recommends that women need more iron intake and men need more fibre content, calcium is beneficial, but females need more calcium as compared to males. Nutritional food chart of men in itself is more according work, body type, and nutritional needs. The scientific evidence on health and wellness claimed that females are more diet conscious so they prefer organic (fruits and vegetables) or homemade foodstuff, which is logically more healthy but one the other side males are good and prefer burgers, pizza etc. Men love “meal on wheels” means, they love to eat from outdoor cafes, restaurants and all. They are more prone to taste not opt for nutritional needs. So be conscious, what’s your plate? Ask yourself, what you are eating is really healthy for you? Now let’s talk about the best supplements for men. What are the sources and how they are beneficial to men?

Fibre: Faber content plays an important role in wellness and fitness. It is also termed as roughage, which is the plant based organic diet like fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, beans. They are highly nutritious and protects one from many deadly diseases. Fibre intakes are mainly beneficial for digestive system, but also contribute to health. From improving system for stabilizing blood sugar and cholesterol levels, dietary fibre intake can do much better than we can really think. It also helps in maintaining weight, controls sugar level of patience, even protects from heart diseases (heart strokes, heart attack and blockage in heart veins). Fibre diet also helps in relieves constipation and promotes the movement in the tract. Apart from all these above health benefits, fibre content in food wonders for cancer patients. American Institute for Cancer Research found that taking high fibre content in meals can the risk of cancer cells development in the mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, colon, rectum and stomach even breast cancer. Intake fibre can decrease diverticulitis, an inflammation of the intestine. Sources of fibre food are divided according to the type of fibre, there are two types of fibre.

  1. Soluble Fibre: which dissolves in water, helps in lowering the glucose level (blood sugar) and blood cholesterol. The sources in these categories are: whole grains (oats, bran, barley, whole wheat, brown rice), nuts (peanuts, almonds, walnuts, pecans, etc.), beans (French beans, yellow beans, kidney beans, mug beans, pinto beans, navy beans, white beans, black turtle beans, black beans, Lima beans, etc.), seeds (sesame seeds, sunflower seeds), lentils, peas, fruits (pears, plums, apples, berries, grapefruits, grape, pineapples, prunes, peaches cantaloupe, raisins, squash) and vegetables (carrots, sprouts, baked potatoes, spinach, string beans, cabbage, turnips, sweet potatoes, broccoli, kale, zucchini, cabbage, corns) are rich sources of water dissolving fibre.
  2. Insoluble Fibre: which does not absorb or dissolve in water, helps system to pass food through tract and reduces the risk of constipation which is beneficial for intestinal health. It promotes easy digestion and the occurrence of haemorrhoids. The insoluble fibre food are: wheat bran, vegetables (carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes), whole grain meals, brown rice, legumes and cereals, pulses, raw fruits (with/without peal) instead of juices, flax seeds, okra, turnips, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, various types of beans (kidney beans, lima beans, navy beans, etc.), apricots, mangoes, oranges, arts are enriched sources of insoluble dietary fibre and are the best supplements for men.

Potassium: Is an essential mineral for men, needed for various functions in. Most importantly potassium helps in healthy growth of bones, needed for muscles and nerves fitness. It is essential, even in controlling high blood pressure. It maintains fluid balance and helps in kidney functions. Potassium is one of the best supplements for men as it lowers the risk of heart strokes and osteoporosis. Adequate intake of potassium can men with sexual performance.

 Potassium is type of electrolyte, many food contain this essential nutrient: vegetables (broccoli, peas, lima beans, kidney beans, white beans, tomatoes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash, mushrooms, butternut, zucchini, green leafy vegetables, collard, Swiss chard, kale), soy products, red meat, chicken, fish (salmon, cod, flounder, sardines), fruits (apricots, bananas, avocados, raisins, peaches, kiwi, cantaloupe, citrus fruits, prunes, oranges), milk, nuts, yogurt.

Selenium: Is naturally found mineral in food and water. It plays essential healthy metabolism and is one of the best supplements for men’s health. Deficiency of this essential mineral is rarely found usually found in those people where the soil and water contain low content of selenium. This natural mineral carries antioxidant properties, which play role in system and cell damage. It lowers the risk of heart diseases (attacks and strokes). It may prevent cancer but is also responsible for causing it too. Research says that low selenium is the lead cause of HIV, neurological abnormalities, skin and nail changes. As because of antioxidant properties selenium is good for the skin, even prevent heat burns and sunburns.

Selenium food: oysters, lobsters, tuna, octopus, clams, squid, shrimps, rock fish, swordfish, halibut, tilapia, snapper, eggs, Brazil nuts, walnuts, cashew nuts, macadamia nuts, black nuts, whole-wheat bread, seeds (sesame, Chia, sunflower, pumpkin, squash, flax), pork, beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, mushrooms, brown rice, oatmeal, beans (lima, pinto), broccoli, cabbage, spinach etc, are enriched sources of selenium.

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