Foods that are great for men’s health

It’s been awhile since I did a food trivia post. Well, since I did loads of fat burning food, foods to prevent cancer, etc, I might as well, do one on foods good for men, as in, you know, to keep things ‘up’ when it’s supposed to be and to keep the prostrate healthy too so that you can maintain the flow when visiting the loo. (be patient, women, I will post a separate one for women’s health later, now just read this and impart it to your husband/father/ brother/ etc)

You know, when a man reach middle age (or even earlier, depending on your health condition), one of the main health problems that could happen is the prostrate problem. It could lead to enlarged prostrate or worse, prostrate cancer. Then, there is also the more embarrassing problem which may end up with you searching for viagra online.

But, you can actually prevent this from happening. You only need to be more selective in your foods and choose foods for prostrate health. There are a lot of foods that are good for prostrate health (and sexual health too) that you can eat on a daily basis to prevent any future suffering of prostrate problems. Here are some of the foods:

Foods good for prostrate health

1. Soy and soy products like tofu


Research has shown that soy food products like soya milk and tofu (beancurd) is really good for prostrate health. Instead of drinking milk, why not substitute it with soy milk? It is healthier and better for your prostrate.

2. Fruits and Vegetables that contain Quercetin and lycopene


This would include vegetables like broccoli, kale and cabbage. Fruits that have this compounds are grapefruit, berries, melons and tomatoes. So, in short, do add more vegetables and fruits to your diet for the sake of your prostrate health. Even red wine is good as it is derived from grapes that has lycopene too, but it is better to eat the grapes than to go for the wine because alcohol is not good for prostrate health.

3. Water and clear vegetable broths


Yes, water is always good for health, especially so for prostrate health because it helps to flush out the toxins in your body and get things going as smoothly as possible. Clear vegetable broths are also good as it is full of nutrients from the vegetables and because it is liquid, it also helps to flush out your kidney and bladder to prevent any possible blockage.

Now, other than consuming the above mentioned foods more regularly, it is important that you try to limit some foods to prevent prostrate problems. Or if you already have a prostrate problem, these are the foods to limit or cut out of your diet completely:

1. Meat  – because this triples your risk of prostrate enlargement

2. Milk – because this doubles your risk (thus, it is better to drink soy milk as substitute which is good for prostrate health)

As with any advice for a healthier lifestyle, do try to cut down your caffeine and alcohol consumption. Instead, drink more herbal caffeine-free teas or water, eat more fruits and vegetables and add grains to your diet for a healthy body, healthy prostrate and no worries of any disappointment between the sheets and you won’t ever need to furtively search for viagra or cialis.

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Comments: 2

  1. Marion November 7, 2009 at 11:52 am

    Hi there everyone.

    Getting men to eat the veges is sometimes a challenge but it’s exactly what they need to keep their body healthy.
    Spiralina which is like having a dose of green veges is good to have, just one teaspoon or more if you like, can add vitamins to your diet. Try putting it in a smoothie if you don’t like the taste.

    Also add a fibre mix to men’s yoghurt, add a bit of honey so they won’t even taste it!

    It works with my mate!

    Thanks for listening.
    .-= Marion´s last blog ..Where can I buy Kneeling Chairs Online? =-.

  2. Hemmroids November 12, 2009 at 11:12 pm

    Hi I like your blog you write good and informational articles Keep up the good work! :)

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