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Best Foods for Men

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Rated 0 points - posted 12 years ago by redmark in category Food & Drink.
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Sirloin steak Report Abuse
One of the best protein sources and also an excellent source of iron to fight against maile anemia
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Water Report Abuse
Need to prevent dehydration and water has a powerful effect on the body and all bodily functions
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Green Leafy Vegetables Report Abuse
They are packed with nutrition e.g. beta-carotene, vitamin E, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and potassium
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Oatmeal Report Abuse
Full of fiber, B vitamins (for stress) and zinc (for the prostate)
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Fatty Fish Report Abuse
With omega-3s, they benefit the heart, circulation, and immune systems plus reduce the risk for prostate cancer
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Brazil Nuts Report Abuse
Packed with magnesium and selenium that are powerful antioxidants that may help prevent heart disease and cancer as well as protect prostate health
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Berries/Cherries Report Abuse
Enhance brain function and keep brain healthy
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Swiss chard Report Abuse
Excellent source of lutein and zeaxanthin which help protect eyes from the damages of aging.
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Cabbage Report Abuse
Full of nutrients and low in calories. Perfect to eat when trying to shed body fat. Gives you a sense of fullness.
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Cottage cheese Report Abuse
Great source of casein protein,that supplies your body with slow-digesting protein - good if lifting weights.
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Nuts Report Abuse
Great source of vitamin E which helps with heart health
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Brown Rice Report Abuse
High in fiber with B vitamins, magnesium, potassium and zinc
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Garlic Report Abuse
Can bring down blood cholesterol levels
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Oysters Report Abuse
Deliver a full day’s supply of the antioxidant zinc, which is involved in many body processes, from producing DNA to repairing cells
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Bananas Report Abuse
Portable source of quick energy that are rich in potassium, useful in regulating nerves, heartbeat and blood pressure
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Broccoli Report Abuse
Loaded with vitamin C, beta-carotene, potassium, and a phytochemical called sulphoraphane that has strong anticancer (prostate and colon) properties
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Whole Grains Report Abuse
Rich in lutein that is good for prostate health
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Plant Stanols Report Abuse
Can lower mildly elevated blood cholesterol levels
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Soybeans Report Abuse
Protects prostate health and shown to lower prostate cancer risk
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Red-Orange Vegetables Report Abuse
Found less likely to develop benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or enlarged prostate
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