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What Is the Best Diet Plan for Men

It is not always easy to maintain a healthy diet in today's society. Because there are so many fast food and junk food options available, a guy may be tempted to just shrug and eat whatever he wants, leaving his health in the hands of chance.However, this is not the best course of action. It is possible to improve men's health and help them maintain a healthy weight by eating a nutritious diet with appropriate portions. Men's health can be improved by eating specific foods that not only help to prevent cancer, but also aid to lower the risk of heart disease, and to increase overall vitality.

Men's Health: How to Develop a Healthy DietEating well for men's health requires putting together a daily diet that includes the following options:• Five or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day is recommended. The nutrients, vitamins, and fiber they provide make them a nutritious and low-calorie snack option. Make sure to consume a variety of veggies in a variety of hues — think green, orange, yellow, red, and even purple — to obtain the most nutritional value. Avoid eating veggies that have been cooked in fat, such as fried zucchini or onion rings.

• A minimum of six servings of whole grain breads, cereals, and starchy vegetables per day. Whole grains offer more fiber, which can help lower your blood cholesterol levels while also making you feel fuller. Whole-grain breads and cereals made without refined white flour are preferable than those made with refined white flour. Peas, corn, potatoes, and dried beans such as pinto or kidney beans are examples of starchy vegetables. These vegetables, if cooked without a lot of extra fat, will help you feel full while consuming a relatively little amount of calories. It is possible that if you are attempting to lose weight or if you have a family history of prediabetes or diabetes, you will need to restrict your intake of carbohydrates in general.

• Two to three servings of low-fat dairy products per week. Choose low-fat dairy products such as skim milk, fat-free or 1 percent yogurt, and low-fat cheeses.

• Two or three portions of lean meat, poultry, and fish per person every day Choose pieces of meat that have little to no visible fat, and remove the skin from chicken and other fowl before preparing them. Dishes that are fried or breaded should be avoided.

• Limit your intake of sweets. Reduce your intake of sugary foods high in refined carbs, such as pastries, other desserts, and sweetened cereals, in order to improve your health. These foods have a lot of calories, yet they give little or no nutritious value.

• Keep your sodium consumption to a minimum. Use herbs to season your food instead of salt, and reduce your intake of processed foods.

• Avoid saturated fats at all costs. Clogged arteries and heart disease are associated with the use of fats such as butter, cheese, and lard. Conversely, when consumed in moderation, monounsaturated fats such as olive oil, almonds, and avocados can actually assist to improve your levels of "good" cholesterol (high density lipoprotein or HDL), which helps to protect against heart disease. Sponsored by

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