Health Blogs — Men's Health

Making the Most of a Men’s Multivitamin

Posted by Traci Garcia on

Making the Most of a Men’s Multivitamin

Are you familiar with men’s special health needs? There are many strategies—beginning with diet and a quality multi—that can help men achieve optimal wellness. Here’s an obvious statement: men’s health needs are different than women’s. But knowing what support is needed at each stage of life is not so simple. Either way, it all begins with proactive health strategies.   Focus on a healthy diet is key. Unfortunately, because of depleted soil, food processing, and the prevalence of (and sometimes reliance on) fast foods and convenience foods, it can be hard for men to get all of the nutrients they...

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8 Foods for Prostate Health

Posted by Traci Garcia on

8 Foods for Prostate Health

Going to the doctor for a prostate checkup is not among the top things men like to do, but if you’re 40 years or older, it’s time to pay more attention to this important gland. In recent years, the connection between diet and prostate health has grown stronger, as study after study demonstrates the benefits of particular foods to protect against, and manage, certain prostate conditions. Here are eight “prostate supportive” foods: Brazil nuts Selenium is an essential trace mineral, and increased serum levels of  selenium have been associated with a lower risk of certain prostate conditions.1 Eating just two of...

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8 Foods for Prostate Health

Posted by Matthew White on

8 Foods for Prostate Health

  Going to the doctor for a prostate checkup is not among the top things men like to do, but if you’re 40 years or older, it’s time to pay more attention to this important gland. In recent years, the connection between diet and prostate health has grown stronger, as study after study demonstrates the benefits of particular foods to protect against, and manage, certain prostate conditions. Here are eight “prostate supportive” foods: Brazil nuts Selenium is an essential trace mineral, and increased serum levels of selenium have been associated with a lower risk of certain prostate conditions.1 Eating just...

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