If you’ve ever looked at a calorie intake chart or a diet plan, you’ve probably seen that men require more calories per day than women. But meeting men’s daily nutrition needs means more than consuming more calories.
Men are different from women in all kinds of ways — including their nutritional needs. Just as women need particular nutrients during pregnancy or for protection from breast cancer, men need nutrients that can help them maintain muscle mass, prevent prostate cancer, and more.
Many foods that tend to be favorites among men are not the best choices for good health. Yet a healthy diet and regular physical activity can help prevent heart disease and cancer, the No. 1 and No. 2 killers for men over 35. They can also enhance performance, from the board room to the bedroom.Read the Full Article