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Do men have specific dietary needs?

The Healthy EmployeeBlood pressure & heart disease Do men have specific dietary needs?

Do men have specific dietary needs?

Men typically carry a larger muscle mass than women, and have a higher metabolic rate. This means that they require higher calories. What should an average man’s diet contain for the greatest health benefits?

  • Little to no red meat
  • Low or reduced fat dairy products
  • No saturated fats
  • Plenty of fruit and vegetables
  • Adequate amounts of lean protein
  • Limited alcohol (no more than 14 units per week, spread throughout the week, with at least 2 consecutive alcohol free days)

Other healthy lifestyle habits to boost health:

  • Manage stress effectively
  • Quit smoking
  • Make exercise a priority
  • Have regular medical check-ups
  • Maintain a healthy weight


Male health boosting nutrients:

  • Lycopenes

Watermelon, pink grapefruit, tomatoes, papaya

Lowers the risk of prostate and lung cancer

  • Vitamins B6, B12 and folate

Pork, chicken, turkey, fish, whole grains, oats, low-fat dairy foods, legumes, asparagus, eggs

Lowers risk of cardiovascular disease

  • Selenium, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc

Seafood, lean meat, eggs, beans, nuts, melon, citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables

May help to boost male fertility

The Healthy Employee
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