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Foods That Improves A Male Health

Believe me when I say 'Men are no fools'. when it comes to protein, we know not all meat is created equal. Do you know whether eggs or tuna packs a bigger protein punch? How about other options like beans or dairy?

    Whether it's breakfast, lunch, or dinner, we men have great taste for a good proteinous meal.


 As a man, staying healthy means eating mostly what's good for anyone, more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, and low-fat dairy products. But there are some subtle differences between healthy diets for men and healthy diets for women, even though we share 98.5% of our DNA.


So let's find out which food are the best protein foods for men with our easy guide below:


Chicken, turkey and lean pork

 For lean meat, there's no better choice than these three. They pack incredible servings of protein while staying slim on calories and fat. That's enough to repair those muscles after the most intense of workouts. So meals that contain any of these is good for men.

 Eggs

After a morning workout and jogging, men would love food spiced with egg. Two eggs contain 13 grams of protein. Very essential for men.


 Beans and lentils

 You can't go wrong with meals like black bean tacos, chickpea curry, hummus, or lentil soup. We could go on, but just know that while beans may make you toot, they also rock a protein punch. Energy for men.


 Fish with omega-3

For men it's advisable to eat fish, Eat more fatty fish, like salmon, halibut, and sardines. These fish come loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to lower your risks of heart disease. However, you should be careful not to consume too much tuna, marlin or sailfish, for example, as they can contain high levels of mercury.


Meat

 The healthiest proteins are low in fat, and some cuts of red meat fit this bill, including lean cuts of beef and pork. What's more, the amino acid leucine is found in red meat. That's important because this is the amino acid responsible for building and maintaining muscle mass.

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