Share on :

Five Nutritious Foods for Men

Five Nutritious Foods for Men
Keeping healthy is important. Exercising and keeping your diet should be done well. Especially for men, it helps to know the types of nutritious foods and nutritious for your body.  

Below, there are some healthy recipes and common types of food you eat, but others may have never known before. But there's nothing wrong, you try to eat them for health: 

1. Bit. These bulbs have a very sweet taste than other vegetables. The dark red fruit contains a lot of sugar in the rough skin layers. Why bit healthier? As well as spinach, beets are rich in folate and betaine content. Two types of these nutrients can reduce levels of homocysteine ​​in your blood vessels. Homocysteine ​​is a compound in the blood may damage arteries and increase the risk of heart disease. The content of natural pigments - called betacyanins - the bit is a natural cancer prevention.

2. Cabbage / cauliflower. Who does not know this vegetable. One cup of chopped cabbage contains 22 calories and a number of other important nutrients. Call it sulforaphane, a chemical that can increase the production of enzymes in the body that inhibit the cellular damage from free radicals and reduce the risk of cancer. The experts at Stanford University stated, sulforaphane can increase the production of an enzyme inhibitor of cancer is more effective than other chemical compounds contained in vegetables. 

3. Guava. Guava is a tropical fruit that has a complicated structure of the acid. The sweet taste of this fruit will taste when you bite in the middle. Guava is rich in lycopene content, a type of antioxidant that can cope with prostate cancer. A cup of Guava juice contains 688 milligrams of potassium, or 63 percent more than is found in bananas. Guava is also known as high-fiber foods. There are about 9 grams of fiber in a glass of Guava.

4. Swiss chard. Half cup of cooked Swiss chard contains 10 mg each of lutein and zeaxanthin. According to Harvard scientists, two of these compounds - also known as carotenoids - may protect the retina from damage caused by aging. Two of these nutrients, which is actually a pigment, will accumulate in the retina, which is used to absorb various types of short-wave rays that could potentially damage the eye. Therefore, the more lutein and zeaxanthin intake, the better protection of your eyes.

5. Cinnamon. Cinnamon can help you control your blood pressure monitor, which would affect the risk of heart disease. In fact, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) states, people with type-2 diabetes who consumed 1 gram of cinnamon daily for six weeks (about 1/4 teaspoon per day) significantly decreased blood sugar, triglycerides and LDL cholesterol. Cinnamon contains methylhydroxychalcone polymers, which can increase the body's cells ability to metabolize sugar by up to 20 times. (dechacare)

0 komentar:

Post a Comment

Please don't SPAM !!!

Leave your opinion and i'll visit your blog.

Happy Blogging ^^



Join With Us


Blog Analyze

Tegar - Find me on

W3 Directory - the World Wide Web Directory

Free SEO Tools Free Web Monitoring: Your Free Web Site Monitoring Service
ping fast  my blog, website, or RSS feed for Free
Text Back Link Exchange Text Backlink Exchanges RSS Search Health blogs Blog Directory & Search engine


Free Blog Directory

Globe of Blogs

Blog Listings

Blog Directory - Directory, reviews and more. Your one-stop blog spot!

Blog search directory

Web Directory

Link Market - Free Link Exchange, Link Building and Link Trade Directory
Have you ever tried to exchange links, link building, or trade links? Was it hard? Use Link Market instead; - it is easy to use, free and very smart. It will save you hours of work.

Rental Property In France
Are you looking for rental property in france? Book directly with owners. Long term lets, rentals and gites in france. Discounted listings for rental owners

When U Want Us
Telfords local & privately owned family domestic & commercial cleaning company that offers an individual & flexible cleaning service