10 Tips for Men: How to Look & Feel Better

How to look and feel better

Here are 10 tips on how to look and feel better with better nutrition. See below for additional products from Amazon that can help you transition into a healthy eating habit.

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Take charge of your eating habits by choosing the types and amounts of foods you need. Make your food choices a priority and be physically active so you can be healthy and happy.

Number Onemagic foods do not existLooking and Feeling better Magic Hat

Let’s face it, there’s no such thing as the perfect food. There are some foods men need to eat such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, protein (beans, eggs, or lean meats) and dairy (1% milk). And, with the right foods, you’ll get nutrients you need for good health – including magnesium, potassium, calcium, vitamin D, fiber, and protein.

Number Twoif it’s there, you’ll eat it

Yes, even nutritious food! Keep healthy foods Pile of Fruits and Vegetablesin your kitchen that need little preparation. Keep your fridge filled with carrots, apples, oranges, low-fat yogurt, and eggs. Stock up on fresh, canned, or frozen vegetables and fruits, lean meats, canned beans, and tuna or salmon. Find healthier heat-and eat options to replace heating up a frozen pizza.

Number Threewhole grains help you feel full

Make sure half your grains are whole grains. Whole GrainsWhole grains can help give you a feeling of fullness and add key nutrients your body needs. Choose whole-wheat breads, pasta, and crackers; brown rice; and oatmeal instead of white bread, rice, or other refined-grain products.

Number Fourbuild habits that don’t add pounds

Cut calories by skipping foods high inPicture of Salt Sugar Fat in Bowls solid fats and added sugar. Limit fatty meats like ribs, bacon, and hot dogs. Cakes, cookies, candies, and ice cream should be just occasional treats. Use smaller plates to adjust the amount of food you eat.

Number Fivewater is your friend

Water is a better choice than many routine drink choices. Beverages can add about 400 calories a day to men’s diets. So, limit high-calorie beverages, including those with alcohol. Skip soda, fruit drinks, energy drinks, sports drinks, and other sugary drinks. See our article below for some tips.

Number Sixfind out what men need to eat

Men’s energy needs differ from women’sStack of Books to Learn More on how to look and feel better, especially active men. Do some research and find out exactly how much and what type of foods you need to eat, based on your height, weight, age, and physical activity level. See some great recommendations below.

Number Sevenget beyond survival cooking

Start cooking more often. Try steaming Chef Hatvegetables, roasting a chicken, and making a tasty veggie sauce for spaghetti from scratch. Eating your own home-cooked meals allows you to control what and how much you eat.

Number Eightwise-up about what’s in food

Use both Nutrition Facts and ingredient labels Nutrition Label to discover what nutrients foods and beverages contain. Cut back on foods that have sugar or fat as the first ingredient.

Number Ninesweat is not bad

Be active whenever you can. Have friendsSweating Man or family join you when you go for a long walk, bike, or jog. Vary activities to stay motivated. Set a goal of 2½ hours or more of moderate physical activity a week. Include strengthening your arms, legs, and core muscles at least 2 days a week. Being active just 10 minutes at a time makes a difference.

Number Tenfill your plate like MyPlateMen Running

Learn more at www.ChooseMyPlate.gov. MyPlate is based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

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ChooseMyPlate.gov helps you choose the types and amounts of food and beverages you need.

Thank you for spending time with us today. Wishing you the best of health!

Source: Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Go to http://www.ChooseMyPlate.gov for more information.
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Author: Joan

We provide information and motivation focused on the importance of physical activity to our quality of life. It is our hope to help people invest in themselves by staying active throughout their lives. It's that important.

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