4 nutrients that should not be missing in a man's daily diet

 

 

 


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Men tend to burn calories faster than women, but not overweight doesn't have to be synonymous with a healthy lifestyle. Factors such as how much body fat is taken into account, in which part of the body is found and the quality of the diet, must be taken into account to assess a man's overall welfare state. Susan Bowerman, director of the Herbalife Nutrition Nutrition Training Area, explains what 4 nutrients should not miss in a man's daily diet

According to the European Health Survey in Spain, more than 16% of men over 18 suffer from obesity, about 45% are overweight and about 46.5% do not perform any physical activity. In addition to these data, which reflect a reasonably sedentary lifestyle in terms of the health picture of Spanish men, it must be added that the weight is not everything. It may be within reasonable limits, but having stored a lot of body fat located in the abdominal area - more harmful and harmful to health-, in hips or thighs - although the latter are areas of more accumulation in women.

 

While it is true that maintaining an adequate weight contributes to well-being, it is necessary to do it correctly. Eating less, for example, only works when nutritional quality is the right one; if it is poor, they can lower calories, but not improve the state of nutrition. Applied to the male genus, these are the nutrients that should not be missing in their daily intake. Recetas para Cookeo

Fiber
In Spain, the average consumption of fiber is 12.5 grams a day, well below the 25 grams recommended by the European Food Safety Agency. High fiber foods contribute to satiety, maintain controlled weight, lower cholesterol levels and maintain better cardiovascular health. Fiber is readily available in foods such as legumes, vegetables such as broccoli and carrots and oats or barley.

Magnesium
Magnesium is an important mineral for hundreds of body functions. By consuming supplements or more magnesium-rich foods, you can improve bone and cardiovascular health. Magnesium is found in green leaf vegetables, nuts and whole grains.

 

Potassium
Many men do not consume enough potassium, important factor for proper functioning of nerves, heart and muscles. This mineral promotes healthy blood pressure and abounds in fruits, vegetables and dairy. Melon, tomatoes, avocados, bananas, vegetables or vegetables contain a high potassium density.

Vitamin D
Vitamin D helps strengthen the bones and immune system. Vitamin D is found in enriched dairy products, fish, egg yolk and seafood, rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. Exposing briefly to the sun a couple of times a week is another way to get vitamin D.

For Susan Bowerman, in addition to feeding, other factors are needed to achieve that optimal welfare state: not to skip meals, perform routine checks, have a weekly exercise routine – around 30 minutes a day – and regularity in sleep.

4 nutrients that should not be missing in a man

4 nutrients that should not be missing in a man's daily diet

Men tend to burn calories faster than women, but not overweight doesn't have to be synonymous with a healthy lifestyle. Factors such as how much body fat is ta

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2024-05-20

 

4 nutrients that should not be missing in a man
4 nutrients that should not be missing in a man

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