Men Have Special Nutritional Needs, Too
The Best of Times|January 2021
As we age, our nutrition needs tend to get more specialized, depending on medi-cal history, family history, and physical activity level.
Abigail McAlister

Even our sex can determine what we need, as men’s nutritional needs can vary greatly from women’s nutritional needs. Men tend to suffer from numerous chronic diseases. In fact, some of the top causes of death in men include heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and chronic liver disease. These are all diseases that can either be prevented or managed through healthy lifestyle changes. Sometimes, medicine is needed for management, but adding a healthy diet and physical activity can go a long way for overall health and outcomes of these diseases.

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