Bathmate Review September 13, 2018

A man’s good health is only achieved through a combination of mans health supplements, a healthy lifestyle, and good nutrition. In an age where a man’s’ health is judged by physical appearance, it’s important to realize that it’s ‘what’s on the inside’ and what you’re consuming that most men should be more concerned about.For better tips visit-Bathmate.

Men’s health or lack of health starts on the inside and works its way out. For example, here are some external, physical indicators that let you know all is not well on the inside; these include:
-White, gray or silver hair, varicose veins (which can be indicators of copper deficiency and an early warning signal for cardiovascular disease and stroke).

-Dry skin and cravings for fatty food (which can be sign of an essential fatty acid deficiency).

-Hair loss (can be a sign of a mineral deficiency such as tin).

-Age and liver spots (can indicate a selenium deficiency and mean that your body is under attack from ‘free radicals’ which damage cells – this can increase your risk of cancer and heart disease).

-Noisy, cracking, grinding joints and high blood pressure (can indicate a calcium and mineral deficiency) and are an early warning signal for arthritis and osteoporosis.

And being young and fit doesn’t offer any protection unless you change your lifestyle, eat a healthy diet and use health supplements. The good news is that the majority of a man’s health problems can be prevented and in many cases reversed through simple and inexpensive health supplements like vitamins and minerals, and some changes to our lifestyle and diets.

For example, did you know that a compound called ‘Lycopene’ found in raw tomatoes can dramatically lower your risk of prostate cancer and a number of other cancers? And did you know that simply eating more omega 3 fatty acids (like those in fish oils and good health supplements) can help unclog your arteries and reduce your risk of coronary heart disease by more than 50%? And that essential fatty acids also make your skin look better and healthier? Did you know there are health supplements out there that can prevent and reverse arthritis and osteoporosis as well as managing your pain whilst rebuilding the bone structure?

In terms of general health, most scientists now agree that a multi-vitamin (and mineral) supplement is useful for the prevention of chronic disease. Recently, even the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published an article linking the inadequate intake of vitamins to chronic diseases. Your aim should be to maximize your nutrient intake, minimize your loss of nutrients and totally reduce your intake of the things that are bad for you.

Lifestyle & Diet
The common sense rules apply – about 20 to 30 minutes of exercise every second day is adequate to keep you healthy and help keep your weight under control. As you grow older, include more weight-bearing exercises and tone down the hard aerobic workouts.

Plenty of fresh vegetables (about 5 servings per day) and fruit (about 2 to 3 servings per day – less than vegetables because of the sugar content of fruit), more protein and less refined carbohydrates (in the form of sugar, cakes, biscuits etc) and avoid fried foods and margarine. At least 8 – 10 glasses of fresh filtered water per day (more if you exercise and live in a hot/humid climate) will keep your liver and kidneys in great condition and help the body eliminate wastes and convert fat into energy.

 

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