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Salmon and Bananas For Healthy Diet

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Really, Salmon and Bananas?

Men neglect to give attention to their well-being due to their busy, stressful and energy draining lifestyle. But basically there are only a few men who are inclined to give attention to the benefits they get from food they eat. They choose convenience and satisfaction first before health. Here is a simple men’s health food diet menu that will not only satisfy their taste buds but also ensure that men maintain a healthy, active and disease-free body. Two simple things that men should eat everyday.

Men health food (fruit meal): Bananas

These popular yellow fruits are not only delicious but the benefits they can give are surprising. Why? Here are the reasons why. Bananas can be a source of instant energy. They are also rich in potassium which is essential in maintaining normal blood pressure and good heart, and kidney and bone condition. Second, bananas are a great source of vitamin B6, which is essential for the production of antibodies, for the proper function of the immune system and in maintaining blood sugar levels. It is also important for the production of hemoglobin in the blood. Finally, bananas are a good source of dietary fiber which improves relaxation and reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

A single banana contains an average of 400 mg of potassium (10% of daily recommended value), 4 g (16% of daily recommended value), Sugar = 14.8 g; Protein = 1 g (2% of daily recommended value), Vitamin C = 16% of daily recommended value, Vitamin B6 = 20% of daily recommended value.

Likewise, bananas are also cheap, available anytime and are possible no-cook meal substitutes. Enjoy a daily dose of banana for a healthy you.

Men health food (main meal): Salmon publicized as the “wonder fish” is a well-known, healthy, palatable fish rich in fatty acids like Omega 3, digestible proteins (amino acids), vitamins like vitamin-D, and vitamin-A; and minerals like iron, zinc, calcium, phosphorus, and selenium. First, the omega 3 in salmon helps reduce cholesterol and blood pressure thus maintaining cardiovascular health and reduces the risk of heart attacks. Salmon can also improve brain function and memory. Second, it lessens the effects of aging on the nervous system and serves as an antidepressant ; and reduces the risk of developing old-age diseases such as Alzheimer and Parkinson’s due to the combination effect of selenium, vitamin A, D and amino acids. It can also reduce the risk of prostate, colon, kidney cancer; and keep the glow of your skin, eyes, hair and nails. Finally, the omega 3 and amino acids in salmon aid in maintaining good eye sight. Salmon can be prepared in many simple ways but it is definitely a great addition to men’s health food diet.

So when someone asks you what do you want, if you're on the go grab a banana. If you have time to sit and cook through that crazy spawning fish on the grill ASAP.

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