Energy, Vitality & Strength:  It’s What Men Are Made Of!

mens-healthMen’s Health

Looking for a good vitamin/supplement program to address your men’s health goals? Ask our knowledgeable nutrition team about your men’s health concerns!

  • Sexual concerns?
  • High cholesterol?
  • High blood pressure?
  • Asthma?
  • Fatique?
  • Stressed Out?
  • Trouble sleeping?
  • Irritable Bowel?

Men’s health can cover a wide variety of topics. Our nutrition team can help you design a successful program for improving and maintaining good health including tips on building good health, addressing specific health concerns, such as hypertension, handling stress or just selecting a great protein powder or meal replacement shake.

There are simple, basic things men can do to get on a path of good health.

Good diet – You are what you eat – good men’s health starts with good nutrition!  Avoid fatty, junk foods or highly processed foods.  Replace with lean meats, fresh salads, steamed/raw vegetables or healthy protein drinks.  Minimize alcohol, processed breads and if you smoke, quit!

Regular exercise – doing something you enjoy at least 3-5 times per week can help improve men’s health, fight stress, maintain a proper weight and keep you energized.

Basic vitamin/supplement nutrition – regularly take a multi-vitamin (for energy and stress), probiotic (for gut health) and essential fatty acid (for heart health). This is what we call the BIG THREE – these three items can help you build a good, basic healthy foundation for improved men’s health.

Customize your health routine to your specific needs. Men’s health is a popular topic but every guy is unique. When selecting a vitamin program, discuss your short and long term health goals with an experienced nutritionist, pharmacist or physician. Develop an easy to follow men’s health program and regularly monitor it to make any necessary changes. Always consider any medications you are currently taking and ask if there are any potential interactions with supplements. As your health goals improve, your nutritional needs may change.