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The Right Foods for Men


Myth and Science can agree that oysters are the food of love. In taking about 2 to 3 oysters, you will be having the right supply of zinc that your body needs. Zinc is the mineral that can help makes male reproductive system function well. Getting the adequate amount of zinc can be at help in having the right testosterone levels and sperm counts.

Tomato sauce

If you eat plenty of tomatoes and/ or tomato sauce, there will be a lower risk of having prostate cancer. If you take tomato sauce in about 2 to 4 times in a week, there is about 35 percent lower risk of having prostate cancer than those who do not eat tomato sauce at all. The one responsible in lowering the risk of developing prostate cancer is lycopene which tomatoes have. It is advisable to eat pizza since it has plenty of tomato sauce.

Peanut butter

You can eat bread with peanut butter for breakfast if you want to have a healthy heart. Usually, men are the most victims of heart disease. Peanut butter is higher in fat but it is monounsaturated fat which is a type of fat that is good for you. Eating peanut butter can lower the risk of heart disease.


A study showed that eating broccoli can help as your defense against bladder cancer. The most protective foods that you can take is broccoli. Taking at least 5 servings or even more per week is recommended.


Men suffer more with high blood pressure than women. Based on a research, it is recommended to take foods that are rich in potassium in order for you to decrease the risk of having stroke and high blood pressure. A nutrition-information manager at Tufts University in Boston said that taking 2000 milligrams or more a day of foods that are rich of potassium is required. Watermelon is one of the fruits that can provide you with more potassium. Actually, taking a large slice of watermelon can give you about 664 mg of potassium.