Everything You Need To Know About Men’s Health Month
Did you know that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of men, accounting for 1 out of every 4 male deaths? Half of all men who die from coronary heart disease experienced no symptoms. Therefore, it is important to have regular screenings for blood pressure and cholesterol levels, as well as to eat healthy, manage your weight and exercise on a regular basis. Vitamins B1, B2, B6, K1, and Niacin, as well as CoQ10 and magnesium, all play a key role in maintaining cardiovascular health.
- Prostate Supreme™ – This formulation supports healthy balance of hormones involved in prostate health and provides targeted nutritional and antioxidant support.
Prostect™ – Prostect™ is uniquely formulated to support healthy prostate and urinary function in men.
DHEA 25 mg – This product supplies 25 mg of DHEA per capsule for the synthesis of important hormones and for a variety of potential physiological responses such as healthy aging, ongoing energy and vitality, a balanced stress response, as well as muscle integrity and fat reduction.
*** All products are made with non-GMO ingredients.
- BroccoProtect™ – There are over 500 journal publications, as well as documented epidemiological evidence, showing that diets rich in broccoli promote a wide range of health benefits. Designs for Health chose this superior standardized extract because it supplies many beneficial components from high quality broccoli.
- LibidoStim-M™ – This supplement features the herb Tongkat ali, which helps maintain normal testosterone levels and support fertility, mood, and energy.
Did you know?
✓ Cancer is the second leading cause of death in men. The most common cancers among men are skin, prostate, lung and colorectal cancers.
✓ Men have a shorter life expectancy – 76.4 years – than women – 81.2 years.
✓ Almost 3 in 4 men are considered overweight or obese.
✓ Men with a family history of prostate cancer should begin having an annual PSA blood test starting in their 40s.
- • If you feel constantly on edge or under pressure, your lifestyle habits may suffer — and so might your immune system. Take steps to reduce stress or learn to deal with stress in healthy ways.
- • Maintaining a healthy weight and body mass, eating healthy, and being active for 30 minutes most days of the week can reduce your risk of diabetes, certain cancers and heart disease.
- • Consuming a diet that is high in fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains and fish can significantly reduce your chance of heart attack.
• Avoid saturated and trans fats, which may fuel prostate cancer growth, and incorporate protective foods, such as soy, green tea and tomatoes, into your diet.
• Eliminate “White Foods” from Your Diet. White flour, white sugar and other processed foods are not only devoid of vitamins and minerals, but they’ve also been stripped of their natural fiber.