If you know the foods that are good for you and you are already adding them to your
diet, then good for you. Unfortunately, not a lot of men know the right foods to eat and
would default to eating steaks, meats, processed foods, and more.
Today, I am going to go over some of the foods that men should never eat, period. But
do you know something that you should always take? The best multivitamins for men.
Anyway, let’s get on with the article.
Now, I know what you are thinking. You’re probably protesting why I included this in the
list, but hear me out.
Cheese is not at all that bad, but only if you are eating the right kinds of cheese. Goats cheese,
for example, is a healthy alternative to cow cheeses.
If you really love cheeses, only consume them in moderation.
2. Packed/Processed Foods
I know that they’re pretty convenient and you might be indulging them back in your
college days, but processed foods, in general, should be avoided as they are devoid of
nutrition and can prove to be detrimental to your overall health.
Mi Goreng, a popular processed food by college students, is jam-packed with sodium.
In addition, it is not nutrient-rich at all.
You might think that this is a mistype, but it actually isn’t. Alcohol, when consumed in
moderate doses, is perfectly fine. However, when did you ever stop drinking after two shots?
Excessive alcohol consumption may lead to a whole host of problems, including liver
cirrhosis and pancreatitis.
4. Junk Foods
Ah, junk foods. They are pretty much a staple in a kid’s diet but it certainly does not
have a place for an adult’s meal plan.
Sure, they are tasty, delicious, and are readily available, but are these conveniences
worth it for your overall health?
Junk foods are loaded with trans and saturated fats, as well as sugar and sodium too.
Definitely avoid them like the plague.
I used to have an unhealthy relationship with a soda back when LAN parties were a
thing. I used to drink more than 4 liters a day and I’ve regretted that decision ever since.
Sodas are packed with sugar and other harmful ingredients and if consumed in copious
amounts for longer periods of time, it can lead to obesity and type-2 diabetes, among
other health conditions.
I am going to get backlash for this but I want you to hear what I have to say. Coffee, in
general, is not bad. In fact, it has plenty of documented health benefits. But, as we
consume more and more coffee, our body tends to develop a caffeine tolerance. This
just means that if you want to experience the same level of energy, you will need to
drink more and more.
This excess coffee consumption can lead to stress and irritability in men and women. If
anything, limit your consumption to just 2-3 cups a day.
There might be some people that advocate the consumption of soybeans and, to some
extent, they do provide some health benefits. My only gripe with soybeans is that they
contain phytoestrogen, which can lead to poor sexual performance in men.