A Guide To A Black Man’s Good Health
It is a fact that vehicles cannot run without fuels and lubrication likewise human being cannot live without food which is the fuel for human beings. Black men are well known as the best athletes and resistant for their training. To be a good athlete, eating balanced diet is key to maintaining a gorgeous bone strength they are endowed with.
It is a fact that all black men are not superstar athlete but if they eat excessive carbohydrates, they may cause obesity and increase weight. So what do you do when carbohydrate isn’t your friend? Eat breakfast. It is admitted fact that breakfast is very advantageous for maintaining health level every day. Breakfast helps shed weight and helps reduce the risk of diabetes and heart attacks.
Healthy Eating For Black Men
Just like any race, Black men should make a schedule to maintain their health. In their breakfast, they should use bran cereal or wheat, low-fat yogurt, fruits or oatmeal, waffles, nuts. In lunch, they should use green salad, carrots, cauliflowers, squash, fish, chicken, apple, blueberry, kiwi, strawberries, bananas and prawns. Likewise, for dinner, they must use fruits and vegetables, beans, peanuts, fish, chicken, eggs and wheat bread, and eat the dinner much earlier. In leisure time, pecans, almonds, cashews, walnuts, berries, low-fat yogurt are good albeit in moderation.
Although maintaining a good health is vital for men and women of all races, black men in particular are generally bone built and strong. Eating a balance diet, and making other healthy choices would go a long way in preserving their health and keep them dribbling in this game of life.
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