When you ask a woman what a man needs, her answers can be as numerous as there are illusive. We elaborate on the five essential supplements every man should take for optimum wellness.

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  1. Omega-3
    Eat walnuts, flaxseeds, beans, olive oil and sardines to get Omega-3 fatty acids. A key supplement for weight loss and destroyer of cancer-causing cells, Omega-3 is a crucial nutrient for men. Depression, cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, fatigue, brittle hair, lack of concentration, and joint pain are often due to lack of sufficient Omega-3. Recommended daily intake.
  2. Coenzyme Q10
    CoQ10 should be your favourite supplement. CoQ10 helps to convert food into energy, lowers blood pressure and works towards the betterment of your heart. This supplement is usually synthesised in the body, but the synthesis reduces with age and therefore has to be consumed through meat, poultry, fish, oils (soya bean, corn, cottonseed, canola oil) and nuts. Recommended daily intake.
  3. Zinc
    If you feel an impaired sense of smell and taste, as well as a poor appetite, and suffer from frequent colds and infections, you may need to zinc up your diet. Zinc helps in balancing blood sugar, stabilises your metabolism and builds the immune system. Shiitake mushrooms and spinach are rich in zinc. Recommended daily intake.
  4. Vitamin D
    Aside from being the ultimate anti-ageing vitamin, it prevents your chances of chronic diseases such as certain types of cancer, diabetes, hypertension, heart diseases and prostate cancer. Mushrooms, mackerel, sockeye salmons, herring, sardines, catfish, tuna, cod liver oil and eggs are a good source when it comes to food but remember to add plenty sunshine to your diet to get the best results.
  5. Folic acid
    Aside from being essential for women looking to get pregnant, it helps to prevent clogging arteries and improves blood flow to the brain by keeping homocysteine levels low. This is an amino acid that increases your risk of blood clots, and high levels are associated with early warning signs of many diseases, including Alzheimer’s, dementia, and memory loss. Folic acid is found in citrus fruits, beans, fortified breads, dark green and leafy vegetables, nuts and seeds, sprouts, grapefruits, poultry and cereals.

 

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