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  • This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of SlowMag® Mg Muscle + Heart

    Chances are you’re not getting enough magnesium in your diet. According to the USDA Agricultural Research Report, 7 out of 10 Americans are not able to meet the daily recommended amount of magnesium through diet alone.1

    While foods such as dark chocolate, avocados, bananas, and almonds are all high in magnesium – most of us simply don’t consume enough in one day to meet the daily recommended amount of magnesium. Let’s take a look at some of the ways that having proper levels of magnesium can support men’s health such as proper muscle function, cardiovascular health, and energy metabolism.*

  • While lockdown restrictions might be easing, many places across the country remain in a state of quarantine. Even if you live somewhere where you’re able to go to the gym, you may not feel comfortable returning if your state has seen a recent jump in COVID-19 cases. Whether you’re looking to take advantage of time freed up by the lack of a commute or trying to find a way to stay fit while not returning to the gym, here are the top 5 tips for staying fit during lockdown.

  • The immune system is incredibly intricate, and it has to be robust and balanced to fight infections and illnesses. However, the strength should not exceed the normal, to avoid unnecessary complications such as autoimmune disorders and allergies. Below are five healthy habits you can use to improve your body's immune system to fight viruses and disease-causing organisms.

  • For many people, the discussion of prostate health and in particular prostate cancer is something that is typically the domain of older men. However, young men get prostate cancer too. This is an important thing for men of all ages to understand since symptoms and screenings for prostate cancer are generally not aimed at helping men as young as 20 who can get it too.

  •  Right now is generally a great time to focus on losing weight. Not only will improving your physical health lead to improved mental health, but there are fewer distractions if you re-shape your life a bit. For men like myself who are normally jetting off from one place to the next and grabbing food between meetings, the "normal world" was hugely challenging. Today though, there are new opportunities to lose weight but it still requires dedication. Here are some top ways for men like you and I to lose weight.

  • Greenerways Organic provides full suite of organic and earth-friendly items to help you stay healthy this summer, including a bug repellent spray, sunscreen, and all-purpose cleaner, and hand sanitizer. All of the items are designed to be as earth-friendly as possible and where possible use essential oils instead of harsh chemicals for a result that frankly smells pretty good when you use it compared to the chemically clean smell you might otherwise notice.

  • Every day it seems like there’s a new supplement being presented as the cure-all ingredient to help improve men’s health. While many of them lack the scientific research to support their claims beyond anecdotal findings— some stand out. That’s the case for Pycnogenol®. I first learned about the ingredient when the company contacted me last year sharing the ingredient’s overall benefits for men’s health including cardiovascular, mental, and prostate support. Now there is some exciting new research showing Pycnogenol®’s benefits for strengthening erectile function in men.

  • Are you stuck at home? While a lot of people are slowly getting back to their normal routine, many more are going to need to isolate for a little while longer. Some might need to stay away from crowds until a vaccine has been introduced into the general public. That’s why you need to think about ways to keep things cool, even when you’re in lockdown. This means staying in style, working on your health and ensuring that you are thinking about the state of your mind too. We’ve got you covered here. 

  • Life expectancy for males in America in exactly 5 years lower than females; 76 years as opposed to 81. This is something we’re all vaguely told is the case, but there’s now been a lot of attention on it being an issue. While much of this is our own doing - poor eating habits, stress and dangerous jobs for instance. Much of it is actually within our control as well.

  • It's no secret that I'm working to improve myself during this time spent locked in my home. While I still enjoy a beer, I've continued to try and grab an energy drink for breakfast or a late-night snack instead of grazing the freezer. While I've been a long time fan of another protein shake brand, when the folks at Iconic Protein contacted me I was immediately intrigued. While most brands have chocolate and vanilla... they had the staples plus unique flavors such as Cacao Greens and Tumeric Ginger. I was a bit nervous on my first sip because I wasn't sure what to expect. Sure, it was unique... but would it be good?

  • Taking care of our health is always important, but it can sometimes be a real challenge. For one, the most accessible food options are not really the most healthful ones. We all have been warned about readily available fast food, right?

  • Living with chronic pain can be emotionally and physically exhausting. On many days it can be hard to imagine being able to get out of bed, let alone being productive at your job.

  • Cruise ships are an environment unlike any other when it comes to the spread of disease. You have sometimes as many as 8,000 people from all over the world crammed into a boat together for a week or more. That means that each elevator button, handrail, tongs in the buffet, countertops are touched thousands of times each day. Unfortunately, not everyone is 100% healthy. While you can protect yourself from others, sometimes it is YOU who is the sick one. Here's what to do if you catch a cold while on a cruise ship.

  • Plastic surgery was once thought of as something only for women and for medically required reconstructive purposes. Today, however, it is becoming much more comment for men as well.

  • Ok, so valentine's day was last week and for most of us we have a partner to celebrate, honor and cherish... hopefully, one who will reciprocate our care and attention on March 14 for "Steak and a BJ Day". For those guys out there that don't have a partner to celebrate with, maybe it's time to try something different. Sex toys for men have evolved by leaps and bounds over the past decades from "inflatable dolls" to some of the most advanced technology on the market today. There's simply no reason to go full-on into "American Pie" mode these days. Let's take a look at some of today's most popular trends...

  • The world self care seems to be popping up in the media everywhere I look and it is apparently the latest trend among progressive women. So why you ask am I talking about it here? The simple answer is taking the time to relax, step back from your daily life and spend some time getting to know yourself is just as important for men as it is women. While the origins of this term come from a soft woke place, that doesn't mean we can't take things and turn it up a notch. The core concept though is the same, so let's take a look at some fun self care ideas for men.

  • Fitness experts say that for good health you should walk at least 10,000 steps each day. I registered more than 8,000 today at the Chicago Auto Show and that seemed like a lot. Will 10,000 really help me though?

  • The prostate is well, a sensitive area that most men don't want to talk about. However, it is a critical part of our body and so it's important to both get it checked as well as work to keep it healthy and operating correctly. That's why I like to support men's health efforts to raise awareness and create a conversation around it. Apparently so does Bill Engvall, so we got the opportunity to chat about why this is important to him recently.

  • Now that a new decade is upon us it is time for a fresh start, and most of us have already set goals to get rid of that Christmas belly for the next few months. A new year is always a great chance to form better habits, and going on a dietor losing weight is often the first on everyone’s list. 

  • Ear plugs are such a basic piece of gear that sometimes the proper use can be overlooked. Whether you are hunting, using a chain saw, attending a race, or trying to block out noise on a long plane flight, earplugs are a critical - though simple - solution to keeping your hearing. While there's a compulsion to pretend loud noises don't bother you because, "we're men!", even if you can stand the noise, it could be causing permanent hearing loss.

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