By The American Medical Association
"Men are frequently reluctant to debate matters which are vital to their normal future health and health and wellbeing. This exclusive advisor offers worthwhile info, in an easy-to-read structure, on significant well-being issues together with nutrition and foodstuff, workout, sexuality, and emotional overall healthiness. This advisor might actually help males make larger judgements approximately their health."—Jeffrey P. Koplan, M.D., M.P.H., Director, facilities for sickness regulate and Prevention (CDC)
- Guidelines for staying fit at any age
- Overviews of the body’s structures and organs—heart and lungs, reproductive approach, mind and worried method, urinary method, bones and joints, and the immune approach
- Explanations of the foremost ailments and their remedies, together with center ailment, diabetes, hypertension, melanoma, drug abuse, and melancholy
- Sensitive discussions of sexuality and copy, together with sexual disorder, prostate well-being, stds, contraception, and age-related adjustments to intercourse and sexuality
- Diet and workout guidance
- Dozens of tables, containers, and charts on key subject matters
- Quick-reference structure for locating the solutions you need
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Together these categories of nutrients are known as the building blocks of nutrition. Carbohydrates Carbohydrates supply the main source of energy for your body, so many nutritionists recommend that they should make up the majority—50 or 60 percent— of your intake of calories. Carbohydrates consist of the starches, sugars, and ﬁber found in foods that come from plants. There are two types of carbohydrates: simple and complex. Simple carbohydrates, also known as simple sugars, taste sweet and are quickly absorbed and digested.
Having more muscle gives you a higher metabolism (the process in your cells that produces energy), so you naturally burn more calories, even when you are at rest. Your metabolism stays especially high for several hours after you exercise, meaning that your body burns additional calories after you are physically active. Regular exercise also can suppress your appetite, so you don’t feel like eating as much as usual. The following table lists various types of sustained physical activity. Each of these activities, which vary in time and level of intensity, can help you burn an additional 100 to 200 calories per day.
A child’s developing lungs are highly susceptible to irritants, producing a cough, wheezing, and excess mucus. Children exposed to secondhand smoke have an increased risk for pneumonia; bronchitis; accumulation of ﬂuid in the ear; and irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat. Children who have asthma (see page 245) and are exposed to secondhand smoke experience more severe symptoms and have asthma attacks more often than those who live in a smoke-free home. Passive smoking is thought to cause the development of asthma in thousands of children each year.