A Field Guide to Men's Health: Eat Right, Stay Fit, Sleep Well, and Have Great Sex-Forever

Category: Book
By (author): Mills, Jesse
Subject:  HEALTH & FITNESS / Diet & Nutrition / General
  HEALTH & FITNESS / Men's Health
  HEALTH & FITNESS / Reference
  MEDICAL / General
Audience: general/trade
Publisher: Artisan
Published: December 2021
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 9.00in x 4.50in
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$ 26.95
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From The Publisher*DON'T LEAVE YOUR HEALTH TO CHANCE.

Guys, it's time to step it up and start taking care of yourselves. Which doesn't mean making impossible-to-stick-to changes. Written by one of the leading doctors whose practice is devoted solely to men, A Field Guide to Men's Health shows, in the simplest and most effective way possible, how to manage the cornerstones of a healthy life while improving your chances for making it a long one, too. Including:
  • Cardiovascular health-did you know that blood pressure is the most vital of vital signs?
  • Diet and nutrition-follow a formula of 60 percent fruits and vegetables, 30 percent lean proteins, and 10 percent complex carbs for meals, and monitor your waist size to find your ideal weight.
  • Movement, with the best exercise programs for each decade of your life.
  • Sexual health‚ with an owner's guide to the penis.
  • Lifestyle, with tips on everything from managing stress-reducing it, embracing it-to the importance of vitamin D.
Above all, make these tenets the three pillars of a healthy life: Eat less, move more, sleep more.
From The Publisher*A fresh, friendly, comprehensive guide to men's health from Dr. Jesse Mills, founder of the Men's Clinic at UCLA, and a leading men's health, sexual, and reproductive specialist.
Review Quote*"A treasure trove of useful information that will help men of all ages improve their physical, mental, and emotional health. It's practical, easy-to-understand advice from Jesse Mills, who is a true expert in men's health."
-Arthur L. Burnett, MD, professor of urology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine