When it comes to diet, the needs of men are different than women. Women feel better with water rich nutrient dense foods while men love and feel better with calorie rich and nutrient dense foods.
Here are some foods that they can eat in abundance to provide both calories and nutrients:
- Avocados – rich in healthy fat and very satiating for the healthiest of appetites
- Blueberries – great for the eyes and a great addition to smoothies
- Bananas – packed with calories and is great for a supersized morning smoothie
- Quinoa – packed with protein
- Water – not calorie rich but is great for active individuals as it lubricates joints
These food items, men can and should eat in abundance especially when they are starting out on the vegan path for health and longevity. They are also all heart healthy foods, which makes for a healthy cardiovascular system and a healthy erection.
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- If you prepare raw meals you save on gas and electricity because you don’t need to heat food up.
- Wear all your clothes and get a heated blanket. This should save on heating. I’ve personally done this in Chicago to save on heating.
- Check your fridge and freezer temps. Mine is on recommended or lower than recommended and my items stay cool and fresh.
- Use as little light as possible by being in sunlit areas of the home and keeping the lights off and then moving into sleep mode when it gets dark. This is our natural way anyway.
- Use a power strip. Instead of having to unplug multiple devices, you can turn devices off with the flip of a switch. Some items, like air conditioners for example, cause phantom charges. So don’t pay for stuff you’re not using.
- Unplug the blender and other devices when they are not in use.
- For cooked food prep, keep the inside surfaces of your microwave oven clean so as to maximize the amount of energy reflected toward your food. On a gas stovetop, make sure the flame is fully below the cookware; likewise, on an electric stovetop, make sure the pan or kettle completely covers the heating element to minimize wasted heat. Also, use the appropriate size pan for the food you’re heating. Smaller pans are cheaper and more energy-efficient to heat up.
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