The June “Food Issue” of Men’s Health magazine features “The 125 Best Foods for Men.” The magazine’s editors created the list which includes ten picks from each section of your grocery store: Breads and Grains, Dairy and Deli, Frozen Foods, Packaged Foods and Snacks, Drinks, Condiments, Spreads, and Cooking Extras.
They compiled this year’s list by first comparing the nutrition labels of competing brands in each of the categories. Bonus points were given to those products with more protein and fiber, and less added sugar and sodium. They also took calories per serving into consideration, but didn’t penalize for fat—since it adds flavor, helps keep hunger at bay, and is part of a healthy diet if it doesn’t lead to excessive calorie intake. Once the editors pared their choices down, they matched them in a head-to-head taste test to determine the victor. As for draws, the nod went to the product with the fewest ingredients.
Grab an issue for each special man in your life and throw it into his Father’s Day gift bag or stick it into his gift box. What a perfect way to say, “I love you and want you to be around for years and years and years….” To that end, why not give each guy a subscription too?! Cool beans.
Another featured article in the issue is 1,789 Life Changing Health, Fitness, Nutrition, and Style Tips. That sounds like a great read, too. Style Tips, huh? Might get a few guys out of those “I’m With Stupid” t-shirts.
Below are a few resources from the Men’s Health website you’ll want to take a look at:
Buy the way, girls, don’t worry about the scantily clad females and such – men don’t even notice them. They’re like not even there. My husband told me so. He tells me lots of really cool things.