A Maintenance manual for Men 50+!

I have just turned 50 and as a man, I know that by age 50, you should be doing some “retirement planning.” But I also know that doesn’t mean just protecting our finances but also protecting my health.

Good health is essential to be able to do all you want to do in the years and decades ahead. Declining health can dim and darken a man’s future. We are living longer, but are we living longer with the same quality of life we want?

The good news is that you don’t have to train for a marathon or eat an exotic diet to achieve those goals. Whether you want to reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke or boost your stamina and staying power, there are some simple steps and strategies that can make a lasting difference.

Doctors now know that factors you can control can affect your health just as much as, and sometimes more than — the factors you can’t control. You can cut your risk of serious illness, you can have greater physical, mental, and sexual energy. And you can enjoy years of active living.

Harvard Medical School has produced a straightforward report that can put you ahead of the curve and add to your quality of life in the years and decades ahead.

The report gives you advise on a small mealtime change that can help lower your chances of colon cancer by up to 30%, an exercise routine that can help cut the risk of dementia in half, and four steps that can reduce your risk of prostate cancer — and increase your survival odds.

You’ll also learn six ways to reduce your risk of heart disease, four ways to lower your blood pressure without drugs, two ways to screen for colorectal cancer without a colonoscopy, a way that by one lifestyle change can lead to better erections, as well as get tips for preventing arthritis pain.

I subscribe to the Harvard Medical School so if you would like a copy of Men’s health: Fifty and Forward drop me a line at peter@managehealth.com.au and I can send you their full straightforward guide.

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