Salmon is our #1 food choice for men
Various types of seafood were always thought of as aphrodisiac. One look at the nutrition and it’s easy to understand how many of these foods have earned their reputation. And salmon is definitely at the head of the class. Here are just a few of the benefits of eating salmon for sexual health.
Salmon is a good source of protein
As a lean source of protein, salmon is converted into energy more quickly than fatty meats. Although protein is important to both men and women, men do need greater daily intake of protein. And it’s best to find quality lean sources for the majority of your protein intake. Although the exact amount of protein a man needs on a daily basis to support sexual health and overall health varies depending on activity level, the average man needs over 50 grams of protein per day.
But why choose salmon over other sources? Well, for one thing in recent years, studies have investigated the potential of salmon’s bioactive peptides–a fancy name for one of salmon’s protein molecules–to support joint and digestive health.
Additional health benefits of eating salmon
Among salmon’s health benefits is the fact that the fish is high in Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3’s are touted for supporting heart health. And heart health means good circulation. That means keeping your blood pumping and keeping the male organ primed for action. The oily fish’s DHA/EPA also strengthens your visual and mental acuity.
And of particular note to men, salmon is one of the finest natural sources available for selenium. This mineral is necessary for sperm production.
So to sum it up, salmon offers protein to improves your mood and creativity. This fish gets your heart pumping and joints moving. And salmon helps you see in the dark, it can improve your creativity and it promotes sperm production. You can see why we’re celebrating the benefits of eating salmon when it come’s to men’s health.
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