Do men and women really have different nutrition needs?

Gents – this is for you today – but ladies – please share with any men you know!

Most diets were not designed for men. Over 80% of all on the market are for women, and the very diets that market to women to lean out don’t contain the building blocks for us to build natural testosterone. Here’s 3 reasons why:

Caloric Needs for Men vs Women Men typically require more calories than women as they are typically taller and more muscularly built. A fairly active 170-pound man needs about 2500-3000 calories a day, whereas a 120-pound woman, with similar activity levels, requires 1800-2000 calories. Portion sizes appropriate for their respective bodies are key to good health and proper nutrition.

Men vs Women Require Different Nutrients Men are prone to different diseases than women and our diets should reflect that. Women require more iron for monthly blood loss where as men require more fiber in their diet as men have a higher rate of rectal cancer. Women need more calcium to prevent osteoporosis. Men also need about 15% of daily protein intake and as little fat as possible – under 30% of daily calories.

Hormones Testosterone levels in men have declined over the last 20 years by 25% on average across all ages, per Kinsey. This has resulted in:

  • Impotence and low sex drive
  • Feminine fat and man boobs
  • Lack of building lean strong muscle
  • Depression disease and cancer

There are certain foods you can eat to naturally increase your testosterone, which is another reason why men require different nutrients than women.

If you’re ready to tackle all of the above and optimize your body, consider this a solution – the Man Diet. It was designed for men, to give men what they need to fuel their testosterone and optimize their health with proper nutrition and caloric intake. Learn here how to increase your testosterone naturally forever with simple diet changes, tailored for you. Start the Man Diet today and optimize your health:


To your success!

— Forest Vance, MS Human Movement, Over 40 Expert

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