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  • Mega Men® Diabetic Support - Each serving provides you with an advanced nutritiona; support from essential nutrients such as B-vitamins, which are necessary for energy production, and vitamin D-3, which may play a role in supporting colon health and immune support. It features specialized blends of ingredients that support a variety of health concerns related to blood sugar, Zinc and key B-vitamins provide support for carbohydrate metabolism. Ginkgo biloba and arginine provide circulation support, and choline provides support for cardiovascular health. The potent ingredients lutein, zeaxanthin and hyaluronic acid are important nutrients present in the eye. this formula also include glutamine, carnitine and leucine to help fuel muscles.
  • Preventive Nutrition® Healthy Blood Sugar Formula - contains a specialized blend of clinically studied ingredients, additional key nutrients and a lifestyle program designed to support normal, healthy blood sugar levels. This multi-action formula addresses important factors related to blood sugar health and provides powerful antioxidants that support circulation and a healthy inflammatory response.
  • Triple Strength Fish Oil - 5x Certified PurifiedTriple Strength Fish Oil has been purified and manufactured for freshness and found to be free of detectable levels of mercury, cadmium, lead and PCBs. We use only the best quality ingredients derived from wild, deep ocean fish.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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Lifestyle Tips for Men with Diabetes

Lifestyle Tips for Men with Diabetes
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Diabetes can add to the particular health concerns many men face as they age

There are several reasons why men often avoid discussing their health, including a fear of receiving bad news. In fact, according to health experts, fear of bad news is the number one reason men avoid talking about their health-among themselves, with their partners, or with their healthcare providers.

This is unfortunate, because a failure to tackle health problems head-on can make them worse in the long run. The good news is that addressing diabetes and related health concerns up front and early on can lessen their impact on your long-term wellbeing.

Diabetes, men, and specific health concerns

Another reason to make managing your diabetes a top priority? Diabetes can add to the particular health concerns many men face as they age. For example, did you know that men with diabetes are more than twice as likely to suffer from low testosterone than men without diabetes? The symptoms of low testosterone can include:

  • diminished interest in sex
  • erectile dysfunction (ED)
  • reduced lean body mass
  • depressed mood
  • lack of energy

But low testosterone is treatable, and the sooner you talk to your physician about the possibility of low testosterone, the sooner you can be treated. Ideally, once you do, you'll feel better, you'll have more energy, and you'll reduce the risk of other health issues related to this condition-it's a win-win!

Another concern for men with diabetes is ED. Even if you don't have low testosterone, you can experience ED as a complication of diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), it's normal to feel embarrassed discussing such an intimate issue, but your healthcare provider is a professional who is there to help you, not judge you. Talking about ED is the only way to learn about treatments and to get the help you need.

Along with medical treatment, adopting a diet and regular physical activity plan may help lessen the chances of developing ED and other issues related to vascular function, such as heart disease. The ADA notes that lifestyle choices that contribute to heart disease and vascular problems also increase the chances of ED. Smoking, being overweight, and being inactive can also contribute to ED.

If you want to keep everything in working order, including your sexual health, your doctor can work with you on a plan that includes smart nutrition choices and regular exercise. Your doctor may also refer you to a diabetes educator or a registered dietitian.

Talk it out

In the end, allowing yourself to be vulnerable enough to discuss-and properly manage-your diabetes-related health concerns is the most "manly" thing you can do. There's nothing more masculine than taking care of business, including your own!

(Low Testosterone. American Diabetes Association.

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