11 Jun Canadian Men’s Health Shares These Tips on the Small Changes You Can Make
It’s Men’s Health Week, June 11-17, 2018. What small changes will make a difference?
Canadian men aren’t as healthy as we think. About 2/3 are overweight, increasing the risk for heart disease and diabetes. The good news is much of it is reversible. 70% of our health outcome is the result of lifestyle, not genetics. Canadian Men’s Health Foundation (CMHF) is a great source of information on the little things we can do to look forward to better health. It only takes small steps to make a difference. Here are some resources from CMHF Don’t Change Much website.
Boost your energy
CMHF says change doesn’t have to be hard. They share 7 tips that can lead to big improvements to your energy level, mood and overall health.
Looking for more activity in your life? It doesn’t have to be cumbersome. CMHF shares the Top 3 Easy Ways to Move Your Body and Get Active. You can also sign up for the 6 week EZ guide to Get Fit.
Check your health for free
Curious about your health? CMHF offers YouCheck, a world’s first health awareness tool built for men. This free, confidential, anonymous 10 minute survey that can give you a health outlook on your next 10 years.
Library of topics for men
Looking for educational resources on men’s health issues. CMHF has several downloadable brochures on stress, blood pressure, erectile dysfunction, diabetes and depression to name a few.
Eating well doesn’t have to be boring. CMHF shares these three tasty game-day recipes – like mouth-watering steak wrapped veggie rolls. While perfect for watching the game with the guys, these recipes are great anytime. Remember to sign up for CMHF’s free e-book of healthy recipes.