Healthy foods for men

Although most people associate chiropractic care with the spine, chiropractors have always had an interest in promoting the overall health and function of the body. A healthy diet is one of the best ways to keep the body and its functions in excellent working order. While it can be said that eating plenty of vitamins and minerals are good for all individuals, men’s and women’s bodies are different and hence have different nutritional requirements. 

We’ve compiled a list of some of the foods that Adelaide chiropractors have highly recommended for men in order to boost their immunity and general functioning. 

Brussels sprouts 

This is probably one of the most disliked vegetables on the supermarket shelves, but don’t been fooled by your lack of enthusiasm for the taste. Sprouts are packed with vitamins K, C and A, as well as being excellent sources of folate, fibre and potassium. These are vitamin for strong development and studies have even shown that eating sprouts can reduce DNA damage. 


Juices It’s a general rule – vegetables are packed with fibre, antioxidants and general goodies so you should pack your diet with them. Juices are an excellent way to fulfill that dietary need and also add a little something extra. If you’ve ever been to a specialty juice bar you’ve probably been offered wheatgrass – while you may not enjoy the taste, rest assured knowing that extra supplements are not just a marketing ploy. They are packed with essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals.


This vegetable has more recently been recognized for its amazing nutritional properties – hailed as the new super food. Filled with nitrates and minerals that are known to reduce blood pressure this is excellent for healthy development of growing children and adults alike. Plus, it’s packed with magnesium, calcium, vitamins A and C and iron. 


Mention sardines and the first thing that springs to mind is slime and a horrid fishy stench. But in actually fact this seafood is excellent for promoting good health, especially in men. The omega-3 fatty acids help to ward off heart disease and in fact is one of the healthiest fish around. 


It’s true – cabbage is probably not a kitchen favourite for many, but perhaps it should be! Cabbages contain as much as 91 per cent of your recommended daily intake of vitamin K as well as a half your daily requirement of vitamin C. In addition, it houses a plethora of diverse vitamins and minerals like fibres, manganese, vitamin B6, folate.