24/06/2020 Sarah Templeton
It probably doesn't come as a surprise to anyone that in general, men are traditionally less bothered about their health and wellness than women.
According to recent stats, New Zealand men go to a doctor three times less than women and 3000 men die from preventable deaths every year - that's one every three hours.
But one organisation is aiming to change that. June is Men's Health Month, which aims to raise awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment in males.
Aside from going to the doctor, what are some of the things that men can be doing at home to help their health? There's a whole range of food groups that are full of vital vitamins and nutrients for men. As the old adage says: "You are what you eat". Read More