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Epivir (Lamivudine)

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NUTRITION BASICS FOR MEN: PREVENTING THE DRAIN – CUT DOWN ON FAT
Getting too much fat in the diet has been linked to a wide variety of male diseases: heart disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes, to name a few. But many men are confused about dietary fat because it comes in three different forms: saturated, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated. While it’s true that some of these fats do some good, experts agree that you get more benefit from limiting fats of all kinds.
Your diet should consist of no more (and preferably less) than 30 percent fat. (Most American men eat about 37 percent of their total calories as fat.) Not only will this help improve your overall health profile, you might also notice something visible start to happen: You’ll begin losing weight. That’s because the body burns carbohydrates—the type of calories you get from grains, pasta, fruits and vegetables—more quickly than it does fats. Cut down on the fat you put in your belly and you’ll cut down on the fat you put on it.
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