Not eating enough calories. When the body isn’t getting enough calories, it signals the metabolism to slow down to conserve its remaining energy sources. It gives the false indication that he’s losing weight. Plus, if your calorie intake is too low, you run the risk of getting all of the nutrients that you need for good health.
Eating chicken skin. This is where most of the calories, carbohydrates, and saturated fat come from. Keeping the skin on when it’s being cooked has one benefit, though; It seals in the juices, preventing the bird from dying out and becoming tasteless. It’s wise to just peel the skin off before eating.
Having one more, for the road. The more alcohol he has in his system, the lower his alertness becomes. If you’re with him while he’s drinking, allow him ample time first to sober up (drinking lots of water helps) before he gets his hand on the wheels.
Putting cooked food back in the same container it came from. Bacteria from raw food transfers very easily to cooked food, when consumed there’s enough E.coli and Salmonella in the meat to send you (and your family too) to the E.R.
Taking in a multivitamin that provide 12 to 30 mg iron. Sure iron helps produce haemoglobin, the red pigment in our blood. But men don’t have regular means of removing excess iron in their system. High iron stored in the body can lead to heart diseases and diabetes. Give him a multivitamin specifically for men – the amount of iron in it is reduced.