New Program Helps Men Maintain Their Masculinity After 30

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‘Strong Men Stay Young’ by Carolyn Hansen offers proven strategies for vigor and manliness.

The 10-part series starts with the '30-Day Quickstart Action Plan for Red-Blooded Men,' which provides readers with the information they need to get a solid start to the system.

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Men who are experiencing the aging process have a profound, negative effect on their mental, emotional and physical well being now have a solution to stay young and vital with “Strong Men Stay Young,” a comprehensive series developed by Carolyn Hansen.

The series offers men all of the tools and resources they need to retain their feeling of youth, providing research-driven guidance on eating habits, weight management and exercising, which all combine to form a proven method for reversing the aging process.

“For many men, growing older can be a very difficult thing, and it’s not just because they start to go gray or have stiff joints in the morning. It’s more complicated than that—a feeling that they’re just not as masculine anymore,” said Hansen. “With my proven system, men can learn how to get that tenacity and sense of manliness back, giving them the energy, stamina and sexual desire they once took for granted.”

The 10-part series starts with the “30-Day Quickstart Action Plan for Red-Blooded Men,” which provides readers with the information they need to get a solid start to the system. Then comes “Male Aging – What You Need to Know to Reverse the Trend.” In this section, readers learn about the common factors that rob men of their youth simply because they are unaware of unhealthy influences that speed up the aging process.

The series goes on to cover a wide range of important topics, delving deep into the healthy eating habits that can help men live healthier, happier lives. According to Hansen, all of the exercise in the world will not overcome a poor diet, which is why men need more healthy fat and protein, and fewer carbohydrates. The series even includes a number of great healthy snack recipes, including banana ice cream, chocolate fudge and lemon coconut bars, which means men do not need to starve themselves of the foods they love to engage in the program.

The series feature a great deal of information on effective exercise routines that help to resurrect men and help them become as vibrant as they were when they were younger. This includes strength training, which serves as a powerful ally in the quest for optimal male health.

“Despite what we’ve all heard, it’s really not necessary to lose your vitality and energy just because you’re getting older,” said Hansen. “What I’m providing is an all-in-one solution for helping you grow stronger and live healthier, while avoiding the signs and symptoms of aging that most middle-aged men think are inevitable.”

Learn more about the revolutionary “Strong Men Stay Young” program, visit http://jvgarden.com/go/35/772.

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