Men's Diets Directory
Men's diets have the same goals as any other diets: lose weight and be healthier. But many times, men may require different nutrients than women or may need to diet a different way. Find out about diet plans for men and what nutrients are essential for every man. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how men's diets work, which diet plans might be good options for you, and much more.
What Is Body Mass Index?
Learn how to use body mass index (BMI) to determine whether you are overweight.
Atherosclerosis and Erectile Dysfunction
The link between atherosclerosis -- the hardening of the body's arteries -- and erectile dysfunction is well known to doctors. If you have ED, understanding the connection might save your life.
Vitamin and Mineral Supplements for Men
Vitamin and mineral supplements can do your body more harm than good. So why are they so popular?
Eat to Lose Weight and Build Muscle: How the NFL Does It
How do football pros eat during training season? How do NFL pros train when they hit the gym? Get muscle-building strategies from professional athletes.
Diet Plans for Men
Having trouble finding a good diet? The best diet plan for you may be the one you create yourself. Here’s a survey of popular weight loss plans and advice from one man who tried many of them.
Can Dad's Diet Make a Healthier Baby?
Pregnant women routinely are urged to get more folic acid. Research suggests the same advice might apply to fathers-to-be.
Slideshows & Images
Foods to Boost Male Health
Oysters, cherries, and ginger top our pictorial slideshow of foods that can help keep men on top of their game – from gym to boardroom to bedroom.
Belly-Fattening Foods Men Can't Resist
Chips, beer, and fatty red meat top the list of big-belly foods that make men weak in this slideshow on how to spot and swap the usual suspects.
Foods to Help Erectile Dysfunction
Can some foods help your sex life? From coffee to oysters, WebMD shows you what to eat and drink to help with erectile dysfunction.
Worst Sandwiches -- Double-Fisted Diet Wreckers
Can one sandwich have nearly 1,000 calories? Learn about some surprising gut busters lurking at some popular national chains -- and some healthier alternatives.