Food & Drink Infographics

Are Eggs Good or Bad for You?

With so much conflicting information on eggs, it’s difficult to know whether eggs are healthy for us. It has been doctrine for many years that eating cholesterol which eggs are full of, increases our risk of heart disease. Advocates of low-fat consumption also try to deter us from eating eggs. However, there is new research that contradicts the previous understanding of dietary cholesterol and fat on our health.

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The Chai Latte Global Index

Since Chai Latte has become popular outside of its homeland India, it conquered almost every corner of the world. This delicious black tea, infused with warming exotic spices and combined with steamed milk, is not just a delightful hot drink, but can also show the economical differences in the world. Therefore, the folks at versus have researched the price of tall Starbucks Chai Lattes in 30 very different countries in their effort to show the purchasing power parity.

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Top Foods To Build Muscle

Eating muscle-building foods can go a long way in your bodybuilding journey. The question is what foods guarantee muscle growth? Protein, of course, is the answer. To help you, here's a list of some muscle-building foods presented in an infographic by No Max Shred. As...

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Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Bananas

Bananas are one of the most consumed fruits in the world. Not only do they taste great and provide a convenient snack, bananas have health benefits backed by science. The following infographic from lists over ten evidence-based health benefits of bananas.

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Is Instant Coffee Bad for You?

Coffee is one of the most popular drink in the world and has plenty of health benefits where consumption have been linked to a longer life. For example, it can protect you from developing type 2 diabetes and heart disease. It also is pack full of nutrients such as magnesium, pantothenic acid, potassium, and riboflavin. However, do these and other benefits apply to instant coffee?

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The Knife & Kitchen Tool Guide

Have you ever pulled a knife out of a knife block and wondered, “What is this used for? And why is it different than the 10 other knives in this block?” Or gotten a kitchen utensil set, pulled out some contraption, and wondered what purpose it serves beyond taking up drawer space? If you’ve ever faced this kitchen confusion, the following knife & kitchen tool guide is for you.

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4 Ways to Deliver a Better Restaurant Experience

The same technological revolutions that have decreased processor size and allowed Internet connectivity to become wireless have given rise to innovations for both consumers and businesses. It’s naturally that these groundbreaking functionalities would merge in new tools for the restaurant industry. Digitally enhanced dining is more than just the latest trend—it’s a development that’s already crafting a positive dining experience at many restaurant chains and some independently owned dining establishments.

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Peanut Butter vs Powdered Peanut Butter

Most people love peanut butter, but don’t realize that there’s a healthier way to consume it. Powdered peanut butter cuts out all of the fats and oils making it a much healthier option. Learn all about it in this infographic by Better Body Foods.

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Girl Scout Cookies & Wine Pairings

What’s better than Girl Scout Cookies? Girl Scout Cookies paired with ONEHOPE Wine!! Check out the following infographic to see how to pair two of the best goodies in life.

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Everything You Want To Know About How to Cook Lentils

After a long period of research and synthesis of practical experience, the team at TasteInsight has released a very comprehensive infographic that provides useful information to the reader on cooking lentils. It includes quotes from many reliable sources as well as from well-known chefs.

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Losing Weight by Drinking Coffee

The primary reason you can lose weight by drinking coffee is because caffeine increases your metabolism. With a higher metabolism, you will burn more fat throughout the day. This increase could be as much as 11% as demonstrated in scientific studies. Furthermore, the chlorogenic acid in coffee reduces the amount of carbohydrates you absorb from your food.

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20 Types of Kitchen Knives And Their Uses

The modern day kitchen is a hodge-podge of cooking utensils and ingredients from around the world. Gone are the days of one type of cuisine and today we enjoy a worldly platter that would make our ancestors drool with jealousy. These are the most commonly found kitchen knives. In the following infographic, A Sharp Slice takes a look at 20 types of kitchen knives and their uses.

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5 Unusual UK Foods Every Tourist Should Try

The United Kingdom has a rather outdated reputation when it comes to food. People still think they are stuck eating fish and chips and bland meat and two veg dishes. This does the UK a massive injustice. The UK in fact has a wide variety of regional specialties and...

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Does Coffee Really Make You More Productive at Work?

Everyday, 63% of Americans reach for a cup of Joe to get them through the work day. However, if you want your morning coffee to really boost your productivity, you need to drink it the right way. This infographic from Toll Free Forwarding shows us how and when to...

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