Did you know that at the end of 2015, there were 74,812 pizzerias in America? That’s more than 10 times the number of hospitals in the country! With so many pizzerias in the USA, it’s no surprise America has such an obsession with pizza. This multi-billion-dollar-a-year industry has grown slowly but steadily over the past four years.
How protein helps build muscle? Protein is composed of amino acids, which are the building blocks of our muscles as well as our body. Without amino acids, our body cannot build, regenerate, or sustain muscle tissue. So yes, we need protein—we need it every day. Here are some protein-rich foods in an infographic from NO Max Shred.
With winter approaching, there will be a lot of hot cocoa drinking in the near future. This infographic presents a few variations on a classic recipe – like mint white hot chocolate, Nutella hot chocolate, or cookies and cream. And it also has a few cider, wine, and rum recipes as well. When the snow’s falling, there’s nothing sweeter than a warm cup of deliciousness!
Christmas is full of flavors. It’s an explosion on our taste buds. We suffer from food and drink hangovers, we stumble groggily through a haze of glitter towards New Year, realizing that if we never see another glass of Buck’s Fizz or turkey sandwich again we’d be perfectly happy. However, there’s no reason overindulging must get the better of you this Christmas.
If you want to keep your teeth and gums healthy all the time, you should know that there are certain foods (and drinks) you should include in your daily diet. These are teeth-friendly foods that don’t only prevent cavities and periodontal disease, also freshen and whiten the teeth. Here are some of them in an infographic from Felt Family Dentistry.
With the average Thanksgiving meal containing a whopping 3000 calories over the traditional 2000-2500 per day, no wonder why we all hit the couch for a nap or some football. Plexus Worldwide has created this Thanksgiving themed infographic that breaks down the traditional holiday meal from consumption to calories.
A pint of local ale is something of a British tradition and in recent years there’s been a resurgence of small, independent breweries around the country. The celebration of locally crafted beers and ales is now, thankfully, much more common place. Flavors are rich, well made and packaged and marketed with care by passionate people. Those who have taken the time to learn their trade and craft, often award winning ales and beers have given the industry a real boost.
Excited for a wine tasting event? Don’t forget about the rules inside the tasting room. Follow this wine tasting etiquette in an infographic by Cellars Wine Club.
Nuts are loaded with essential vitamins and minerals. Yes, they’re good for the body. Whether it is a pecan, Brazil nut, cashew, almond, hazelnut, or pistachio, health benefits abound. Walnuts, for example are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds, on the hand, are rich in Vitamin E. And the list goes on. Why not give it a try? Here are some benefits of nuts.
Mason jar salads are becoming a go-to, cherished way to enjoy a healthy lunch! They are portable, easy to prepare ahead of time, and versatile. Simply shake them up and empty into a bowl when you are ready to chow down! This infographic presents 10 tasty, nutritious recipes from around the web, suitable for a single serving or more.