Exercise increases the rate at which the body burns calories. In combination with the correct diet, it will lead to greater definition and the ability to build a six-pack. This infographic brought to you by Fightshop reveals the myths surrounding body fat, the most six-pack friendly and unfriendly foods and the most effective exercises for developing your core and sculpting your abdominal muscles. You CAN have that washboard stomach you’ve always dreamed of!
There are tons of incredible health benefits from drinking fresh juice that many people aren’t aware of. Research has found that drinking fresh pressed juice can improve sleep, increase energy, decrease stress, and even lead to a long life. The following infographic from BELLA NutriPro breaks down these benefits along with the differences between pasteurized juice and fresh juice, and much more.
Our bodies constantly demand energy and use the calories from food to keep functioning. Whilst it’s acceptable for us to treat ourselves to a takeaway every once in a while, indulging in such calorie rich foods too often can have a noticeable effect on our bodies and potentially compromise our health. There is an ever-growing range of diet strategies out there, but weight management still comes down to one simple thing – finding the right balance between the calories you take in and the calories you burn off.
Finding methods to help with appetite suppression and managing eating habits is hard. VH Nutrition, who offers a Curb Appetite Suppressant, has created the following infographic on controlling appetite and appetite suppression.
This infographic from Cascade Healthcare Solutions provides interesting facts about the obesity epidemic in America and impact it is having on the economy, military, and healthcare.
These days we live in a world full of tempting, tasty food everywhere we turn. New research from Weight Watchers reveals that it’s this overloaded food environment that causes us to overeat– it’s not just about lack of willpower! From browsing for breakfast cereals in our kitchen cupboards to grabbing a coffee on the go or piling on the pasta at dinner, we make an average of 200 food decisions every day. Around 90% of these decisions are unconscious – we don’t even notice them.
The gluten-free diet – aka the diet of celiac disease sufferers, the gluten intolerant and those with wheat or gluten allergies – is based on avoiding foods with gluten, including wheat, barley, spelt, rye and for some, oats. If you’ve been looking for the quick go-to guide on gluten-free living, this infographic from Taste Guru is your holy grail.
Most people don’t make it to their 100th birthday. In fact, only one in 5,000 people are expected to live that long. In the following infographic by Best MHA Programs see what centenarian’s secrets to a long healthy life are.
So, how much sugar are Americans consuming? Too much! In fact, the over-abundance of sugar in the American diet is linked to everything from metabolic syndrome to cancer, and given our tragic dependence on it, it’s even begun to be banned in some locales. If you’re still not convinced that the country is, at least on average, consuming too much sugar, this infographic by OnlineNursingPrograms.com may help.
A vegan diet can be healthy and simple. If a slim waistline, lots of energy, and a reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer have you wondering if a vegan diet is for you, you’ll discovers all the answers in the following infographic from PETA.
The importance of magnesium in our diets is often overlooked or forgotten. About 75% of Americans are currently magnesium deficient. RecoverySpray.com has designed the following infographic to show the key points and on magnesium deficiency statistics.
Foodies rejoice. Eating well in the UK doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg. The travel by train experts at The Trainline created this extensive list of British restaurants that are all Michelin Star Rated for the UK local or the traveling foodie.
Fat’s got a bad rap. We’ve heard that curbing our consumption of fatty foods will help you lose weight. We’ve reduced our fat intake, but obesity is still thriving. So what gives? The answer: It’s not fat’s fault. Instead, diets rich in carbohydrates have been secretly storing fat, slowly growing our waistlines and our obesity epidemic. Don’t believe it? This infographic from Massive Health shows how it happens.
This infographic from Put Pork On Your Fork, that interestingly enough is in the shape of a pig, shows how we can improve our diets and eating habits to make ourselves feel better inside.