Have you gained too much holiday weight? You may be thinking that it is time to shed weight for the new year but will you be following unconventional weight loss methods? This infographic from The Fitbug Blog may help you.
Ketosis is a process that the body does on an everyday basis, regardless of the number of carbs you eat. In this infographic by Ruled Me, get a brief overview of how the ketogenic diet works in respect to your body.
The reason most diets fail is that they take a “one size fits all” approach, which is still stuck in the dark ages. Research has found that your genetics, age, lifestyle, environment and health can impact how your body reacts to certain food combinations. And this explains how some diets work for some, and not for others.
Green coffee beans are the raw, unroasted seeds of Coffee fruits. According to new research from WebMD, “Ground green coffee beans, taken daily, seem to spur steady weight loss.” Because of this research and a recent episode of the Dr. Oz show devoted to the topic, green coffee beans are causing quite a buzz in the weight loss industry.
The Food Lovers Diet program is a simple and easy to follow diet plan that teaches you to how to lose weight without compromising much on lifestyle. This plan allows you to choose the right food which can make your body healthy and adjust diet according to it. Basic principle of Food Lovers Diet is to increase the metabolism rate and burn extra fat naturally.
Losing weight doesn’t have to be an overly complicated endeavor, but it does require a basic understanding of how diet, exercise, and lifestyle are all related. Diet and exercise alone aren’t as effective as you might think, which is why the folks at Pritikin took the time to research “The Science of Weight Loss” and identify exactly what works and why.
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.
The Freshology, Pressed Juicery, and Zone Diets are popular with Hollywood stars such as Amanda Seyfried, Kate Beckinsale, and Olivia Munn. Celebrities such as Sandra Bullock and Cindy Crawford have been on a low-carb diet such as the Zone Diet and South Beach Diet. Learn more about the hottest celebrity diets in the following infographic by Low Carb Foods.
Did you know you’re 43% less likely to become obese if you eat breakfast? Keeping fit and losing weight can be difficult, so make sure you’re doing it right! Avoid these 10 most common dieting traps provided by Waitrose along with stats to help you diet well.
This infographic by CleansingMaster.com shows how many people, even those who eat a ‘healthy diet’, could be consuming a cocktail of chemicals, toxins and other impurities every day. Learn some surprising, shocking, and often unsettling facts about our fresh produce and other foods we eat on a daily basis.
The following infographic from lowcarbfoods.org discusses some common myths and misconceptions associated with low carb lifestyle. Many people believe that these diets ban the consumption of carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables, and alcohol. Other misconceptions are that low carb diets raise cholesterol levels and cause different medical problems such as heart disease and kidney disease.
Google is known for its data and how it optimizes its community – but did you know that they also optimize their own employees? Using their internal “People Analytics” program, Google looks at how their employees eat in their free cafeteria and optimizes it so they’re healthier, make better eating decisions, and are more productive through that process.
With the refrigerator finally free of leftovers from the holiday, many Americans make the dreaded resolution to shed those pesky pounds they gained over the holidays. Vowing to be in better shape than the year before, some adults swear their fitness oaths loud and clear at local gyms. But what about those that don’t plan to get a new gym membership or renew an existing one? And how many actually stick to this popular resolution?