Tag: healthy eating
This infographic compares different food types and drinks of 200 calories. For example, for 200 calories you can expect to get 588 grams broccoli or 51 grams of gummy bears. There is obviously a huge difference there in terms of quantity. Of course, this says something about the quality of the food too. Having knowledge like this will most definitely make you look at certain foods in a different way.
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.
Juicing has become a major trend and more and more people are buying juice extractors to make their own juice for healthy benefits. This infographic from Hamilton Beach has some basic information about juicing and just how many people are into this trend.
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.
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.
Calories are how we measure the energy that our body uses for fuel. These calories “power” our bodies’ vital processes such as breathing, pumping blood and even sleeping. In this infographic by Greatist, learn more about what calories are and how to maintain a good calorie intake in maintaining a healthy weight and diet.
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.
Do you want to be healthier, save money and be more environmentally friendly? One small step you can do to tick all those boxes is to grow your own vegetables! Tiger Sheds have created an infographic showing how much money you can save over a year by growing your own vegetables for your weekly Sunday Roast.
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.
What are “super foods” anyway? These are foods that are full of things that are good for our health – antioxidants, fiber and essential fatty acids. When consumed as part of a healthy, balanced diet, these superfoods can improve how our immune system functions and as such help prevent illnesses and reduce physical signs of aging.
There’s a flood of mixed messages put out on a daily basis regarding one’s health. However, the key to staying healthy is fairly simple: live as natural a life as possible. This includes eating a natural diet. In fact, before eating, ask yourself: could I or my neighbors have made this? These and other interesting body hacks for a longer life in this infographic.
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.