What Americans Eat

What Americans Eat

August 26, 2013

Evaluating the diets of Americans. Source

Say No To Junk Food

Say No To Junk Food

July 24, 2013

We all spoil ourselves with occasional hamburger or a hot dog, even though we know it’s not particularly good for us. This simple infographic presents some of the most popular fast foods, together with various activities that you can engage in to burn the extra calories. Maybe you will start to look at your daily […]

How much exercise do you need to stay healthy

How much exercise do you need to stay healthy

July 21, 2013

We have 1,440 minutes in the day, what does it really look like to work out for 30 minutes. Source

Targeting Children With Treats

Targeting Children With Treats

July 19, 2013

On January 25, 2012, First Lady Michelle Obama and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack unveiled new requirements for nutritional standards in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs across the nation. The official press release outlines the improvements to school lunch programs that are expected to enhance the health of children at school as well […]

Childhood Obesity Triples in One Generation

Childhood Obesity Triples in One Generation

July 19, 2013

From the 1970’s to present, soda consumption, television watching, caloric intake, and the number of fast food locations has skyrocketed. This infographic shows the percentage of children aged 2 through 19 years old who are obese against the backdrop of these statistics. Source

Anatomy of a Vegan

Anatomy of a Vegan

July 3, 2013

Eye-popping colors and an X-ray theme give a whole new meaning to taking an “inside look” at veganism. Packed with info, this piece strikes a great balance between education and entertainment. Based upon a Facebook survey with text provided by the client, this is one of our favorites! Source

Sleep More, Weigh Less

Sleep More, Weigh Less

June 25, 2013

Sleeping an extra hour a night could help you drop 11 pounds in a year. Source

How to Carve Up Your Thanksgiving Calories

How to Carve Up Your Thanksgiving Calories

June 13, 2013

This Thanksgiving-serving-size infographic can help adults avoid holiday weight gain by learning how to choose healthier food portions, created by experts at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Source

The State of the School Lunch

The State of the School Lunch

May 31, 2013

Thanks to new nutritional reforms proposed by the USDA, school meals are getting a makeover. Here, a snapshot of where our cafeterias have been for the past 15 years, the new recommendations set forth by the USDA, and what kids might receive on their lunch trays this year. Source

Are Bananas Really As Bad for You as Cooki...

Are Bananas Really As Bad for You as Cooki…

May 30, 2013

Researchers from the University of Sydney set out to determine which foods fill you up and keep you full. The result was the satiety index — a measure of how full you feel after eating something. So, which one should you grab if you’re trying to satisfy hunger? Source

Diabetes in California

Diabetes in California

May 29, 2013

The rapid increase of type 2 diabetes can be reduced and reveresed through the first step of bringing awareness and education. The poster and graphs are samples of data taken from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and a volunteer who for blood sugar sample readings. This graph represents what a typical diabetic, without […]

Eating Out: From Bad to Worse

Eating Out: From Bad to Worse

May 25, 2013

Most people believe fast food would be the reason for this country’s obesity and food-related health woes. Perhaps surprisingly, however, many restaurants regularly serve up food that put the worst fast food menu items to shame when it comes to factors such as fat, calories and sodium. The following comparison illustrates the differences in unhealthiness […]