Heart Disease Awareness Poster

Heart Disease Awareness Poster

June 12, 2013

During this project I designed a poster with the intent of communicating a process. I selected the process of heart disease in the human body. The inspiration for this piece was the intricate but easily navigable flow map diagramming found in subway maps. Source

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Paula Deens Plate vs USDAs MyPlate

February 24, 2013

Paula Deen is honestly not the best role model for healthy eating, and her recent diabetes debacle has proven such. Nevertheless, Healthline has released a comparison of Paula Deen’s recipes with USDA’s MyPlate. Deen’s plate is visibly heavy in protein and a gray area of sweets, and has a surprisingly small portion of dairy. Her […]

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Tofu: The Plant Based Meat

February 19, 2013

Tofu is a soy based protein product that many vegetarians and vegans use for their protein source. Tofu is easy to flavor and cook with and once the fear of the white protein block goes away many find they actually like tofu. This infographic provides a few fun and easy recipes to get you started […]

The Truth About Food Additives

The Truth About Food Additives

December 6, 2012

These days eating healthy can really be a challenge with all the different unrecognizable names gracing the majority of food packages on the grocery store shelves. What exactly are all of these additives and even scarier, what are their side effects? The truth about what is actually in your food might just scare you. Source

Food Guide Pyramid

Food Guide Pyramid

October 20, 2012

A 1992 visualization of suggested portions to eat from the various food groups. Source

Eat Good Food

Eat Good Food

August 22, 2012

Getting the proper nutrition and eating right takes some time, dedication and education. This infographic breaks down the food guide pyramid and helps to explain eating healthy and all things nutrition.

Antioxidants

Antioxidants

June 17, 2012

These free-radical fighting antioxidants help you look and feel younger by slowing down the aging process, help prevent cancer, heart disease, and other degenerative diseases. Not only that, they speed up recovery from exercise … that means more muscle and less fat on your body in the long run. Source