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Masters Champions Dinners – Infographic

Masters Tournament Champions Dinners

One of the great sports traditions wrapped up yesterday as Adam Scott of Australia donned the green jacket at Augusta National Golf Club becoming the 77th person and first Australian ever to win the Master’s Tournament.  Did you know, however, that each year on the Tuesday before the tournament begins the past year’s champion plays host to a Champions Dinner attended by past winners and select VIP guests?  They also get to choose the menu which usually is the golfer’s favorite foods or something  indicative of their homeland..  Today’s infographic from highlights the past 20 selections along the calorie counts for those of us watching our waistlines.

Masters Champions Dinner
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Posted by on April 15, 2013 in Infographics


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What Does 200 Calories Look Like? – Infographic

What Does 200 Calories Look Like?

I am in the middle of a long, long journey to lose weight right now, so I am very mindful of my caloric intake.  However, it is sometimes very difficult to visualize those calorie counts when I am looking at my plate.  Reddit user afriendlysortofchap has helped a great deal by putting together images of 200 calorie portions of 71 common food items from into one infographic. [VIA]

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Posted by on March 27, 2013 in Infographics


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Shelf Life of Food — Infographic

The Shelf Life of Food

We’ve all done it — you go on a shopping spree at the grocery store and buy all kinds of goodies, but a few weeks (or months!) later you find something in the back of the fridge and can’t remember, or tell, if it’s still god or not.  Today’s infographic puts most of the commonly used grocery items to the test, giving you their estimated lifespan on the shelf, refrigerator, and freezer (if you can freeze it). Don’t worry though, honey is still goof forever!  [VIA]

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Posted by on March 21, 2013 in Infographics


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Caffeine vs. Calories — Infographic

“Buzz” v. “Bulge”

If you are anything like me, you need your daily dose of caffeine to function, but are desperately trying (in my case someone unsuccessfully) to watch your caloric intake and “battle the bulge”.  Have you ever considered the number of calories that are in some of our “high octane” caffeinated beverages though?  Today’s infographic tries to put this in a little perspective, showing some of the most popular drinks with corresponding food items and exercises needed to burn off those calories. (Low calorie, high caffeine drinks in the upper left to high caffeine, low calories drinks in the lower right.  Well balanced beverages hang toward the middle of the graph. [VIA]

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Posted by on February 15, 2013 in Infographics


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How Much Do Humans Eat in a Lifetime? — Infographic

How Much Do Humans Really Eat?

We’re always being told what foods are good for us and which are bad.  I know that I am constantly fighting with temptation and how much I actually eat and what I eat all in the name of losing lots of weight and keeping healthy.  Usually this is something that I monitor and watch from meal to meal, but I’ve never thought about just how much I really eat over the course of my entire life.  Today’s infographic helps to break our food intake down a little. [VIA]

Food over a lifetime infographic

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Posted by on February 1, 2013 in Infographics


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The 13 Essential Vitamins and Where to Find Them — Infographic

13 Essential Vitamins

Good food and nutrition is essential for loving a long, healthy life.  We are always faced with the daunting task of not only eating a well-balanced diet with the right amounts of vitamins and minerals, paired with exercise to make sure we’re talking the best care of our bodies.  Sometimes this means taking some multi-vitamins or supplements to help reach our nutritional goals and needs.  Todays infographic is meant to help teach not only what are considered the 13 essential vitamins for good health, but also what foods contain them so we can now try to break free of the pill bottle and move toward more healthy living! [VIA]

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Posted by on January 29, 2013 in Infographics


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