[The Weight of the Nation] One of the most sickening things this graphic brings to light is the fact that 87% of the food and beverage ads seen by children ages 6-11 on TV are for products high in saturated fat, sugar, or sodium. The six companies who control nearly all of our mainstream media – see this Frugal Dad infographic – are bombarding people with unhealthy choices, and looking to make millions off of peoples poor eating and exercise choices.
Obesity affects both individuals and society's health as a whole, and is a larger health issue we should aim to address. (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post32254438&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
#INFOgraphic > Dealing with Obesity: Heart disease, Diabetes, Stroke and Cancer are some of the most common causes of death in our world and they are often associated with obesity issues. Proper diet and exercise is the most effective approach for dealing with excessive weight and bringing body back to healthier condition. > http://infographicsmania.com/dealing-with-obesity/
This doesn't even cover it all... add in foaming agents in chicken nuggets, plasticisers used in milkshakes and the fact that any meat labeled as "mechanically separated" involves the use of MORE chemicals and you are eating pieces of organs and bones in the process.
Many of us would love to find a way to increase our metabolism. It comes down to your lifestyle and what you put in your body. This infographic by Kirkland Science Labs suggests foods you can consume to increase your metabolism: