7 FOODS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR HAIR GROW FASTER #Infographic #Food&Hair

The state of our hair is an indication of overall health. If you aren’t consuming the right nutrients and vitamins, your hair can get thinner and even stop growing. In order to grow your hair faster, you’ll need a diet rich in protein, vitamin C, biotin, zinc and iron. Nourish your body from the inside out and your hair will be healthier.

Protein is an essential building block of hair and your hair needs it in order to be healthy. You can add more protein to your diet by eating chicken, beef, seafood and beans. Eggs contain biotin which enhances hair growth. Iron is essential for hair growth; iron deficiencies have been linked to hair loss.

Check out the best foods to eat to grow your hair longer faster.

An infographic by Shop Hair Dryers.

Lies Of the Food Industry #Infographic #Food

Lies in the food industry are rampant, yet few consumers realize the extent of producers’ untruths. This means that when the truth does come out, it’s a huge scandal. Take the 2013 horse meat scandal – 63% of consumers said their trust in the industry was damaged as a result, which pushed increasing numbers of us to look to smaller, independent producers for our food.

Unfortunately, the horse meat scandal is only one example of many lies being spilled by food industry giants.

Did you know for instance that in the USA, if the food contains less than 0.5g of trans fat per serving it can be labeled as trans-fat free? Sure, less than 0.5g might not sound like much, but if a lot of the foods you’re eating contain these “insignificant” amounts, the total consumed can soon add up.

If the food industry was more open about what they sell – if they told us where their food comes from and were completely honest about what it contains – they may be able to begin earning consumers’ trust back.

That might sound logical to you and me, and yet, it seems they’re not listening. The horse meat scandal might now feel like a distant memory, but we shouldn’t stop paying close attention to the origin and contents of our food. Here are some of the many other lies we’re still regularly being fed.

An infographic by Ship It Appliances.

Food that Harms Your Teeth #Infographic #Dental

We eat and drink food every day. We need it to live, although we often enjoy it just for the taste as well. Clearly, it also affects the health of our body and many people take that into consideration daily, but how often do you think about the effects it can have on your teeth specifically? Our teeth are a part of our body to and, as such, they should be treated with care. Read this infographic from Bright Side Dental – Warren to get a quick overview of how different types of foods and drinks can affect your teeth.

An infographic by Bright Side Dental.

The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Singapore #Infographic #Gastronomy

Hi! We’re JB & Renee from Will Fly for Food, a travel blog for the gastronomically inclined. This visual is an infographic version of our First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Singapore. It includes important information for first-time visitors to the city like when to go, how much money to bring, how long to stay, which attractions to visit, where to stay, and other useful travel tips. Food plays a significant role in our trips, so there’s detailed information about what to eat and where best to try them. Singapore is a serious food city so before we went, we consulted trusted Singaporean food blogs to find the best places to eat. If food is important to you, then you’ll find this guide very useful. It includes information as well about Singapore’s top tourist attractions and how to get discounts on entrance fees and passes. Have a delicious time in Singapore!

An infographic by Will Fly for Food.

The World’s Healthiest Diets #Infographic #Diet

According to UNESCO, Mediterranean and Japanese Washoku diets are part of the world’s intangible cultural heritage since 2014. And why is that? That’s because they both are considered the world’s healthiest diets thanks to the nutrients they contain in their meals. Moreover, studies have proven that these two diets increase life expectancy and reduce the risk of suffering from various illnesses.

The Mediterranean and Japanese dishes are actually very different from each other in terms of ingredients, flavour or preparation; but they both balance perfectly the amount of nutrients you need to eat for a healthy lifestyle. Paella, ramen, hummus or sushi are some of the best known dishes featured in these diets.

In the infographic below, MEDIGO analyses the nutrients that make these two diets so healthy, shows the statistics about some of the diseases that they help prevent and offers various tips for better eating habits. Now, you just need to enjoy these delicious meals and you will live happy and healthy!

An infographic by MEDIGO.