Weight Loss

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Weight Loss is an intentional or unintentional reduction of the body mass, mostly due to a loss of body fat, fluid, muscle. Intentional weight loss requires a conscious effort to improve an actual or perceived overweight body by dieting and/or undertaking physical activity.

Dieting without proper nutrition and detoxing may result in rebound to the original weight. Proper dieting and nutrition, lifestyle changes and physical activity all help weight loss to be sustainable. Weight loss diagram below shows this effect.

Weight Loss Diagram

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To really know whether you are overweight, you need to review your body mass index, also known as BMI. Essentially, it is a combination of one’s height and weight. Various body mass indexes indicate whether you are considered underweight, normal, overweight or obese. The below BMI chart shows this relationship using feet/inches and cm vs. pounds lbs and kg.

Body Mass Index Diagram

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Below is even simpler chart which shows target weight given female and men height. The diagram also shows low and high weight.

Weight Height Chart

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So how do you lose weight? There are many methods out there but studies show that most effective ways to lose weight is to reduce sugar intake, use smaller portions and combine dieting with physical exercise.

Weight loss methods: how to lose weight

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There are many weight loss plans out there. Ensure whatever dieting option you undertake, it incorporates changes to your lifestyle including physical activity. Here is a sample weight loss plan.

Weight Loss Plan

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Brain Diagram | Brain Chart

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Brain Diagram – Brain Chart – Diagram of a Brain.  Diagram of a human brain labelled.  Brain diagram showing different parts of a brain with labels.  Human brain diagram.  Parts of the human brain as studied in medicine. Human brain. Components of a brain.

Brain Chart - Brain Diagram - Human Brain

Brain Chart – Brain Diagram – Human Brain

Source: IRSC.edu

Eye Colors

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Eye Colors: the colors of a human eye are dependent on the two main characteristics. The first characteristic that determines eye color is the pigmentation of the eye’s iris, the second is the frequency of light scattering in the stroma of the iris. Iris varies from light brown to black, the blue and green pigments are not found in the human iris, rather these colours are a product of lighting conditions.

The eye colors are based on genetics: blue, grey, amber, hazel, brown, green, black. Blue, grey and green eyes are rare; most of world’s population has brown eyes. The eye color chart below depicts various types of eyes. Many now use contact lenses of different colours to alter their appearance.

eye colors

eye colors

Wellness

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Wellness Checklist – Wellness is a state of one’s well-being and is achieved through self-directed, focused and conscious effort along various dimensions including one’s Health (Physical), Financial, Emotional, Environmental, Spiritual, Social, Occupational (Job) and Intellectual state of being. Success achieved in some of these areas may constitute for the feeling of happiness and pride but the effect is often short-lived. To achieve long-lasting wellness one really needs to balance across most or all of the wellness dimensions listed here.

Wellness Chart

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Health or Physical – recognizes the need for healthy diet, wellness, exercise, good sleep and discourages use of tobacco, alcohol and drugs
Financial – encourages savings, management of debt and financial literacy
Environmental – involves feeling safe in one’s surrounding including home and work places
Occupational – recognizes success in daily professional activities including feelings of doing something meaningful and purposeful
Emotional or Mental – involves capacity to express feelings and cope with difficult situations
Intellectual – recognizes the pursuit of knowledge and creativity while also emphasizing the need to share the learning with others
Social – encourages strong links with one’s community, communication and socializing between individuals
Spiritual – recognizes one’s beliefs and values including sense of purpose and inner balance


Dimensions of Wellness

The 8 dimensions of wellness are presented in the cycle symbolizing the interconnection between the various dimensions.
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Health Wellness Checklist

The below checklist focuses on the Health or Physical dimension and includes the following 3 main categories: Nutrient, Exercise and Habits. Nutrient includes eating variety of foods, primarily plant based, with low sodium, low calorie and low sugar content. Exercise includes strength building, aerobic and flexible workouts. Habits include good sleep, no smoking and low alcohol and caffeine consumption.
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Financial Wellness

The financial wellness checklist includes the key attributes of the financial well-being including exploring current attitudes about money, establishing financial goals, developing a budget, identifying saving strategies (from short to long term), utilizing insurance, leaving a legacy and living with influence (e.g. helping others, taking time for self).
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Digestive System Diagram

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Digestive System Diagram – The digestive system of a human consists of the following anatomy parts: stomach, intestines, bladder, rectum, anus, liver, colon, and other organs.  High quality printable digestive system chart.  Human digestive system.

Digestive System Diagram

Also see other human organ systems Source: CK12, Methiscool

Cancers Types

Cancer Types. The below cancer types diagram depicts various cancer-related statistics for USA and globally. The diagram lists most common and most deadly cancer types for men and women. Combination of mortality rate and occurrence frequency results in higher number of deaths.

For men leading cancer types are lung, prostate, colorectal, pancreatic and liver. For women it is lung, breast, stomach, colorectal and ovarian. The below diagram explains the different types and provides relevant cancer stats for men and women.

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Obesity Chart

Obesity Diagram – Obesity Chart – Obesity charts show the level of obesity for women and men. This type of graphic is often referred to as weight height chart. So what weight is considered obese? What is obesity in general? Am I obese or am I overweight and what is the difference? These questions can be answered by analyzing the below diagram, which provides an objective measurement and serves as good guidance in terms of whether one has excessive weight and fat.

Height is an important component as it is expected that tall individuals will have more weight. Bone density may be another factor and one’s appearance may not fully correspond to the obesity indicator. Obesity weight for a given height is presented in the below table. The below chart displays overweight, obese, normal and underweight weight by person’s height as well as a corresponding Body Mass Index (BMI).

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Cigarettes Chemicals Chart

Cigarettes Chemicals – Cigarettes Chart – Cigarette Diagram – Cigarettes Chemicals Chart – The below cigarettes chart displays various dangerous chemicals that can be found in cigarettes. Cigarette smoke is dangerous because of the following chemicals: butane, nicotine, arsenic poison, methane gas, carbon monoxide, methanol, fuel and paint. Cigarettes chemicals table. These chemicals found in cigarettes are bad for human health.

Cigarettes Chemicals

Diabetes Chart

Diabetes Diagram – Diabetes Chart – Diabetes Symptoms – Signs and symptoms of diabetes – What is diabetes? Diabetes is a medical condition that results in insulin system insufficiency, too much sugar in the blood, or high blood glucose. HbA1c test score, mean blood mg dl, glucose mmol per l. Diabetes Chart.

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Fetal Growth Chart

Fetal Growth Chart – Fetal Growth Diagram – Fetal Growth charts explain the growth of the fetus through the months of pregnancy as well as provide key information to ensure the awareness of future mothers at each stage of the pregnancy. The diagram below also explains health risks for the growth of the fetus.

fetal growth chart

Blood Pressure Chart

Blood Pressure Chart – Blood Pressure – Blood Pressure Diagram – Blood Pressure Graph – Blood Pressure Table – Blood Pressure Plot. Blood pressure charts showing high blood pressure (systolic) and low blood pressure (diastolic). Low heart pressure, ideal blood pressure, high blood pressure ranges by blood category mm Hg. Blood pressure diagrams showing what is dangerous blood pressure. Normal blood pressure chart.

Blood Pressure Chart

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