There’s no accurate calculation on how long it takes to lose weight because of individual differences. Our body has different reactions towards diet and exercise thus, we can’t lose weight as fast as we would like to. There are things you need to know in order to understand why shedding a pound of fat is hard and slow.
1. Understand how your body loses weight. We lose weight when we eat fewer calories than what our body needs. The body will start burning fats then you gradually lose weight.
2. Health benefits of weight loss. There are plenty of health benefits from losing weight like reducing your risk of acquiring heart diseases. When you reduce visceral fats, you can avoid health problems such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
3. Observe the physical indications of weight loss. You will feel the indications that you started losing weight by observing your body measurements. When your belt fits a little more loosely and your arms and thighs look slimmer in the mirror then you are starting to lose some pounds. However, only after you lose a significant amount of weight that these indications became noticeable to other people.
4. Apply weight loss strategies. Losing weight starts by phasing out processed food, fast foods, and sweets. Instead, cook meals at home using fresh ingredients and vegetables.
Score from the experts at Killer Infographics
Visual Communication - 70%
Design - 70%
Content/Script - 70%
Usability - 70%
This infographic discusses techniques for losing weight as well as how long it might take to notice a difference physically or on the scale. Beginning with a photo of a bathroom scale and measuring tape is a good way to visually set the scene for the topic at hand. Each subsequent photo also speaks to diet, exercise, and weight. The numbered sections make navigating the design easy. However, most of the information to be learned from this infographic is only communicated with text. Sentence- and paragraph-form text is quite long for an infographic; viewers shouldn't have to read lengthy descriptions to understand the takeaways. A bulleted, truncated approach is best for simple viewing. In all we'd give this a C.