There are plenty of detox programs nowadays. But some people are just following the trend without fully understanding the purpose or the reasons why we need to undergo detox programs. How effective are detox drinks and what it can do for the body?
Here are some reasons to detoxify your body:
1. Your normal state might not be your optimal state. Try to take a 10-day detox program and see its effect on your life. Just because you don’t have any health issues you think you are already healthy. Even though you always feel good, you may not realize that your normal state is not your optimal state.
2. Because you need a STAYCATION. Bad lifestyle habits such as sleeping late, lack of exercise and rest, and too much work, stress, and eating unhealthy foods produce toxins. The best way to remove these toxins is by getting a staycation where you will just be eating healthy foods, sleep and rest. Detoxifying will give you a break from all your unhealthy habits.
3. You need energy boost. After a body cleanse, you feel energetic and lively. It will give you a natural energy boost as a result of not taking foods rich in sugar, caffeine, trans fat and saturated fats and by following a healthy lifestyle.
4. Removes excess waste. To detoxify is to get rid of any excess waste stored in the body and will help stimulate the body to purge itself. It will flush out toxins from liver, kidney, and colons.
Score from the experts at Killer Infographics
Visual Communication - 50%
Design - 55%
Content/Script - 50%
Usability - 55%
This infographic offers a list of reasons for undertaking a detox. The list structure keeps a straightforward structure for the reader, and the presence of a photo alongside each list point keeps the reader engaged visually. The consistent color palette and type treatment help the reader to consume information quickly. At times, however, the photos are a little misleading, since they don't always communicate the information in the point at hand. The photographs as a set vary in composition and focus, which also might prove distracting. The copy itself is focused and communicates some important information about the infographic's topic. However, the list items are inconsistent in their structure, and the explanatory copy contains a lot of information that the reader wouldn't get by just a quick glance. Overall, there's a lot of information here, but it needs a bit more balance between the text and visuals. We'd give this an F.