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Cool infographic: Burning calories!

Posted on : 02-08-2009 | By : Cindy | In : graphics, Losing it - weight loss & obesity

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This is a great visual to show how much exercise you need to do to burn off certain foods. Once you get your head around it, you’ll realise it’s a bit scary – just one cookie and a glass of wine means you have to walk for over an hour! On the positive side,  cutting out that cookie and glass of wine saves you from spending hours pounding the pavement. Some people exercise so they can eat more but this picture shows you have to do a heap of exercise to eat just a little more food!

This sensational graphic by Petra Axlund @ www.5Wgraphics.com, via Dataviz. {may need IE7+ or Firefox 3+ to view}

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clk for full2How to enlarge: click small right lower rectangle above for full screen

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