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20 Interesting Nutrient Infographics That Make You Think Again About Your Food Choices

Have you ever tried to lose weight by cutting your portion sizes? You think that eating less will help you lose weight. Some people have been following well-known diets such as Paleo, Keto, low carb, low-fat diet, etc. Besides, healthy food and drinks are widely produced and many people really believe in their effectiveness in losing weight. Therefore people include them in their daily diet as healthy alternatives. For example, instead of eating chicken Mcnuggets, they replace them with fruits and nuts mix.

What if I say that you have been mistaken about the nutritional value of food. The fitness chef, a popular Instagram account has burst out all the myths about proper nutrition. Interesting nutrition infographics shared by this nutritionist have astonished many people at their wrong food choices. On the other hand, many followers have applied them to find truly healthy foods. Below are 20 interesting images compiled from The fitness chef account, which will give you a different perspective on the healthy food you’ve always believed in. And they will certainly make you consider working with a nutritionist to start your weight loss plan now.

#1 Kitkat Chunky’s has fewer micronutrients but fewer calories than cacao energy ball and fruits&nut mix

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#2 Bread doesn’t make you overweight but overconsuming any given may

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#3 Most kinds of cereal are similar in key nutritional variables such as calories, proteins, fiber, and sugar

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#4 This snickers bar that you wanted actually contains fewer calories and nutrients

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#5 Now we know that calories without micronutrients don’t make us fat

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#6 Small amounts of food can be higher calories than a meal

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#7 You can enjoy McDonald’s nuggets and Coca-cola from time to time now

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#8 Instead of labeling food as good or bad, your dietary goal matters

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#9 That fry up contains moderate calories and probably enough nutrients

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#10 Don’t mistake nutrient intakes for energy balance

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#11 Here, the proposition of drinking coffee and biscuits doesn’t seem supportive to caloric control.

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#12 “Small changes can make a big difference over time”

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#13 Regularly eating higher volumes of low-calorie food can result in a calorie deficit

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#14 Both are legitimate snacking options but a glazed donut contains fewer calories

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#15 Think twice before ordering a milkshake after lunch

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#16 Dried fruits won’t make you thin

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#17 That healthy snacking if repeated over time can negatively affect your health

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#18 That white toast with Nutella you demonized turned out better for your diet

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#19 Another myth about weight loss with avocado

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

#20 Again calories with fewer micronutrients don’t make you fat

Source: Graeme Tomlinson

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