How Long Does it Really Take to Lose Weight

If you’re asking the question because you’re worried that it may take too long, then please stop reading this article now. While there are shortcut methods to burn off a few pounds right before a big day that can last in the short run, any major changes you try and make to your physical appearance are going to take much longer. If you’re not ready for the long haul when losing weight, you’re destined to fail.

Losing weight doesn’t have to be difficult, but just as you put weight on over time (not overnight), it’ll take about the same amount of time to get rid of it all again. Don’t worry though; I know that you have the motivation and ability to lose the pounds without giving up.

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Spam – The Less Than Obvious Destruction

Are you one of the millions of people who read their spam messages before the delete them? If you are, then you are a contributor in creating millions of metric tons of Green House Gas emissions every year just by reading spam messages. You may not have thought of it, but you use an energy source to boot up your computer and to read your spam messages. And you’re just one of many, trillion that is, that does the same.

Hurting the Environment

Environmentalists and other companies are using infographics like this one created by a leading SEO company to deliver ground-shaking statistics when it comes to Global Warming. It’s crazy to think that millions of people reading spam messages are increasing the amount of Green House Gas emissions into the environment. Spam is more than an annoying presence in your inbox … it’s also a major player in creating Green House Gases.

Take the Blame Already!

The United States is the largest producer of spam messages. China closes in at second place, and then India in third. Through the use of infographics like this one, we can help spread the word to reduce some of the spam people receive in their inboxes. If everyone would only delete their spam messages instead of reading them, we’d be able to cut down on the amount of Green House Gases emitted into the atmosphere every year.

Take a look at the infographic before you continue your reading.

Carbon Dioxide Chokes the Environment

The amount of carbon dioxide produced when over 52% of people read and then delete their spam messages is astronomical. Every year, there is 28.5 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emitted into the environment every year. People use an energy source to power up their laptop or pc, which causes an increase in Green House Gas emissions. It’s even worse if they forward or print them.

You don’t want to be the one who contributes to global warming by reading their spam messages, now do you? It’s time to recheck your email filters and doing your little – but important, none the less – part in keeping global warming in check.

Now that you know more about how to relay powerful messages through infographics, you may want to find an SEO company to create one for your company. Post written by guest blogger Shane.

Getting An Insight Into Your Personality Through Your Teeth

Many believe that palm readers can tell a lot about a person based on the intricacies of their hand. While that is a false claim, interestingly, the same principle can also be applied to someone’s smile. Not only are teeth indicative of overall health and hygiene, but they can also be an indicator of many personality traits and habits. Even a complete stranger can get a better understanding of someone’s disposition by looking at the size and shape of certain teeth.

Some of the information that can be deciphered from tooth structure includes gender, age, and whether the person is generally calm or anxious. Negative behaviors such as smoking, high anxiety, or chronic stress can physically alter the shape of someone’s smile. Reducing these recurrent behaviors can prevent premature aging and destruction of the tooth. The most common problem that occurs as a result of all of this physical and emotional stress is grinding of the teeth. If a dentist notices evidence of this behavior at a checkup then it might be time for a lifestyle change. Let us explore more in the infographic below.

Infographic via: Carrington College’s Phoenix dental assisting school program.