It has been a while since I have had an involvement in the development of an infographic and I was intrigued and pleased to contribute to the infographic you see below from those nice folk at Elysium Health in New York.
The graphic was all about health tips. Now anyone who knows me will expect me to come up with a lot and be able to happily talk about keeping in good shape for hours, so there was no shortage of health tips from my end.
You can see below I have mentioned post-workout nutrition. This is important and something I take care to do myself. Even after yesterday's hilly run (7.5 miles) I made sure I had a glass of cherry juice as I went to have a shower. So there, I do practice what I preach! I can't resist pointing out that having something nutritious after a workout, or a run, is helpful if it is rich in antioxidants which help mop-up free radicals which can go on to cause cellular damage later on.
Speaking of cellular damage, the graphic helpfully explores some of the science behind the metabolism; an integral process within our cells. Elysium even provides some of their own tips for maintaining good metabolic health. Having knowledge on these things is powerful and it is always fascinating to learn more about how our bodies work. This page on NAD+ and cell metabolism is a good place to start.
Take a look below, does it make sense, you see what they're driving at? Check out the other contributors as well - already I have seen the blog of Michelle Maclean which looks interesting and I think I'll be visiting again.