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Do You Like Seafood? You Might Want To Check This – Infographic

Seafood was sampled from 81 retail outlets in NYC, the DNA of seafood was tested, where at least one mislabeled item was found 39% of the time. Surprisingly (not), it doesn’t look much better in other locations.

Source: Visual.ly

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The Handy Kitchen Cheat Sheet – Infographic

If you are a fan of food and cooking, this might be of help to you. This infographic will help in converting metric numbers.

Source: Everest

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The Rise Of The 3DPrinting Revolution, Objects On Demand – Infographic

Design a pair of shoes on your computer, hit “Print,” and wear them an hour later. If that kind of technology doesn’t blow your mind, you’re dead to me.

The cost of 3D printing technology is finally within the grasp of consumers, and many believe it’s poised to revolutionize commerce. Companies are rushing to get out in front of this new custom marketplace, offering 3D-printed fashion, furniture and even food.

But how does this technology work? What kind of materials does it utilize? And how fast is this industry growing? The folks at HighTable.com have created the visual explanation below. Regrettably, this infographic will only print in 2D — unless you fold it into some sort of origami swan. But that one’s on you.

Source: Mashable.com, high table

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How Much Does Obesity Cost Employers? – Infographic

Fact: Working in the typical modern office is hazardous to your health. Hunching over a keyboard for a third of the day makes employees fatter, sicker and more stressed than less sedentary occupations do.

And here’s the rub: The health damage inflicted by desk-bound drudgery cycles back and hurts the companies you work for. How? The high cost of obese employees for businesses.

The amount of time Americans spend sitting increased by 8% between 1980 and 2000. Obesity rates, meanwhile, doubled during that time span. Nearly 300 million Americans don’t get the minimum level of exercise required for good health, while the portion of jobs that require physical activity has declined by about 30% since 1960.

The annual medical costs of obesity-related diseases and conditions totals about $147 billion, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Obesity’s annual cost to employers tops $73.1 billion, according to a 2010 Duke University study. Sick days, doctors appointments and overall decreased productivity are among the factors that contribute to that total…Read More

Source: Mashable.com, Keas

German Restaurants in New York City

German Food – Real Good Food