The True Facts about Diet and Weight Loss

Weight loss is a subject where most people seem to talk about. And so many people of all ages tried so many different kinds of diet. But where the one guru said this diet works the best, some doctors tell you that nothing really works. At the end of the day there are just a few who manage to succeed. In spite of all the efforts, all those books, all those videos and all that money… does it make sense?

Yes! Diet and Weight Loss
Really Make Sense

Yes, for some it make sense, for others not. Nevertheless if you have a problem with your weight and with losing weight there is only one way for you to go; keep on searching for the right solution. Or rather a personal solution because what’s working for your neighbor might not be working for you.

You Have to Take Care of Yourself

So what you’ll have to learn is how to take care of yourself. To learn about the best food for your body and health. To learn about the right amount off food and the intake during the day. And then make it your lifestyle! Make a habit of eating whats good for you in the amounts that are good for you and divide it over three meals per day. That is actually one of the best weight loss tips on the planet.

The Best Place to Start

Weight Loss Guru-XL This Weight Loss Guru-XL website aims to be the best place where you can find tons of information about weight loss, weight loss foodsweight loss programs and much more.  All kinds of weight loss tips and maybe even information about weight loss pills and weight loss surgery. But also weight loss success stories to inspire you.

Can Magnifying the Universe Help You to Understand Weight Loss?

If you are interested in the deeper knowledge of your body and the universe, this interactive info graphic of our universe might help you to get deeper insight. This interactive infographic from Number Sleuth accurately illustrates the scale of over 100 items within the observable universe ranging from galaxies to insects, nebulae and stars to molecules and atoms. Numerous hot points along the zoom slider allow for direct access to planets, animals, the hydrogen atom and more. As you scroll, a handy dial spins to show you your present magnification level.

While other sites have tried to magnify the universe, no one else has done so with real photographs and 3D renderings. To fully capture the awe of the vastly different sizes of the Pillars of Creation, Andromeda, the sun, elephants and HIV, you really need to see images, not just illustrations of these items. Stunningly enough, the Cat’s Eye Nebula is surprising similar to coated vesicles, showing that even though the nebula is more than 40,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 times larger, many things are similar in our universe.

We hope you have a blast magnifying the universe, know that each time you zoom in a depth, you’re magnifying the universe 10x … and every time you zoom out, the bigger objects are 1/10th of their prior size. If you zoom from the biggest object, The Observable Universe (8.8 x 10E26 … or 880,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000m across), all the way down to the hydrogen atom’s proton nucleus (1.7 x 10E-15 … or 0.0000000000000017m across), you will have zoomed in over 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000x! Unbelievable isn’t it? Our universe really is immensely massive and surprisingly small.

How To Use:

  1. To experience this interactive infographic in full screen (our recommendation) click the “Full Screen” button in the top right corner of the infographic.
  2. Choose one of nine starting points by moving your mouse over and clicking one of the 9 images (atoms, animals, buildings, mountains, planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies and the observable universe).
  3. Now on the bottom of the infographic, there is a blue blue dot that you can click on with your mouse.Drag the blue circle left to go “up” in size and drag the blue circle right to go “down” in size
  4. To relocate to one of the nine entry points, click the corresponding yellow dot on the scroller at the bottom of the page

Copyright 2012. Magnifying the Universe by Number Sleuth.

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