Small Change, Big Gain [Infographic]

Metabolism & The Science Of Healthy Living

Metabolism is a vital process to unlock the secrets of a healthy living. There are numerous studies indicating that the good metabolism can help you live better, longer and in a more energetic manner. The human body has been designed to be in motion and to do that efficiently it needs at least, good quality food, constant exercise, and a good night sleep. But it needs more as this infographic demonstrates!

Small Change, Big Gain

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Metabolism For The Rest Of Us

Metabolism is a major asset to the human body contributing to its normal operation and to its well-being (as NAD+ does).

Metabolism is:

the set of life-sustaining chemical transformations within the cells of organisms. The three main purposes of metabolism are the conversion of food/fuel to energy to run cellular processes, the conversion of food/fuel to building blocks for proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, and some carbohydrates, and the elimination of nitrogenous wastes. (Wikipedia: Metabolism)

As various studies suggest, the metabolism can provide major benefits to the human body and there are many references, suggest ways on how to boost your metabolism.

You can find many references and information on how to enhance your metabolism at:

All these references would persuade on the positive impact a good metabolism would have on your level of living!

The Small Change, Big Gain Clause

Metabolism though is a process and as a process, it needs to be optimized. Have you heard of the Butterfly effect? It is a concept derived from chaos theory stating that small changes can have a huge output. As the metabolism is!

You can find much information about how metabolism can contribute to the healthy living in the following infographic, developed by Elysium Health.

Small Change, Big Gain Infographic

Image Developed And Released By Elysium Health

Please study it, and check how small changes can bring big gains!

    Takis Athanassiou is an IT Consultant, Blogger, Trainer & Writer, active in the areas of leadership, business consulting, e-Learning and social media. He aims at the development of people, business and assets! You can check out his blog, add him in Google+ and follow him on Twitter.

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    • I found when I focus on my health their are great benefits to my leadership. They are closely connected with each other.

      • I agree Dan. I believe that personal elements always influence or impact your leadership level and readiness!