Dispelling nutrition myths, ranting, and occasionally, raving

How to choose yoghurt (#FF @canva)

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Choosing Yogurt

Do you like the infographic I made? It’s pretty simplified (but that’s what infographics are supposed to be, right?). I know that the yoghurt (or yogurt if you’re anyone else in North America besides me) aisle can be overwhelming so I made this little guy to help you navigate it.

That’s where the Follow Friday came in. I used Canva which was totally free and very easy to work with. If you’re looking to make a simple infographic and don’t have the funds to pay a graphic designer I definitely recommend checking them out.

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Author: Diana

I'm a registered dietitian from Nova Scotia, living and working in Ontario, Canada. My goal is to help people relearn how to have a healthy relationship with food.

10 thoughts on “How to choose yoghurt (#FF @canva)

  1. Horizontal red lines are weird. I took a few seconds to think whether the bit with the tooth was about calcium or lactose (clear if you actually read what’s in there but yeah).

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    • Thanks for the feedback Andrew. I debated removing the horizontal lines but it looked weirder without them. It could probably have been made more aesthetically pleasing but I didn’t have much time to devote to it – I made it at the last minute for a staff education event.

      It was also a struggle to find suitable icons to include. They have a lot of free ones (which I was using) but sadly no yoghurt icons.

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  2. This is great! Out of curiosity, where did you do your internship?

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  3. Great graphic Diana…very useful. Can I use it to post it in my office? Of course I will credit you :-)

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