P1 Project Statement (Preliminary)

Health Benefits of a Pescatarian Diet (Revised- Changed topics wk 3)

A Pescatarian Diet is essentially a vegetarian who doe not consume any meat, but will eat seafood as an exception. This diet is considered healthy and has its definite health benefits. The purpose of my infographic for this project will be to inform my viewers about this diet and also it’s key health benefits as some people chose this diet because it can be beneficial for a healthier lifestyle. Some possible content for my design will be what specific benefits this entails, how many people follow this diet, what the diet consists of, and its comparison to other diets.

My client for project one is NutriLiving, a website based on healthy lifestyle choices. NutriLiving.com contains healthy food based articles written by physicians, which contains a wide variety of vibrant, nutrient-dense foods as a way to help increase energy vitality, prevent illness and improve it’s viewers overall quality of life and lifestyle influences.

Research:

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Process Work (sketches):

p1 sketches  p1 sketches2

Sources:

https://www.nutriliving.com/

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chloe-spencer/pescetarianism_b_956965.html

http://www.musclemagfitness.com/nutrition/healthy-eating/pescetarian-diet-for-total-health.html

http://www.ehow.com/about_7629999_benefits-being-pescatarian.html

http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/being-pescatarian-healthy-9848.html

http://www.nerdgraph.com/

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