Google is making eating healthy a little easier. If you are looking for extra nutritional information about the foods you eat, you can do a simple Google search to find out how many calories, carbs and fat content your food contains.
"Now, you can look up calories, fat, sugar protein of any food or drink," a spokesperson for Google said. "You can even compare types of avocados or English muffins."
All you have to do is head to Google.com and type in terms like "how many carbohydrates are in a banana" or "how many calories are in an apple" into the search bar, and you'll be provided with the answer, along with other nutritional information.
Will you be using Google to help you maintain a healthy diet?
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