Google is already the greatest search engine ever, and now it’s getting on board the health conscious movement that’s been sweeping the US. In response to frequent searches for the fiber content, calorie count, or nutritional labels, Google is adding nutrition information to the search results pages. You can search questions like, “How many calories are in X?” or “How many carbs are in X?” Then the answer will display in a handy box and information graphic at the top and side of your window. Now you don’t even need to click into the links returned to answer a range of food related questions just over 1,000 foods. It’s currently only available in the U.S., for English language speakers, but Google has plans to ramp up the features, foods included, and languages its accessible in over time.
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Google stepping up in the nutrition world! What do you think?