Google helps dieters compare nutritional information
You can now compare the nutritional information of any two foods on Google. This feature gives dieters a quick way to make decisions about what to eat.
Whether you’re avoiding carbs or just generally interested in nutritional information, getting these comparisons couldn’t be easier. Just type the two foods into Google, with the word “versus” or “vs”.
For example, if you’re trying to decide between munching on celery or carrot sticks, type “celery vs carrots”, and you’ll see this:
Or are you curious about which morning beverage offers more caffeine?
Type “coffee vs tea”, and you’ll see this:
On your break at work and trying to decide on what fruit to snack on?
Type “apple vs orange”.