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Original Air Date: May 31, 2021



Helpful Grocery Scanning App




Anyone looking to focus on overall fitness knows that paying attention to your caloric intake is an essential part of staying fit.

If you’re a nutritionist, you can probably look at all of the info on the product labels to determine what’s good and what’s counter-productive at the grocery store.

Well, now you can bring the evaluation skills of a nutritionist with you to the grocery store with the Fooducate app.

It uses the camera on your smartphone to scan the barcode on any common packaged product while your shopping to provide caloric and health info.

Eating healthy goes well beyond simply counting calories as things like sugar and sodium also have a big impact.

The app can also provide healthier alternatives as a suggestion when you scan an item that’s just not that good for you to eat.

This type of information is valuable to anyone, regardless of your current workout goals, so learn more at https://www.fooducate.com

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