Google is taking their world dominant search engine a step further with a new nutrition data function.
That's right, you can now ask Google how many grams of sugar is in that bag of M&M's you are about to consume at the movies, or if one brand of cheese has a more favourable protein content than another......
This seems pretty cool on one hand, but on the other, the information is worth nothing without the correct interpretation. I predict most users will be checking the fat content of various junk foods, and then consuming twice as much of whatever turns out to be the 'best of the worst'.....
With internet giants such as Google getting involved in our health, it's more important than ever for you to take responsibility for your own wellbeing. With NZ talking about adding fat taxes to food, and still far too many experts with valued opinions demonizing fat, it will be easy for the wrong message to get through.
Do your own research, and make up your own mind, and that includes the information you get from us!
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Front Squat @ 60%
6 wall walks + 6 shoulder touches
sets of 5
10-1 DB Rows