Google now lets you look up the calorie counts in your meals from popular fast food restaurants like McDonalds.
You can search “calories in X” or simply ask out loud after saying “OK, Google.” The result is a nutritional information box listing calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, potassium, carbohydrates and protein.
While there are plenty of calorie counting apps like MyFitnessPal already available, this just makes for a handy alternative.
Google has made no indication about whether it plans to expand the feature to include more restaurants over time.
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