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This New App Feature Can Tell How Many Calories You're Eating Just From A Picture
Keeping track of calories has been shown to help some people maintain or lose weight, but have you ever used one of those apps that helps you track? It's impossible to feel like you are entering calories correctly unless you eating a packaged food. Home cooking is especially tough. But this new feature on the app Lose It! claims that keeping track of calories should be as easy as snapping a picture.
The weight-loss app Lose It currently has a feature in beta called Snap It that allows users to snap a photo of the food they're eating and Lose It will offer a few guesses as to which food it is. The user can decide which is the most accurate option and fill out some extra details (i.e- whether or not your sushi roll is brown or white rice) and voila! Your garden salad, or maybe even this crack chicken, is automatically logged into your calorie count for the day.
Although Snap It is on its way to becoming the next big thing in dieting apps, Eater got a preview and says the app still needs some work. For example, it can easily recognize leftover pizza or some chocolate covered almonds, but can't recognize the most simple of ingredients—like a tomato, for instance—offering options like applesauce, soup, and smoothie. The app also mixed up a bowl of chips with a bowl of guacamole and thought Ritz crackers were ravioli or donuts.
Before losing hope, there is some good news.
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