TechRadars, a new app, allows users to calculate nutritional information about foods in a way that can be shared with friends and family.
The app uses data from the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ) to calculate nutrient content based on foods eaten daily.
It then combines the results with nutrition information gathered from food manufacturers to create an estimate of the amount of food a person is likely to consume in a given day.
According to the company, the app is currently available in the UK and Ireland and will be available globally by the end of September.
The FQQ is the primary source of nutrition information for many foods in the US and many countries around the world, including India, Brazil, and Mexico.
However, the data can be inaccurate, according to the FDA, as people may be consuming foods that contain different amounts of sugar, proteins, minerals, vitamins, and minerals.
For example, it is not always possible to predict the amount that a person would consume of a certain food based on the amount in their diet.
Additionally, it can be difficult to accurately predict how many servings of a given food a specific person will consume each day.
The company said it will be releasing additional nutritional information and nutrition data in the future.
Users can tap the FQ and choose a number to estimate how many calories a given serving of a food contains.
This can be used to calculate the amount people should consume of that food in a day.
Users also have the option to share this information with friends, family, or others who may not be as familiar with nutrition facts.
The feature is also useful when people are looking for more information on certain foods.
For instance, it may be easier to calculate calorie content for a dish that is high in fat and sugar, such as a steak or chicken breast.