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Eggs Are Google’s Most Searched For Calorie Counts

Update Date: Dec 18, 2013 10:42 AM EST
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At the end of the year, Google sums up the search patterns on the basis of queries collected from more than 70 countries. These search pattern give a clear idea what we have been talking about.

Lately in June, the search giant also added in-depth nutrition information to its search results for food items. This has allowed interested users to have an extensive idea in terms of nutrition label.

This year the top most searched calorie item in the United States is “eggs”. It has overtaken last year’s most searched item "McDonald’s Calories.” The results, however point towards an interesting (and healthier) eating pattern. The calories from fast food chains were absent from the top 10 list.

The second most searched item was “banana” followed by “beer”.

Here is the list of 2013 Most-Searched Calorie Searches:

  1. Eggs
  2. Banana
  3. Beer
  4. Oatmeal
  5. Sugar
  6. Sushi
  7. Wine
  8. Popcorn
  9. Coffee
  10. Avocado

Flu was the top trending health issue of 2013 that was searched on Google. Top most-searched symptom was pregnancy symptom. In terms of diet, people were interested in knowing about the “Paleo Diet” and “Juice Cleanse Diet”.

“Insanity Workout” and “CorssFit Workouts” also topped the searches in most-searched workouts and exercises in 2013.

The entire list of most searched items is available on Google Zeitgeist 2013 Page.

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