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The new series, set to air on XBox Live on Saturday at 7:00pm (AEST), will be the latest in a series of high-profile launches in the US and worldwide.
Worldometers, a new daily nutrition and health tracker, is set to debut next month.
Worldometers aims to help people track how their daily nutrition choices and lifestyle affect their health and the world around them.
It is an interactive, live data-driven tool, designed to give users insight into how they are eating and how they feel, and how their health will be affected.
It allows users to compare their health, diet, weight and activity levels with other users and gain a better understanding of how they stack up to others around the world.
“This is a way for us to take our data and use it in a way that is much more accessible and accessible to a broader audience,” Worldometers co-founder and CEO, Sarah Clements, said.
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WorldHealth says its goal is to make it easier for consumers to get the latest information and tips on how to keep their health in check.
Its also taking a proactive approach to nutrition research, partnering with scientists at the University of Western Australia to find out more about what’s happening in the human body.
They hope that will lead to better nutrition recommendations for patients.
This is why I think the best way to help is to start by saying, if you have a health problem, take a look at it.
Barry says the world is rapidly moving to a new era in which nutrition is more of a priority.
He’s not sure the world has made the transition to a healthy lifestyle, but he believes the world needs to start talking about it.
“I don’t think that people have ever done anything about obesity, I don’t believe we have ever been on a diet or a weight loss course,” he said.
“It’s something we need to change.”
The ABC is using WorldHealth data to help with health and fitness research and research-based education.