New York: The New York health department has launched a free mobile app to help cooks calculate how many calories are in the food they prepare and find ways to reduce the calorie counts.Restaurant chefs or home cooks can enter the ingredients and number of servings of a recipe with "CalCutter" and the app will calculate the number of calories per serving in the finished dish, Xinhua reported.CalCutter will then suggest alternative ingredients or cooking methods to reduce the number of calories in the dish."Many people want to count calories as a way to avoid gaining weight, but they have no way of knowing how many calories are in restaurant food or even food they prepare themselves," Health Commissioner of New York Thomas Farley said Wednesday.
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