Eating Healthiness Around the World Gets Visualized (App)
Apr 27, 2012 13:08
This data visualization shows how average eating health varies around the world and how it changes over the course of a full day. Its an interactive app created by Massive Health who offer an app called Eatery.
People can use smartphone cameras to snap their meals and gauge their healthiness. The visualization shows how health ratings of all those meals vary across the world. Green means good, red means junk.
Surprisingly, a majority of the world is in the green zone, which is good, but there conditions worsen in some parts of the world too. What is interesting, though, is how the health rating plummets after 21:00 ET.
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