With the 2016 and holidays season past behinds us, getting you to more on exercise and eating helathy are the two new year’s resolutions that Bing is helping you to meet with new search experiemce that making it easier than ever for you to reach your health and fitness goals in the new year.
For example, now when you search for “workouts” or “exercises,” you’ll find a broad range of exercise videos that you can navigate to on the web, or further refine your search results based on your preferences—for example, using the filter above the carousel, you can refine your strength-building exercises results further based on your gender, difficulty level, target area (arms, back, legs, etc.), focus such as cardio, flexibility, balance, or the type of equipment that you have at home (weights, Pilates ball, or even a chair).
When selecte any particular yoga pose, for example, you may be able to find a video of how to perform the pose, along with step-by-step instructions.
Want to find healthy recipes and nutrition information? Now you can search Bing based on your preferences or needs, for example “low fat recipes” or “low fat stew recipes.” Once you find and click on a recipe, clicking on the “Nutrients” tab get you a preview of information, including calories, carbs, fat and more. And of course, you can go to the source for all the information.
Additionally, you can also quickly get information regarding nutrition by searching terms such as ‘foods rich in iron’ or ‘foods high in calcium’.
With the Bing app, the food search experience is even richer, as it now allowing you to glimpse over preparation times and calorie counts of most popular recipes, as well as you can quickly find something that suits your taste. Download the Bing app here.