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. WebDiet Launches First Service For Anytime Anywhere Healthy Eating

Users can select from restaurant and chain-specific meals, standardized meals available by food type and grocery stores, meals made at home, or from The WebDiet Collection of custom meal suggestions. The WebDiet Collection offers thousands of healthier, lower-calorie alternative meal ideas that can be made at home or custom ordered from many chain restaurant and fast food outlets, allowing users to eat at their local favorites while also helping them achieve their health and diet goals.
by Staff Writers
San Diego CA (SPX) Sep 11, 2008
WebDiet has introduced a new smartphone-based service to help people make smarter eating choices and improve their health anytime, anywhere. WebDiet is the first and only service to proactively send customers specific and dynamic meal suggestions, directly to their email and mobile devices immediately before time of purchase.

Meal recommendations sent throughout the day are customized to users' diet goals, based on what they've already eaten and their remaining calories for the day.

The first service of its kind, WebDiet dynamically utilizes wireless, GPS and smartphone technologies, including iPhones, to bring WebDiet's unique real-time Meal-by-Meal Guidance system to the palm of your hand.

To help you attain weight and health goals, meal suggestions are sent to you directly before meal times based on personal settings and preferences, and can be custom-configured to support restricted calorie diets, low carb, low sodium, vegetarian, kosher and more diet choices.

"WebDiet gives consumers a smart and easy way to eat better, keep track of what they eat, and get healthy + even on the go + anytime, anywhere," said Chris Shipley, executive producer of the DEMO Conferences.

"Its innovative technology integrates wireless services, GPS, location-based services (LBS) and smartphones + and the company has a profitable business model that I had not seen in this category."

Fifty million people eat at fast food restaurants every day in America, and the number is increasing. This trend is affecting children as well. 70 percent of California schools offer McDonalds or other fast food options in their cafeterias.

"Now with fast food popularity growing and our overweight and obesity epidemic on the rise in America, helping people to eat smarter is an urgent task," said Craig Gold, CEO and co-founder of WebDiet, Inc.

"Everyone knows our health depends largely on the choices we make in what we eat, and how much we eat. Research proves that keeping track of what we eat is the best method of losing weight. WebDiet not only makes keeping track easy to do, we go a step further, giving users dynamic real-time meal recommendations based on their daily intake requirements and diet goals. Our new service is designed for anyone who wants to get healthy, lose weight or simply eat smarter."

WebDiet's MealSearch allows users to instantly receive specific, healthy meal suggestions based on GPS location and personal food preferences.

Users can select from restaurant and chain-specific meals, standardized meals available by food type and grocery stores, meals made at home, or from The WebDiet Collection of custom meal suggestions.

The WebDiet Collection offers thousands of healthier, lower-calorie alternative meal ideas that can be made at home or custom ordered from many chain restaurant and fast food outlets, allowing users to eat at their local favorites while also helping them achieve their health and diet goals.

Saves Time and Money
WebDiet's unique patent-pending technology provides people with an easy way to choose healthier choices from their favorite restaurants while they're on the go, helping users stay within the parameters they set for themselves and track everything online. WebDiet becomes an easy and effective solution for people who eat out often, lead busy lives, and want to save time and money.

Through wireless devices such as iPhones and other smartphones, or through the Web, users can electronically place meal orders in advance, avoiding long restaurant lines. WebDiet supports prepaid food cards and credit cards, and users can take advantage of WebDiet's money-saving promotions and discounts from participating food merchants.

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