DALLAS, Sept. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MakeMyPlate has officially announced the end of the app's closed beta, and rollout to a worldwide audience seeking a "no-brainer" solution to weight loss through balanced nutrition, science and stunning visuals. MakeMyPlate offers a sumptuous alternative to frustrating, dead-end fad diets.
MakeMyPlate delivers perhaps the simplest way to lose weight through healthy eating. The app features preplanned meals with thousands of different options, all of which were formulated by certified nutritionists and celebrity trainers, and are showcased within a stunning interface.
"The visual interface and real food images help people to really understand how much they should eat – exactly what portion size to put on their plate, without the need to try to calculate 4 oz. of chicken. We created MakeMyPlate's technology to help people reach their goals and enjoy their journey to success," explained Alin Cooperman, the company's CEO.
While the visual aspect of the app makes it easy to understand and fun to use, it also delivers the ability to "mix and match" foods to create the perfect plate for each person, right from their smartphone or tablet. All of the meals are preplanned and balanced for users – all that's left is to play with the options to create the perfect option for taste and weight loss. Users can combine and create new plates, ensuring they have fun while enjoying delectable dishes.
"The great variety of food products, the community support, and the idea that you can easily create the plate you want and keep it healthy from your phone anytime, anywhere is a big thing for our users, and it's part of the MakeMyPlate magic," Cooperman added.
MakeMyPlate is available for Android and iOS devices through both the Google Play Store and iTunes. Celebrity trainers David Kirsch (NYC) and Basheerah Ahmad (LA) worked with MakeMyPlate, and the company has partnered with top dietitians and nutritionists to create delectable, healthful recipes and meal plans.
To learn more about MakeMyPlate or the people behind the meal planning app, visit http://www.MakeMyPlate.co.
About MakeMyPlate: MakeMyPlate is a startup with offices in Dallas, Texas and Tel Aviv, Israel. The Tel Aviv office serves as the organization's R&D headquarters. The company was selected as a sponsored health-technology startup by Health WildCatters, which invests in healthcare industry tech firms in the Dallas/Fort Worth region.
Contact: Alin Cooperman, CEO
Phone: 972-528-26661 (Israel) / 1-469-773-3544 (US)
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: http://www.MakeMyPlate.co