Three New Professional Athletes Join Forces with the Fast Growing Social Network for Foodies, HowUdi
HowUdish currently ranks in the Top 100 for most downloaded apps in the food & drink category on the Apple store.
BROOKLYN, NY –With a 4.5 rating currently on Apple followed by several hundred positive reviews, HowUdish continues to move full steam ahead with efforts to change how people eat, view and find food all while connecting fellow foodies who share the same meal interests with one another. Since its launch, the app’s unique concept has continued to attract the attention of top, leading athletes.
“Today, we are pleased to announce an exciting partnership with several new professional athletes who all have outstanding careers in basketball, tennis and softball,” said Michael Gayed, HowUdish founder. “To have such talented athletes working with a company that they stand behind and believe in really means a lot.”
WNBA star Elena Delle Donne, tennis icon Daniela Hantuchova along with softball legend Jennie Finch are the latest professional athletes to join the HowUdish family. Their partnership comes approximately one month after NFL football player Brandon Marshall, pro wrestler Jordan Burroughs, MMA fighter Cat Zingano, NBA basketball player Bobby Portis, Crossfit star and fitness influencer Dani Speegle, and track and field’s Queen Harrison endorsed the healthy meal app.
“We feel truly fortunate to have the opportunity to work with each of these incredible athletes,” stated Gayed. “This is just a testament that they believe in what we are doing, and we look forward to doing great things together.”
The HowUdish app lets users easily find nearby restaurants that have meals not only they’ll love but suited to their tastes and nutritional lifestyle. So whether a user is vegan, gluten-free, diabetic or practices paleo or keto, the app has something for every diet. While the app is free to use and download, for a small fee users can follow some of the most talented athletes in the world to learn about the kinds of meals they eat in order to stay in shape.
“Eating healthy is really important to me in managing my Lyme disease,” Donne once told daily food magazine, Kitchn. “I try to eat gluten-free as often as possible.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 70% of people in the United States are either overweight or obese. For Gayed, he hopes the app is a game changer for individuals who are looking to transform their lives and how they think about food.
“Food is medicine. By curating meal ideas and connecting users with one another, we believe it can help people stay on the path to healthy eating. It is also a lot easier to stick with a meal plan when there are others out there trying to do the same alongside you. Our partnership with our athletes will also hopefully serve as an additional dose of inspiration,” stated Gayed.
The app is available for download on the Apple App Store. To learn more about the social networking app for food lovers and health enthusiasts, visit the HowUdish website—and find the dish that's fit for you!
About Felix Culpa Publishing, LLC: Based in Brooklyn, New York, the makers of HowUdish strive to create innovative products that help people lead healthier lives. HowUdish recommends restaurant dishes most likely to fit within his or her diet based on the user’s location. Whether they’re following a low cal, low carb, high protein, low fat, balanced, high fiber, vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free food regimen, the company’s vision is to help people live healthier lives by closing the information gap between what they should be eating at restaurants, and what they are actually eating.