Amman, Jordan and Ramallah, Palestine (PRWEB) October 25, 2013
WebTeb, the leading Arabic health and lifestyle portal, announced today the launch of the first comprehensive diet and fitness planner in Arabic.
The diet and fitness planner “TebDiet”, part of WebTeb’s growing commitment to improve the health and well-being of the Arabic speaking region, is a personalized application that lets people enter their weight loss goals and get a detailed plan – both calorie recommendations and exercise goals – so users can achieve their weight loss goals and improve their overall health.
“TebDiet” suggests personalized options for a weekly diet menu for weight loss or weight maintenance according to the personal details inserted such as gender, age, weight, activity level and medical background. Users can track their progress and see how they are doing in achieving their goals – making use of the application throughout their diet regimen and afterwards, when they work to maintain their body weight and activity level.
The planner “TebDiet” also has extensive nutrition information so users can track their nutrient intake; including nutrients and calories of local and traditional Arab foods.
“The Arabic population is facing a huge obesity epidemic which is resulting in cardiac problems, diabetes and loss of well-being. By “TebDiet” we want to give people the information and science that will help them make more informed health decisions,” said Dr. Mahmoud Kaiyal, Founder and CEO of WebTeb.
WebTeb's goal is to provide Arabic-language comprehensive health and medical information so that its Arabic-speaking users can live better and healthier lives. WebTeb publishes exclusive and high-quality evidence-based medical information and continuously updates it. WebTeb strives to be the leading professional and reliable source of information for Arabic-speaking users and to provide a platform for their interaction with health practitioners, hospitals, doctors, dentists, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, therapists, and health education institutions.