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NEW DELHI: Theweightmonitor (TWM), Delhi-based startup and India's first fully online weight management portal announces the launch of its mobile app, thereby making it easy for the customers to avail one-stop weight management platform.

The user friendly mobile app is now available on all Android and iOS smartphones and provides users services of a Personal Nutritionist and highly tailored weight loss solutions.

Theweightmonitor mobile app brings customized diet plans and weight loss programs for customers, designed by their dedicated Personal Nutritionist which eliminates the need for multiple visits to a Nutritionist's clinic.

The app enables customers to engage with their Personal Nutritionist on a daily basis during the course of their weight-loss program which simplifies the process of sustainable weight management.

The key feature of the app is the food diary and the unique scoring mechanism which allows users to score their daily weight loss performance. It's a simple and effective way to stay motivated, and track progress which eventually helps users to gain a deeper understanding of the foods they should consume or avoid.

The app is effectively designed to work with Fitbit activity trackers to get the step count on iOS (connects with Apple Health App as well) and Android smartphones.

The app also features multiple features that account for weight loss including Unlimited Online Support, Unlimited Phone Support, Real Time Food Diary Scores along with Daily Food Diary Reviews and Score Analysis, Exercise Tracker, Weigh-ins, E - Learning, Health Calculators and Progress Reports. Users can also upload their medical report which helps their Personal Nutritionist prepare a personalised diet plan for them to best achieve their weight and fitness goals.

"Theweightmonitor app will enable customers to streamline their weight loss process in order to get the right nutrition advice at their fingertips. With the guidance and support of a Personal Nutritionist, along with our scoring system, customers will be able to lose weight in a scientific and healthy manner," said co-founder and CEO Theweightmonitor, Karan Vir Khosla.

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