Find nearby restaurants with meals you love with HowUdish, the healthy meal app that helps you find dishes suited to your tastes & nutritional lifestyle.
Find a network of friends who share their favorite restaurants that match your nutritional lifestyles. With the app, you can chat and share the places you love to eat while discovering new favorites and find a meal that matches your lifestyle. Follow some of the most talented athletes on HowUdish to learn about the kinds of restaurant meals they eat to stay in shape.
Athletes like wrestler Jordan Burroughs, pro-MMA fighter Cat Zingano, pro football player Brandon Marshall, pro basketball player Bobby Portis, competitive fitness athlete Dani Speegle and pro track and field athlete Queen Harrison are using HowUdish. Subscribe to see their favorite dishes. You can follow your athlete and know about their pro dishes using the HowUdish app.
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Simply tell HowUdish what kind of meals you’re looking for and the app finds nearby restaurants with options for you. Even if you're not going out, HowUdish lets you order food from nearby restaurants.
> Unlimited swiping
> Change dishing location
> Undo swipe left on dishes & matches
> Learn how to eat like a competitive athlete
> Choose one athlete to follow:
Jordan Burroughs - Dish like a wrestling champion. Avoids red meat, sugar, and daily, while maintaining high protein and energy levels.
Cat Zingano - Dish like a top MMA fighter. Avoids gluten, soy, refined sugars grains, dairy, and other inflammatory foods.
Brandon Marshall - Dish like a professional football player. Dishes adhere to an alkaline diet. Avoids meats, refined sugars, dairy, and generally acidic foods.
Bobby Portis - Dish like a professional basketball player. Avoids fried foods, desserts, and focuses on foods high in carbs/protein, and low in fat.
Dani Speegle - Dish like a competitive fitness athlete. Avoids oils, and refined sugar. Focuses on quality high protein meals.
Queen Harrison - Dish like a professional track and field athlete. Follows a balanced lifestyle that avoids pork and dairy.
> Chat with other Dishers to help you stay on track
> Share recipes, dish and restaurant reviews & healthy eating tips
> Match with like-minded dishers
> Meet new people and chat about food & restaurants
> Share your tastes & favorite restaurants
> Find nearby trending dishes
> Subscribe to see dish choices from top athletes
> Browse trending dishes & view profiles
> Select the types of dish styles you’re interested in
> Choose from low carb dish styles, low calorie, vegetarian meal plans, gluten free, vegan & more
> Discover restaurants nearby that serve meals fit for your tastes
> Discover new places to eat tasty meals for any lifestyle
> Swipe & save on dishes at nearby restaurants
> Save & access recipes of your favorite dishes
> Swipe right on a dish you like
> Know if nearby restaurants have deals on your dish
> Redeem your savings at restaurants
> Swipe right on a dish to save it
> Order through popular delivery platforms
> See what recipe matches your tastes - check ingredients & more
> Get detailed nutrition info
> Notifications show you nearby dishes fit for your lifestyle
> Rate and report dishes and restaurants
Payment will be charged to your Apple ID account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless it is canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your account settings on the App Store after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to HowUdish, where applicable.
Athletes who sponsor dishes receive compensation for their sponsorship.
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Ratings and Reviews
Eating Healthy On-the-Go
The app is definitely something that's unlike the rest of the dieting apps. I like that I can find out which dishes suit my dietary restrictions and where I can get them. It saves time, money, and frustration by allowing me to avoid going to places that are potentially outside of my diet. Loving the international option (I travel a lot, so this is really suitable). I especially like the community aspect - I can share my dishes/ideas/tips with others who will appreciate them. I like that I have access to people from across all diets and see what they are up to. This gives me a chance to possibly exlore other diet paradigms that I wouldn't have otherwise. What I would like to see in the app are cofee shops and drinks that I can incorporate into my diet. I'm a huge coffee fan, and it would help if that was somehow a part of it.
There are another couple of improvement suggestions. One is style - many of the images of the dishes are not actual images of the food at the restaurants. It would be nice to see, in addition to all other nutritional info, what the food actually looks like. Also, the recipes are not from the actual restaurants themselves but from TableTop, another source. I am not sure how true the nutritional info is to the dish at the restaurant given that the recipe is sourced from somewhere else. Great app, overall, however. I am still using it, even when not wanting to go out, for recipe ideas I can make from home!
HowUdish helped me to find food fast!
I am a registered dietitian, so I am always looking for new ways to help people maintain a healthy diet while leading busy lives. The HowUdish app can help users find dishes that can meet a variety of dietary patterns (low-calorie, low-carb, vegetarian, high-fiber, to name a few). I used the app on a recent trip to the Washington, DC area. I wanted to find a quick low-calorie meal on my way back to my hotel from the Metro. After fiddling with the app a bit, I found that the search function worked perfectly to find the restaurants which were closest to me. I learned about several eateries just around a corner that I would have missed following the direct route back to the hotel.
The restaurant that I chose to eat at did not have calorie information up on their menu board but using the app I was easily able to find a delicious meal to meet my needs. The app also let me know of additional nutritional benefits to the meals. For instance, the chicken gyro that I had at The Perfect Pita was not only low in calories, it was also high in protein. There were many restaurants available, so those looking to expand their dining experience beyond major chains should love HowUdish. I will be traveling out-of-state again next month and I look forward to seeing where I end up with HowUdish! This app is a great tool for people on special diets or anyone who is looking to eat a little healthier while on the road!
Close to perfect
This app has pretty much everything you could want in an app that helps you manage your diet. It's simple and precise in the best way, being ridiculously easy to use and focusing on the type of diet you have selected without excluding other options completely. The search functionality allows you to find both specific restaurants and specific dishes in your area, so you can fulfill the desire for a specific craving of the need arises. With an easy to use interface and several options for meeting your diet needs, the app is close to perfect.
My only small complaint is with the premium features, and it is indeed small. I believe the 'cheat meals' feature is a neat one, giving the user a means of treating themselves in the least damaging way possible. However, it seems odd that something as simple as an 'undo' button is a premium feature, when that would be considered a base option in most products. As for recipes, while being able to see the recipe for certain meals is definitely useful, I feel as though it would be just as easy for a user to simply use the internet to find the recipes they want instead, so even bothering to make recipes a premium feature seems nearly pointless.
Other than these small complaints, the app is amazing, being so simplistic yet so efficient. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to follow a strict diet plan with good food.
- Felix Culpa Publishing, LLC
- 155 MB
- Food & Drink
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 by Felix Culpa Publishing, LLC
- In-App Purchases
- 1 Month Premium Membership $0.99
- 1 Year Premium Membership $9.99
- Pro Disher Bobby Portis $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.