The Anti Diet Nutrition App Wellory Announces $4.2M In Funding To Help Consumers Stay Healthy At Home


Each year, 45 million Americans try dieting and fail; Emily Hochman, CEO and Founder of Wellory, was one of them. She built Wellory out of personal need, having struggled with fad and yo-yo dieting which led to several potential chronic illnesses, and the threat of infertility. Hochman decided to take her health into her own hands by enrolling in the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where, with a balanced nutritional plan and the right support system, she was able to rebuild her health. As a certified health coach, Hochman also managed the customer success team at tech startup WayUp, learning the value that the intersection of technology and human interaction can bring to the ever-evolving digital world.

“At Wellory, we’re on a mission to make personalized nutrition accessible for all. We believe that everyone deserves a long-term, healthy relationship with food.” Hochman says, “It’s important that we address nutrition education

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Wellory raises $4.5M for its ‘anti-diet’ nutrition app


Wellory, a startup that bills itself as taking an “anti-diet approach” to nutrition and wellness, is announcing that it has raised $4.2 million in funding.

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The round was led by Story Ventures, with participation from Harlem Capital, Tinder co-founders Sean Rad and Justin Mateen, Ground Up Ventures, NBA Player Wayne Ellington, Hannah Bronfman and others.

Wellory founder and CEO Emily Hochman (who was previously the head of customer success at WayUp) told me that she struggled with dieting in college, to the point where she was risking chronic illness and infertility. As a result, she became determined to gain a better understanding of nutrition and her own health, eventually studying and becoming a certified health coach at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

Hochman said that through Wellory, she wants to offer that same understanding to others, which she said has created a “managed marketplace” matching users with a

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Fitness App Market 2020 provides an in-depth insight of Sales and Trends Forecast to 2026


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Dec 01, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
The Global fitness app market size is anticipated to reach over USD 14.7 billion by 2026, according to a new study published by Polaris Market Research. In 2017, the fitness and activity tracking segment dominated the market, in terms of revenue. North America is expected to be the leading contributor to the global fitness app industry during the forecast period.
A significant increase in the obese population, changing lifestyles, and increasing health concerns primarily drive the market growth. Other driving factors include increasing occurrence of diseases associated with obesity, increasing disposable income, and increasing awareness regarding health and nutrition. The increase in obesity related diseases such as diabetes and hypertension along with sedentary lifestyles of consumers further propel the market growth.

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The number of

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The TeamUp Fitness App Promotes Connection, Movement, & More with ‘Fitness HookUps’


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PHILADELPHIA – November 25, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

​​TeamUp Fitness, a community-driven mobile application that’s geared toward fitness enthusiasts and professionals, recently announced its brand-new feature, Fitness HookUps.

Through this new feature, users are able to connect with other like-minded, fitness-focused individuals in their area and around the world for motivation, fitness strategies, and workouts.

“The TeamUp Fitness app provides our users with a platform to connect with others in person or virtually in accordance with social distancing guidelines,” said Tony Trombetta, CEO of TeamUp Fitness. “We’re looking forward to seeing how our app users will leverage Fitness HookUps to achieve their personal goals while motivating others to do the same.”

Whether you’re new in town and wanting to meet others, or are looking for a challenge to improve

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Anna Victoria’s Postpartum Journey Inspired Her to Launch New Programs On Her Fitness App


2020 has been a big year for Anna Victoria. On the personal front, after a two-year battle with infertility, the Fit Body Guides creator welcomed her first child, Aurora Vittoria Ferretti, in August.



a group of people posing for a photo: Anna Victoria


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But Victoria has been busy at work, too. She’s been developing a series of updates to her Fit Body app, including the launch of a pregnancy workout program and the introduction of three new trainers.

Victoria says being a first-time mom motivated her to bring something new to the Fit Body app that would specifically cater to her fellow mamas. “You hear about how hard being a mom is, but you really can’t comprehend it until you go through it yourself,” she tells Shape. “There are so many emotions and so many new things you have to learn — and in the midst of it all, you’re constantly feeling like

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Nutrition App CEO On The Health and Wellness Industry During The Coronavirus Pandemic


For many people, the coronavirus pandemic has changed their nutrition and exercise habits. One app helping people track their food and lose weight is called Lifesum. The company has scaled rapidly to 45 million users and boasts partnerships with Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Nike (NYSE:NKE).

Fool.com’s Healthcare and Cannabis Bureau Chief Corinne Cardina chatted with Lifesum’s CEO Henrik Torstensson about the digital health and wellness space.

 

Corinne Cardina: How has the health and wellness industry evolved over the last couple of decades, and more recently, how has the coronavirus pandemic impacted how people view their health and the role of technology?

Henrik Torstensson: Healthcare and wellness is obviously an enormous part of the economy. It’s $2 trillion in the U.S. alone. It’s probably maybe the biggest market we have. In digital, it’s been ramping up, but it’s been a fairly slow start because it’s a complex system. You have individuals,

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TeamUp Fitness App Introduces ‘Fitness HookUps’, a New Way to Meet an Active Companion


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PHILADELPHIA – November 19, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

TeamUp Fitness is a community-driven mobile application that’s geared toward fitness enthusiasts and professionals.

Explore Fitness Hookup possibilities.

What is a Fitness Hookup? It’s a dynamic way to connect with people on TeamUp who have a passion for fitness or live an active lifestyle. Get to know someone through TeamUp Fitness; hookup for a hot yoga class, a hike at your favorite park, or even a virtual workout.

The power of this mobile app lies in its ability to connect people who share the same activities and fitness goals; meet people in your area, even worldwide.

These passions are the driving force behind the app’s mission to create a place where like-minded, fitness-focused individuals can go to find, connect, and engage with

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Global Fitness App Market 2020-2024 | COVID19 to Have a Positive Impact on the Market


The fitness app market is expected to grow by USD 1.68 billion, progressing at a CAGR of almost 12% during the forecast period. Download Free Sample Report

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Fitness App Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

The increasing demand for wearable devices is one of the major factors propelling market growth. However, factors such as will hamper market growth.

More details: https://www.technavio.com/report/fitness-app-market-industry-analysis

Fitness App Market: Application Landscape

Based on the application, the market will see increased demand for fitness apps from the lifestyle monitoring segment during the forecast period. This is due to the increased focus on the adoption of a healthy lifestyle by consumers.

Fitness App Market: Geographic Landscape

By geography, APAC is going to have a lucrative growth during the forecast period. About 39% of the market’s overall growth

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Apple Will Require Developers To Provide App ‘Nutrition Labels’ On App Store


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  • Apple will soon require developers to disclose their privacy practices
  • This will let consumers know what data apps might collect from them
  • Developers will be required to provide the information for the app “labels” starting Dec. 8

Apple will soon require developers to provide a sort-of “nutrition label” to their apps on the App Store. This is meant to help iDevice users determine an app’s privacy practices before they download and install it.

According to the updated developer webpage, Apple will require developers to share important details regarding their apps, particularly their privacy practices, starting next month. These details will be added to App Store Connect and will be made publicly available so that all iDevice users can be informed about what kind of data apps might collect before they download the apps.

These details will act as a “label” meant to inform Apple device users of what

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