This is a sponsored post on behalf of Noom which provides a program with a different approach to meeting your health and weight loss goals.
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Noom App Provides a Different Approach to Healthy Living and Weight Loss Goals
How many different weight loss or health improvement programs have you tried? The problem with many of these healthy living programs is that they don’t focus on long-term lifestyle and behavior changes.
Noom, an innovative company with a focus on building technology helps people reach their health and wellness goals with a different approach than you may have seen before.
The program helps users build healthy habits and make lifestyle changes rather than just focusing on losing weight. In addition, there are personalized plans that help make these lifestyle changes fun, balanced, and attainable.
Since Noom offers a $1 14-day trial, I thought it would be worth checking out.
Review of Noom App for Healthy Living Goals
Signing up for Noom
When you first sign up, which is easy, by the way, you are taken through a series of questions in order to for the program to understand your current lifestyle.
Then, you are given a personalized plan that helps you truly understand the factors of healthy living and why you choose those foods or behaviors. As a Psychology major, I find this very interesting.
Each day, I had a short list of tasks to complete which included inspiration and education, logging meals, weight, and exercise, as well as a short quiz.
The daily routine took just a few minutes out of my day each morning and then a few minutes more through the day for any updates.
Depending on the other fitness devices and apps you have, you may be able to link them up so you won’t have to input all of the data manually. Entering my food intake was a little bit tedious, but it was easy to figure out how to add the data.
In addition to these daily routines, there is a lot of other helpful information on the Noom app. My Library has articles you can read about calorie budgets, portion sizes, calorie-dense foods, and your SOS plan. The SOS plan helps to get you back on track if you start to lose some motivation.
Healthy Recipe Ideas
Also in the app, there are a bunch of different recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack time. These recipes have images, servings, time demand, and calories along with instructions and nutritional information. One night, I made the green beans recipe and it was very easy and tasty.
So, I have only been using the Noom app for a short time, but I have already learned more and gotten helpful tips for living a healthier life.
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Rachel is an Austin blogger, educator, mom, wife, young breast cancer survivor writing about health, saving money, and living a happy life in Austin, Texas.
Rachel has written for HuffPost and Hometalk and has been featured on KXAN, Studio 512, Fox 7 Austin, and CBS Austin.