Noom’s science-based weight loss is transforming your relationship with food
Scientifically backed weight loss is real. Noom offers a path to all-round improved wellness by understanding how to eat better, get more restful sleep, and reduce stress so members can stay in full control of their health forever.
Have you ever wondered why you could eat nachos every day but can’t stand mushrooms? Or why mint chocolate ice cream works as an ointment while mayonnaise almost triggers a gag reflex? It’s because behind your food preferences and the way you eat there is a psychology that goes much deeper than what you think tastes good and what doesn’t.
Maybe you order at your favorite pizza place when you are happy and partying, or when you are down and depressed. Or maybe you were force-fed ham by your parents as a child and have a natural dislike as an adult.
Today, fashion diets and weight loss supplements dominate the health landscape. Of course, most of these approaches ultimately fail for most users because the focus on calories and food categories doesn’t get to the root of many people’s problems: their general relationship with food.
Noom uses principles of psychology to overcome the simple binary form of weight loss and decipher each person’s unique thoughts and feelings about food to help them live healthier, happier lives through behavioral science.
Through a combination of psychology, technology, and human coaching, Noom works with each person to develop weight management steps to treat chronic and non-chronic conditions, including high blood pressure and diabetes to stress.
Created by a team of health professionals, the Noom program begins by setting up your profile through a series of questions that examine your overall health goals. Based on your responses, Noom sets a realistic timeline for achieving these goals and then encourages regular interaction with the Noom community to keep you on the road to success.
Personalized tuition, based on the latest in psychology and behavioral science, provides hands-on knowledge that turns into confident, easy-to-understand tools that can be used every day to achieve these goals. Once you know the calorie density of foods and where each food fits on Noom’s color-coded scale, you’ll have better skills at making informed food choices that will suit your lifestyle.
This learning is complemented by the human factor in the form of a personal expert to assist you in your noom experience. This expert can assess your goals and motivation and then account for it or encourage progress. They are available 24/7 to guide you through this culinary journey with the help of group support through online meeting rooms where you can share your feelings with people who know what you are going through.
Right now, new members can try a special two-week membership to Noom thanks to a special offer only available to New Atlas readers. Just visit the Noom website and use the promo code to try Noom for 14 days.
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