Today’s article is going to be focused on the Noom diet and it’ll be explained in simple terms that everyone can understand.
It seems that many of the articles we have been researching lately on the latest diet fads and trends are confusing and it is hard to get the whole picture of what we are reading and by the time we are done with the article we are more confused than when we started reading it so today we will keep it simple.
With regards to the Noom diet, it just so happens that this particular program is both easy to use and easy to understand. You will be able to monitor your whole diet on a day to day basis or right down to an hour to hour basis if you wish by using the diets very own app.
First lets start out with the basics of what it is…
What is the Noom Diet Program?
The whole idea of the program is to change your bad habits associated with eating and overall health and wellness to good habits that will create the results you are looking to achieve.
This program was founded by Artem Petakov and Saeju Jeong, a couple of mobile health coaches who developed this program to both lose weight and keep that weight off by not only concentrating on the eating side of dieting but also focusing on the mental side.
So many people fail not so much at losing weight but at keeping it off once they reach their target weight. In other words, maintaining results is where it’s truly toughest. This program looks at both sides of the table.
They assign each member their own personal health coach to help guide them through the process of living their program.
You will be using an app with this program that not only records all of your activity but gives you access to all of the program’s features.
This app is the heart of the program and works on both Android and iOS and is also chat based so you have constant access to your coach and others.
You can find the Noom app at Google Play and the App Store (here is a direct link).
The food you will be eating on Noom is put together by a team of experts consisting of registered dietitians and nutritionists and chosen with only good eating habits in mind and it is all color coded to account for the calories and carbohydrates associated with each food choice.
Two types of Noom diet plans…
This program offers two types of diets, one called the Healthy Weight Program and the other is known as the Diabetes Management Program.
Having these two separate programs teamed with professionals makes this a win-win situation for close management and success of your goals.
Let’s take a closer look at each one and see what they are all about.
1) The Healthy Weight Program.
This is based on color-coded foods that keep track of the calories, which are the whole basis of how this diet works. If the body burns more calories than it takes in, you lose weight, it’s the simplest concept of weight loss known to date.
You will have a daily budget assigned to you that you must be careful not to go over when picking your food for the day whilst still picking up foods that make sure you don’t go over a certain caloric count.
2) Diabetes Management Program.
The exact opposite is the focus with this program as instead of concentrating on the calorie count it focuses on the carbohydrate count which is key for people with diabetes to lose weight in a healthy way and maintain that weight loss.
Now, off to a part of any diet that makes it or breaks it for most people!
What kinds of foods can I eat while on the Noom diet?
Before we dive into that let me ask a couple of questions.
Diets have to be fun and the food has to taste good for them to work, right? And everyone would love to be able to eat a little of everything they like, correct?
Well, since this program is set up by burning more calories than you take in, all you have to do is stay within your preset goals and you can eat pretty much whatever you like!
Well, to me this is the coolest part of the Noom diet, as you pick your foods from the color-coded list and you stay under your limit and you are set to go!
Just follow the plan and add the right colors in the appropriate places and your body will do the rest, now how can you beat that?
How do you keep track of everything?
This is the coolest part, the app will do all of the work!
It will keep track of everything you eat and keep a calorie count and even give you professional feedback on every single pick you make, making future selection suggestions and the likes.
Your only job is to stay within your goals numbers!
What do we think?
We strongly recommend this program for anyone who wants to eat a little bit of all the foods they like and change their thinking on what a healthy lifestyle is.
We also recommend this program for people dealing with diabetes as it can really help having a live coach to talk to and help you through any questions or concerns you may have.
We give this one a definite thumbs up and hope you will give it a chance to change your life!
And it gets better yet!
The Noom Diet has a trial available so you can take a look at all it offers and see if it will fit into your lifestyle.
Why not give it a 14 day trial for one dollar? You can then choose if this is something that will work for you! After the 14 day trial, it’s $45.
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