Can’t Stop Snacking? Here’s Why This Wellness App May Be for You

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We’re always looking for ways to curve our cravings. Let’s face it — it’s pretty much impossible. No matter how hard we try to resist reaching for a snack, by the time the early afternoon rolls around, we’re totally tempted. But who isn’t? Our energy levels are already low to begin with, and with vending machines and a candy drawer that’s calling our name, giving in is only natural.

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Luckily, the new year is all about wiping the slate clean — a fresh start, if you will. In addition to exercise and healthy eating habits, we’re determined to give our snacking obsession a rest. How are we going to do that? Enter Noom. It’s the app that will make a big difference — and have everyone embracing 2020!

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Noom is perfect for anyone who’s looking to make a longterm lifestyle change and doesn’t want just a quick fix. Actually, that’s what this entire system is based on. See, Noom understands how ineffective yo-yo dieting can be. The last thing anyone wants to do is deprive or restrict themselves from foods they love (it only makes the cravings that much more intense!). When developing Noom, the creators sought to find balance — and allow users to do the same.

Noom has many purposes, including helping people lose weight, manage any chronic illnesses or simply improve overall health. In 2016, Nature Research conducted a study of 35,921 users and found that 77.9% of the participants decreased their body weight while using the app. After years of frustration, many people have finally found what they were looking for.

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Essentially, it all comes down to one thing: you. Noom has created a program that fits every individual’s personal needs. From your level of athleticism to dietary preferences, this is truly an app that works with you. This is also made possible through their Goal Specialists.

This individual is well-versed in cognitive behavioral therapy, so they’re equipped to handle any issue that may come up. We love how they’ll not only be able to offer up support and motivation along the way, but they’ll be able to help you realize why you’re struggling with certain things — and rise above them! Oh, and if that wasn’t enough? There’s a very interactive Noom community. There’s love all around!

In addition, there’s real data. When following your customized meal plans, the app also lets you record what is going into your body all day long. This will help monitor what we’re consuming — and if putting a stop to snacking is your goal, then Noom may be able to help with that!

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