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Noom: Health & Weight

Noom: Health & Weight

Noom Inc.

A personalized plan that uses psychology and small goals to lose weight for good

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    1. Featured in the New York Times, Women’s Health, Shape, Forbes, ABC and more and used by over 45,000,000 people worldwide
    2. Noom attacks the root of the issue! It explores the deep-rooted thoughts, triggers, and habits that influence good and bad health behaviors
    3. A revolutionary plan on your time, on your schedule! Bite-sized interactive challenges teach you the skills you need to improve your health

    Reviewed by Kaylin on November 12, 2018

  • NOOM has changed my life Oct 7, 2019

    By KLoBella
    I was skeptical to start a program like NOOM because of the price and because I didn’t know if it would work for me. I have struggled with weight for most of my adult life and it has not been easy for me to lose weight. I am entering week nine in the NOOM program and have lost 12 pounds! While this may not seem like much, it is weight that I have not been able to lose on my own. I am a registered nurse and I feel that a slower, steady weight loss is a healthier way to go. I have seen many others in my life lose and then gain right back. The program has been so helpful in many ways. I like the fact that there’s really nothing that you can’t eat in the program, but more like how much you eat of it. The program breaks down for you the three levels of food and how much you should be eating in each of those categories. It has been more of a lifestyle change and making you aware of what you were actually eating. I really love the program. I think that it is really great to have a coach and a support team to reach out to 24 hours a day, and to also have recipes recommended by the program. I invited a friend to join the program as well and she really enjoyed it but she ended with her trial due to the pricing for her. I have a ways to go to meet my goal, but I am off to a great start thanks to NOOM! So I give this program five stars, but if it were just slightly less expensive, more people could benefit from it.
  • May 4, 2021

    By Gabriella Cummins
    I didn't think that a logging app would work for me, but it really is! Obviously this isn't just a food tracking app, but that aspect is surprisingly helpful. The psych daily lessons are also very beneficial. Understanding what kind of eater I am has been profoundly helpful. I have list about 20 pounds so far and I'm about 5 weeks in I think. I'm happy with that. I feel so much better, I'm not constantly bloated, & I even have a little more energy than before. Don't hesitate to try it out!
  • Noom Mar 9, 2021

    By LizS1
    I’ve been using Noom for about a month. I eat mostly the same whole foods over and over so it is ridiculously easy for me to log my food which tracks my calories and shows me how many I have left and how much of it was veg etc. I enjoy the brief articles and their humor, they are a little goofy which is fun and the info is very simple and succinct and often interactive, gently psychological. After the first week or so of more interaction with her my goal specialist now checks in with me about once a week and asks me questions which help me think about things and stay engaged in my health journey. The team community coach posts a discussion topic I think every weekday and our little group of Noomers respond, like, and comment on each other’s posts. I think there’s a way to private message people but I haven’t needed to. I really look forward to the topics and people’s thoughts. I have lost a couple of pounds so far, which is great because what led me to do this was that I was slowly gaining and gaining! I’m enjoying Noom very much. I had a 2 week free intro and then figured it was worth another month. So far I think it has been worth the price, so I will probably continue for a while. I feel like I’m slowly making a shift to a person who will be thin. Other people are losing much faster because they are working out a lot, which I have not been, but Noom keeps me moving in the right direction. Little by little.
  • Closest thing to being hypnotized! Jul 31, 2020

    By DawnCrawford
    I used to always joke and say that if I could find someone to hypnotize me to make me hate pizza I would be just fine...... Noom pretty much did just that (without the hypnosis- haha). The tips and ideas were small, easy to maintain, and really made sense. Losing weight wasn’t for a group or other people- it basically just taught me little things that help me keep on track and made losing weight simple-more of a lifestyle and not something I “had” to do. I have felt for too long this pressure of having to please others and it always threw me into a down slide. It’s not for others...it’s for me! It explained why I hit a plateau. It explained when and why I feel hungry and the science behind it. It wasn’t overwhelming- it actually made sense and made me look forward to the 10 minutes or so a day I had to read my info. I finished my subscription about two months ago. After, I chose to stop the live Noom updates and just keep the free version. I love that this app pushes you to do that and not “live on a diet”. I have managed to maintain my weight and find it has turned into just my way of life and not something I just finished… I didn’t run back to everything that I used to overeat because this app taught me that I should make it a point to eat special treats. This app just taught me how to do it so that I’m not going overboard constantly. I owe my new midlife body and mindset to Noom!
  • May 1, 2021

    By Angie Corbett
    I've been using this app for right at a week and I love it. Being able to track your meals and calorie intake, as well as tracking water intake and exercise, is extremely helpful. It simplifies the process of watching what you eat and it conditions you to make better food decisions. The psychology side of the program is also really helpful. I look forward to logging in everyday, reading the lessons, and tracking my daily values. I've dropped 9lbs in just less than a week!! Very happy with Noom!
  • Really helping me improve my relationship with food! Nov 21, 2020

    By PHG79
    I joined Noom because I was desperate. I’m tired of losing and gaining the same weight (and more) over and over. I’ve tried a lot of programs, and while losing weight is almost never an issue for me, keeping it off is. My eating habits were broken, and while I had success with WeightWatchers and MyFitnessPal, the former’s use of 0-point foods was no good for someone like me, who will overindulge on anything she feels she’s given license to, and the latter focused so much on calories, it sometimes made every food seem the same, so I would try to game the system to get as much food as I could and be scared of treats. Not good either. Noom is teaching me to listen to my hunger cues, think about nutrition, allow myself treats, and be more mindful about food in general. It is really helping! The weight is coming off, but more importantly, I feel my attitude and outlook on food changing, and I’m enjoying what I eat more instead of stressing about it. This gives me greater faith the weight will stay off. Two changes I wish they would make would be to allow people to log in advance, so we can strategize for big days, like holidays, and not to make it so after I log a meal, I have to go back into log another one; it’s a bit annoying to have to take extra steps when I’m logging. These are minor annoyances, though. Overall, I love Noom, and I’m ending Week 4 16 lbs down!
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By Lorna Jacobs
    I have enjoyed working through the articles and I m learning all the while. However there are a few issues which could improve it; 1) Building my own recipe bank- I cook nearly all my meals from scratch, in quantities for 2, 4 or 6. Sometimes it is possible to input the quantities appropriately such as 1/4 egg, but 1/6 egg is not available. Also if I am cooking a cake for example, with 12 servings, I really want to put the whole recipe in, and to save it for later, and then just record that I have had 1/12 of the total recipe. 2) Some parts of the lessons simply don't work on an app- eg the emotion wheel. I am quite unable to read anything from it- I can gather it is a rainbow of gradients, but that is the ONLY bit of information I can glean from it. 3) Saving articles for later; this is in theory very useful, but when the articles have titles such as " expose yourself" - over and over again, it is virtually impossible to know which article you are looking for. This is particularly frustrating at the moment, as I am working through the emotions section- a vitally important section for me. but the exercises take a long time to work through, AND I find them very difficult so I'd like to be able to revisit them later, when I have more time, but scrolling through them all, with repetitive titles, I am unlikely to ever find the right one again. And yes, I have been known to ask my Goal mentor, but that takes away my autonomy, and leaves me hoping I have explained it right, waiting for an answer etc, so altogether not v satisfactory.
  • Remarkable Success Jan 24, 2020

    By veteran banker
    I just finished my one year subscription with Noom and it was the best money I ever spent! I started last Jan at 215lbs. I saw the commercial on TV, New Years Eve and thought the app looked colorful and fun like a game. I thought it would be entertaining enough to keep my interest, but it was so much more. I learned about all the eating mistakes I was making. I learned what to eat, what to limit, what to increase. Because of my immediate success during the trial, I decided to pay for the subscription. I just wanted to get under 200lbs and be in less pain! Noom helped me work through so many of my life issues where I was stuck! I hit my goal and kept going. I felt like the pace was perfect. The lessons were really motivating, and the group was safe and encouraging. I hit 162.5 in October. Because of Noom I challenged myself to create a more balanced lifestyle. I started walking, then running, and finished 2 5K’s. I’m now Snowshoeing several times a week and have signed up for 5 - 5K’s in 2020. My work has improved so much, I’ve received several raises and so much encouragement. All my coworkers are inspired as well as many friends who have joined Noom too! I’ve managed to keep the weight off even through the holidays and now in Winter. Noom really works, especially if you have some supportive encouraging friends to walk and share with. If you do this, and stay really honest with yourself, it works, no excuses!
  • Just Do It! May 8, 2021

    By Jules- Just Do It!
    I have never, ever written any kind of review before. But this program is life changing, so I had to! If you’re having doubts about trying “yet another weight loss program that probably won’t work,” stop doubting and just sign up! Noom is everything you hoped all those other programs claimed to be, and so much more! My husband and I have tried other “diets,” and after struggling with hunger pangs, finding the ingredients for, and cooking crazy, bland meals , we are so excited to find a program that is doable and easy to follow. Just like you, I had my doubts, but when my husband lost 10lbs, something he had never succeeded in doing on any other diet, I had to give it a try. I’m less than 5 weeks in and have lost 10lbs. I feel so much better about myself. I’m eating far more healthfully, and I’m shocked that I don’t crave all the junk I used to eat. I do treat myself at the end of almost every day, but I check to see if it’s in my calorie budget first. Instead of handfuls of mini Cadbury chocolate eggs. I’ll have a serving, which is 9. I savor each one and feel completely satisfied. I know you probably don’t believe me, and that’s okay. I only believe me because I live it! I’d like to tell everyone to sign up for this program, whether you need to lose weight or not! You will become your best healthful self. I hope I’ve convinced you, and wish you every success! And to my husband, I am forever grateful!
  • NOOM has changed my life Oct 7, 2019

    By KLoBella
    I was skeptical to start a program like NOOM because of the price and because I didn’t know if it would work for me. I have struggled with weight for most of my adult life and it has not been easy for me to lose weight. I am entering week nine in the NOOM program and have lost 12 pounds! While this may not seem like much, it is weight that I have not been able to lose on my own. I am a registered nurse and I feel that a slower, steady weight loss is a healthier way to go. I have seen many others in my life lose and then gain right back. The program has been so helpful in many ways. I like the fact that there’s really nothing that you can’t eat in the program, but more like how much you eat of it. The program breaks down for you the three levels of food and how much you should be eating in each of those categories. It has been more of a lifestyle change and making you aware of what you were actually eating. I really love the program. I think that it is really great to have a coach and a support team to reach out to 24 hours a day, and to also have recipes recommended by the program. I invited a friend to join the program as well and she really enjoyed it but she ended with her trial due to the pricing for her. I have a ways to go to meet my goal, but I am off to a great start thanks to NOOM! So I give this program five stars, but if it were just slightly less expensive, more people could benefit from it.
  • May 4, 2021

    By Gabriella Cummins
    I didn't think that a logging app would work for me, but it really is! Obviously this isn't just a food tracking app, but that aspect is surprisingly helpful. The psych daily lessons are also very beneficial. Understanding what kind of eater I am has been profoundly helpful. I have list about 20 pounds so far and I'm about 5 weeks in I think. I'm happy with that. I feel so much better, I'm not constantly bloated, & I even have a little more energy than before. Don't hesitate to try it out!
  • Noom Mar 9, 2021

    By LizS1
    I’ve been using Noom for about a month. I eat mostly the same whole foods over and over so it is ridiculously easy for me to log my food which tracks my calories and shows me how many I have left and how much of it was veg etc. I enjoy the brief articles and their humor, they are a little goofy which is fun and the info is very simple and succinct and often interactive, gently psychological. After the first week or so of more interaction with her my goal specialist now checks in with me about once a week and asks me questions which help me think about things and stay engaged in my health journey. The team community coach posts a discussion topic I think every weekday and our little group of Noomers respond, like, and comment on each other’s posts. I think there’s a way to private message people but I haven’t needed to. I really look forward to the topics and people’s thoughts. I have lost a couple of pounds so far, which is great because what led me to do this was that I was slowly gaining and gaining! I’m enjoying Noom very much. I had a 2 week free intro and then figured it was worth another month. So far I think it has been worth the price, so I will probably continue for a while. I feel like I’m slowly making a shift to a person who will be thin. Other people are losing much faster because they are working out a lot, which I have not been, but Noom keeps me moving in the right direction. Little by little.
  • Closest thing to being hypnotized! Jul 31, 2020

    By DawnCrawford
    I used to always joke and say that if I could find someone to hypnotize me to make me hate pizza I would be just fine...... Noom pretty much did just that (without the hypnosis- haha). The tips and ideas were small, easy to maintain, and really made sense. Losing weight wasn’t for a group or other people- it basically just taught me little things that help me keep on track and made losing weight simple-more of a lifestyle and not something I “had” to do. I have felt for too long this pressure of having to please others and it always threw me into a down slide. It’s not for others...it’s for me! It explained why I hit a plateau. It explained when and why I feel hungry and the science behind it. It wasn’t overwhelming- it actually made sense and made me look forward to the 10 minutes or so a day I had to read my info. I finished my subscription about two months ago. After, I chose to stop the live Noom updates and just keep the free version. I love that this app pushes you to do that and not “live on a diet”. I have managed to maintain my weight and find it has turned into just my way of life and not something I just finished… I didn’t run back to everything that I used to overeat because this app taught me that I should make it a point to eat special treats. This app just taught me how to do it so that I’m not going overboard constantly. I owe my new midlife body and mindset to Noom!
  • May 1, 2021

    By Angie Corbett
    I've been using this app for right at a week and I love it. Being able to track your meals and calorie intake, as well as tracking water intake and exercise, is extremely helpful. It simplifies the process of watching what you eat and it conditions you to make better food decisions. The psychology side of the program is also really helpful. I look forward to logging in everyday, reading the lessons, and tracking my daily values. I've dropped 9lbs in just less than a week!! Very happy with Noom!
  • Really helping me improve my relationship with food! Nov 21, 2020

    By PHG79
    I joined Noom because I was desperate. I’m tired of losing and gaining the same weight (and more) over and over. I’ve tried a lot of programs, and while losing weight is almost never an issue for me, keeping it off is. My eating habits were broken, and while I had success with WeightWatchers and MyFitnessPal, the former’s use of 0-point foods was no good for someone like me, who will overindulge on anything she feels she’s given license to, and the latter focused so much on calories, it sometimes made every food seem the same, so I would try to game the system to get as much food as I could and be scared of treats. Not good either. Noom is teaching me to listen to my hunger cues, think about nutrition, allow myself treats, and be more mindful about food in general. It is really helping! The weight is coming off, but more importantly, I feel my attitude and outlook on food changing, and I’m enjoying what I eat more instead of stressing about it. This gives me greater faith the weight will stay off. Two changes I wish they would make would be to allow people to log in advance, so we can strategize for big days, like holidays, and not to make it so after I log a meal, I have to go back into log another one; it’s a bit annoying to have to take extra steps when I’m logging. These are minor annoyances, though. Overall, I love Noom, and I’m ending Week 4 16 lbs down!
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By Lorna Jacobs
    I have enjoyed working through the articles and I m learning all the while. However there are a few issues which could improve it; 1) Building my own recipe bank- I cook nearly all my meals from scratch, in quantities for 2, 4 or 6. Sometimes it is possible to input the quantities appropriately such as 1/4 egg, but 1/6 egg is not available. Also if I am cooking a cake for example, with 12 servings, I really want to put the whole recipe in, and to save it for later, and then just record that I have had 1/12 of the total recipe. 2) Some parts of the lessons simply don't work on an app- eg the emotion wheel. I am quite unable to read anything from it- I can gather it is a rainbow of gradients, but that is the ONLY bit of information I can glean from it. 3) Saving articles for later; this is in theory very useful, but when the articles have titles such as " expose yourself" - over and over again, it is virtually impossible to know which article you are looking for. This is particularly frustrating at the moment, as I am working through the emotions section- a vitally important section for me. but the exercises take a long time to work through, AND I find them very difficult so I'd like to be able to revisit them later, when I have more time, but scrolling through them all, with repetitive titles, I am unlikely to ever find the right one again. And yes, I have been known to ask my Goal mentor, but that takes away my autonomy, and leaves me hoping I have explained it right, waiting for an answer etc, so altogether not v satisfactory.
  • Remarkable Success Jan 24, 2020

    By veteran banker
    I just finished my one year subscription with Noom and it was the best money I ever spent! I started last Jan at 215lbs. I saw the commercial on TV, New Years Eve and thought the app looked colorful and fun like a game. I thought it would be entertaining enough to keep my interest, but it was so much more. I learned about all the eating mistakes I was making. I learned what to eat, what to limit, what to increase. Because of my immediate success during the trial, I decided to pay for the subscription. I just wanted to get under 200lbs and be in less pain! Noom helped me work through so many of my life issues where I was stuck! I hit my goal and kept going. I felt like the pace was perfect. The lessons were really motivating, and the group was safe and encouraging. I hit 162.5 in October. Because of Noom I challenged myself to create a more balanced lifestyle. I started walking, then running, and finished 2 5K’s. I’m now Snowshoeing several times a week and have signed up for 5 - 5K’s in 2020. My work has improved so much, I’ve received several raises and so much encouragement. All my coworkers are inspired as well as many friends who have joined Noom too! I’ve managed to keep the weight off even through the holidays and now in Winter. Noom really works, especially if you have some supportive encouraging friends to walk and share with. If you do this, and stay really honest with yourself, it works, no excuses!
  • Just Do It! May 8, 2021

    By Jules- Just Do It!
    I have never, ever written any kind of review before. But this program is life changing, so I had to! If you’re having doubts about trying “yet another weight loss program that probably won’t work,” stop doubting and just sign up! Noom is everything you hoped all those other programs claimed to be, and so much more! My husband and I have tried other “diets,” and after struggling with hunger pangs, finding the ingredients for, and cooking crazy, bland meals , we are so excited to find a program that is doable and easy to follow. Just like you, I had my doubts, but when my husband lost 10lbs, something he had never succeeded in doing on any other diet, I had to give it a try. I’m less than 5 weeks in and have lost 10lbs. I feel so much better about myself. I’m eating far more healthfully, and I’m shocked that I don’t crave all the junk I used to eat. I do treat myself at the end of almost every day, but I check to see if it’s in my calorie budget first. Instead of handfuls of mini Cadbury chocolate eggs. I’ll have a serving, which is 9. I savor each one and feel completely satisfied. I know you probably don’t believe me, and that’s okay. I only believe me because I live it! I’d like to tell everyone to sign up for this program, whether you need to lose weight or not! You will become your best healthful self. I hope I’ve convinced you, and wish you every success! And to my husband, I am forever grateful!
  • May 12, 2021

    By Deanna Shaw
    With a combination of education and meal tracking I find myself still able to eat what I want while losing weight. The education on the psychology of how/why we eat really makes you evaluate what needs to change to make this a life long adjustment to eat right. The meal tracking is easy, very few things are not found and need to be manually entered. I have lost 10 lbs of my 20 lbs goal (COVID 20). I have full confidence that I'll meet my goal and continue eating right.
  • May 11, 2021

    By Ash H
    I wish I could give this app a higher rating but there are clearly a lot of bugs to work out. The customization they claim to do isn't great. The food logging is the most frustrating part of the app as the scanner I finicky and hardly anything is in their database. The groups are chaotic and the age range is too wide in my opinion. You can't edit a workout once you post it. Mine has started deleting my daily step count and at one point started my articles at the beginning. Needs improvement.
  • May 2, 2021

    By Amy M
    The app shuts down every time I use it. The program itself does not work for me. But I paid for it so may as well continue reading. Some things are a waist of time in the readings. For example when they try to be funny maybe by putting in a ditty. Also the program seems to recap often. It gives you the option to save articles so if I need to recap I can just go look thru saved articles. If I didn't save I can just ask a coach.
  • May 10, 2021

    By Katyanne Shoemaker
    This may be useful if this is your first time trying to lose weight, but for those that have tried and failed at everything in the past, it's nothing different. The best aspect is the daily lessons, but they are obnoxious and mostly useless for someone who has heard it all before. The color coding system is just aggravating. If green foods are encouraged, I shouldn't be going over my calories every day by eating them because I feel unsatisfied. Save your money and use mfp calorie tracker!
  • May 1, 2021

    By Sarah Biondo
    The android app is clunky and you can't save recipes, you have to enter every ingredient separately. Reading the articles started to feel like a chore and got to be too time consuming when I was working overtime every day. They also get repeated after a while. The constant push notifications made me anxious and irritated and I started avoiding the app altogether. I lost a few pounds but gained it all back plus some. There are better apps for calorie counting and exercise tracking that are free.
  • Essentially starving yourself Sep 18, 2019

    By RaeganCadle
    I had really high hopes for this app! First let me start off that after 2 weeks of your trial, they will charge you $130 for 4 months without notice. You also can’t get a refund if you’re not satisfied with that because “you had two weeks to cancel”. I guess that was my fault. Next thing is, you start off with a 2000 calorie budget and then it drops lower and lower. I feel as if Noom wants me to starve myself. I work outside, I am constantly sweating and walking around. I’m going to eat, and I shouldn’t have to feel bad about going over 1300 calories while eating healthy foods. Second of all, they list some foods that are high in nutrition like almonds/peanut butter and oatmeal as “red foods”. This makes me feel like I can’t eat anything, I only have so much time to make something quick and healthy that will fill me up until lunch time. Overall, I’m really not pleased with this app! I know it’s all psych tricks to make you break your bad habits but it’s just not working for me. I really wish I could get my money back. The only good part is counting my calories and seeing if my weight goes down by logging it in. I also believe they should let us take pictures of our meals for accurate calorie calculations, as in they measure how much calories our plate has and we list the things in them. That would help! I don’t recommend Noom if you’re broke like me, just constantly go to the gym and eat more veggies than yummy foods! That’s been working for me!
  • Did not provide services paid for Sep 17, 2019

    By aridge50325
    While, the concept of Noom is pretty good, the app is not user-friendly except for daily activities. Only available contact with a Noom ‘coach’ is available; and conversation, although promised on a daily basis, is sporadic (once a week)at best. I had an issue with not receiving the meal plan and exercise plan - buyer beware - this is an add-on $$ at sign-up. When I inquired on how to receive a refund for the plan I didn’t receive from my ‘coach’, the only thing I received was a link to cancel my membership. Since I could not find any alternative contact information, that’s just what I did, still not having received the meal plan/ exercise plan that I paid for up front. FYI: Noom makes you wait until your free trial period is over before setting you up with full access to the program - there’s no real way to understand if the program is a fit for you until after you pay the full fee. Sure, food logging and step counting is great, and there are some recipes in the app. And daily information, but this isn’t really anything that can’t be found outside the app. There’s no real taste of the program until you pay the joining fee. I’m disappointed in the free trial that only showed me that I would need 10-15 minutes a day (plus time to log each meal) to read through daily lessons and complete tasks. Not hooked enough to shell out $150+ to find out if it’s a program I would stick to long term.
  • Evaluate what you want from Noom Oct 7, 2019

    By yerawizardNiki
    I have over 100lbs to lose and know that dieting doesn’t work and wanted to try something different before taking the first steps towards Bariatric surgery. I’m at the five week mark and I’m not sure this is for me. First, I feel this program is not geared towards people who have 100+ pounds to lose but more so to people who have 15 or 20 pounds to lose. I also don’t like the sporadic contact with your goal specialist. It takes a week to hear back instead of having a conversation in the moment as the program makes it seem. I also am not a fan of the group. I think grouping people by their goals would be so much better. I’m in a group with people who are not massively overweight and it’s hard to be open when people with 15lbs to lose are like “I’m on week 3 and lost 10lbs already!” meanwhile, I’m on week five and I’ve lost 3lbs. It’s so discouraging and makes me wish I could turn the group function off! I also don’t like having to weigh in every day. I’ve been taught that this is not a good way to measure weight loss as weight fluctuates due to many factors and weighing in weekly is more accurate for weight loss. Also, as someone who is a recovered and now massively overweight anorexic, daily weighing is so, so triggering and brings back old habits but that’s my own personal hang up. Overall, I love the psych tricks and they are helpful but I don’t think the $44 a month is worth it for what I’m getting.
  • Idea is great, content is childish Jun 9, 2020

    By emj101
    The idea of Noom is good, but the practice was not all there for me. They say to spend ~10 minutes a day, which is accurate, but they didn’t verify the content was quite childish. They used multiple hashtags for silly things that annoyed me more than taught me. My biggest issues with Noom are the Coach & Food tracking. The coach only spoke to me MAYBE 1 time 5 day’s a week. It didn’t seem like she was interested in getting to know, but instead bringing up how I can handle quarantine/covid/etc. If she asked more sincere questions vs prompted questions, then she would have know I did not have any problems in quarantine as an introvert. The food tracking did not teach you about nutrition AT ALL but instead just calorie counting. They sorted foods into red, yellow, and green based off caloric density, but that did not teach you the macros of each food. They also ask you to step on the scale daily. I was miserable each day stepping in the scale - losing a pound, gaining two back, etc. It took me two months before I brought up with my coach I didn’t want to do this everyday because I felt it was making a negative impact on my. She said it was fine and a lot of Noomers do that.. but it wasn’t even provided to me as an option. Overall, I think it really can work for some people, but based off the price, I would recommend My Fitness Pal.. it’s way cheaper, has more options on food, and doesn’t have the stupid coach.
  • Good idea but if you’re wanting personalization, you’re not going to get it. May 28, 2020

    By Enurah
    So I was really excited to try out Noom. I started in May, and had my first contact from my personal coach. It seemed interesting and I loved the daily reads and quizzes. I was also excited for the group coaching too. I ended up pay for one month but cancelling right before renewing. The thing is, I noticed the personal coach seemed very generic. They seemed human, but I never got answers when I responded. Another week would go by, and instead of replying to me, she said something else about the goals and plan. May 8th rolled around and I still wasn’t in a group. I sent a message to my personal coach answering the questions she asked me about my plan. A week later and no response. I thought “oh well” and continued the daily log in, weigh in and reading the articles they provided. However, By May 23rd I still hadn’t heard from my personal coach and still wasn’t in a group. It was boring and everything I was doing, I could just do on my Fitbit app. So I cancelled the renewal. On May 27th was when I got a response from my personal coach. Not even addressing what I said prior just saying “oh gosh I can’t believe I missed your message”. She asked me if I had any questions and I replied but she still didn’t respond. This felt like a waste of money. Best to use the free version and not the payment one. I was really looking forward to the personalized experience.
  • So many issues so far :/ Feb 3, 2019

    By Twister J
    t the app has so many glitches. Let’s start at step one: sign up. My sign up just DID NOT WORK. I downloaded the app, signed up, then went to log in. It didn’t work. Kept saying my password was wrong. My password was not wrong. I reset it multiple times to no avail. Contacted customer service, who again advised me to reset the password. Then customer service insisted the only solution is I provide a new email address. I did this, got the app up and running — only to realize five days later the lauded “group” feature was totally missing. Then I realized when the updated my email address they put me in the healthy weight program instead of the diabetes prevention program I signed up for! A day or so later I realize the coach only infrequently interacts. Then I reach out to customer service again to get help and answers. Twenty four hours later, I’ve received zero response. My seven day trial — which I only got five days because I could not log in, expires tomorrow. I think I have to quit before the trial ends because I don’t want to pay for an expensive and non functional app with poor customer support. I’m disappointed. I want to love this app. I love the theory. I’ve tried everything, literally, in the past. I just want to be healthy. I know it will take a slow change of mindset and lifestyle. Noom seems to have many of those bases covered. If only it actually worked as advertised.

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  • NOOM has changed my life Oct 7, 2019

    By KLoBella
    I was skeptical to start a program like NOOM because of the price and because I didn’t know if it would work for me. I have struggled with weight for most of my adult life and it has not been easy for me to lose weight. I am entering week nine in the NOOM program and have lost 12 pounds! While this may not seem like much, it is weight that I have not been able to lose on my own. I am a registered nurse and I feel that a slower, steady weight loss is a healthier way to go. I have seen many others in my life lose and then gain right back. The program has been so helpful in many ways. I like the fact that there’s really nothing that you can’t eat in the program, but more like how much you eat of it. The program breaks down for you the three levels of food and how much you should be eating in each of those categories. It has been more of a lifestyle change and making you aware of what you were actually eating. I really love the program. I think that it is really great to have a coach and a support team to reach out to 24 hours a day, and to also have recipes recommended by the program. I invited a friend to join the program as well and she really enjoyed it but she ended with her trial due to the pricing for her. I have a ways to go to meet my goal, but I am off to a great start thanks to NOOM! So I give this program five stars, but if it were just slightly less expensive, more people could benefit from it.
  • May 4, 2021

    By Gabriella Cummins
    I didn't think that a logging app would work for me, but it really is! Obviously this isn't just a food tracking app, but that aspect is surprisingly helpful. The psych daily lessons are also very beneficial. Understanding what kind of eater I am has been profoundly helpful. I have list about 20 pounds so far and I'm about 5 weeks in I think. I'm happy with that. I feel so much better, I'm not constantly bloated, & I even have a little more energy than before. Don't hesitate to try it out!
  • Noom Mar 9, 2021

    By LizS1
    I’ve been using Noom for about a month. I eat mostly the same whole foods over and over so it is ridiculously easy for me to log my food which tracks my calories and shows me how many I have left and how much of it was veg etc. I enjoy the brief articles and their humor, they are a little goofy which is fun and the info is very simple and succinct and often interactive, gently psychological. After the first week or so of more interaction with her my goal specialist now checks in with me about once a week and asks me questions which help me think about things and stay engaged in my health journey. The team community coach posts a discussion topic I think every weekday and our little group of Noomers respond, like, and comment on each other’s posts. I think there’s a way to private message people but I haven’t needed to. I really look forward to the topics and people’s thoughts. I have lost a couple of pounds so far, which is great because what led me to do this was that I was slowly gaining and gaining! I’m enjoying Noom very much. I had a 2 week free intro and then figured it was worth another month. So far I think it has been worth the price, so I will probably continue for a while. I feel like I’m slowly making a shift to a person who will be thin. Other people are losing much faster because they are working out a lot, which I have not been, but Noom keeps me moving in the right direction. Little by little.
  • Closest thing to being hypnotized! Jul 31, 2020

    By DawnCrawford
    I used to always joke and say that if I could find someone to hypnotize me to make me hate pizza I would be just fine...... Noom pretty much did just that (without the hypnosis- haha). The tips and ideas were small, easy to maintain, and really made sense. Losing weight wasn’t for a group or other people- it basically just taught me little things that help me keep on track and made losing weight simple-more of a lifestyle and not something I “had” to do. I have felt for too long this pressure of having to please others and it always threw me into a down slide. It’s not for others...it’s for me! It explained why I hit a plateau. It explained when and why I feel hungry and the science behind it. It wasn’t overwhelming- it actually made sense and made me look forward to the 10 minutes or so a day I had to read my info. I finished my subscription about two months ago. After, I chose to stop the live Noom updates and just keep the free version. I love that this app pushes you to do that and not “live on a diet”. I have managed to maintain my weight and find it has turned into just my way of life and not something I just finished… I didn’t run back to everything that I used to overeat because this app taught me that I should make it a point to eat special treats. This app just taught me how to do it so that I’m not going overboard constantly. I owe my new midlife body and mindset to Noom!
  • May 1, 2021

    By Angie Corbett
    I've been using this app for right at a week and I love it. Being able to track your meals and calorie intake, as well as tracking water intake and exercise, is extremely helpful. It simplifies the process of watching what you eat and it conditions you to make better food decisions. The psychology side of the program is also really helpful. I look forward to logging in everyday, reading the lessons, and tracking my daily values. I've dropped 9lbs in just less than a week!! Very happy with Noom!
  • Really helping me improve my relationship with food! Nov 21, 2020

    By PHG79
    I joined Noom because I was desperate. I’m tired of losing and gaining the same weight (and more) over and over. I’ve tried a lot of programs, and while losing weight is almost never an issue for me, keeping it off is. My eating habits were broken, and while I had success with WeightWatchers and MyFitnessPal, the former’s use of 0-point foods was no good for someone like me, who will overindulge on anything she feels she’s given license to, and the latter focused so much on calories, it sometimes made every food seem the same, so I would try to game the system to get as much food as I could and be scared of treats. Not good either. Noom is teaching me to listen to my hunger cues, think about nutrition, allow myself treats, and be more mindful about food in general. It is really helping! The weight is coming off, but more importantly, I feel my attitude and outlook on food changing, and I’m enjoying what I eat more instead of stressing about it. This gives me greater faith the weight will stay off. Two changes I wish they would make would be to allow people to log in advance, so we can strategize for big days, like holidays, and not to make it so after I log a meal, I have to go back into log another one; it’s a bit annoying to have to take extra steps when I’m logging. These are minor annoyances, though. Overall, I love Noom, and I’m ending Week 4 16 lbs down!
  • Remarkable Success Jan 24, 2020

    By veteran banker
    I just finished my one year subscription with Noom and it was the best money I ever spent! I started last Jan at 215lbs. I saw the commercial on TV, New Years Eve and thought the app looked colorful and fun like a game. I thought it would be entertaining enough to keep my interest, but it was so much more. I learned about all the eating mistakes I was making. I learned what to eat, what to limit, what to increase. Because of my immediate success during the trial, I decided to pay for the subscription. I just wanted to get under 200lbs and be in less pain! Noom helped me work through so many of my life issues where I was stuck! I hit my goal and kept going. I felt like the pace was perfect. The lessons were really motivating, and the group was safe and encouraging. I hit 162.5 in October. Because of Noom I challenged myself to create a more balanced lifestyle. I started walking, then running, and finished 2 5K’s. I’m now Snowshoeing several times a week and have signed up for 5 - 5K’s in 2020. My work has improved so much, I’ve received several raises and so much encouragement. All my coworkers are inspired as well as many friends who have joined Noom too! I’ve managed to keep the weight off even through the holidays and now in Winter. Noom really works, especially if you have some supportive encouraging friends to walk and share with. If you do this, and stay really honest with yourself, it works, no excuses!
  • Just Do It! May 8, 2021

    By Jules- Just Do It!
    I have never, ever written any kind of review before. But this program is life changing, so I had to! If you’re having doubts about trying “yet another weight loss program that probably won’t work,” stop doubting and just sign up! Noom is everything you hoped all those other programs claimed to be, and so much more! My husband and I have tried other “diets,” and after struggling with hunger pangs, finding the ingredients for, and cooking crazy, bland meals , we are so excited to find a program that is doable and easy to follow. Just like you, I had my doubts, but when my husband lost 10lbs, something he had never succeeded in doing on any other diet, I had to give it a try. I’m less than 5 weeks in and have lost 10lbs. I feel so much better about myself. I’m eating far more healthfully, and I’m shocked that I don’t crave all the junk I used to eat. I do treat myself at the end of almost every day, but I check to see if it’s in my calorie budget first. Instead of handfuls of mini Cadbury chocolate eggs. I’ll have a serving, which is 9. I savor each one and feel completely satisfied. I know you probably don’t believe me, and that’s okay. I only believe me because I live it! I’d like to tell everyone to sign up for this program, whether you need to lose weight or not! You will become your best healthful self. I hope I’ve convinced you, and wish you every success! And to my husband, I am forever grateful!
  • May 12, 2021

    By Deanna Shaw
    With a combination of education and meal tracking I find myself still able to eat what I want while losing weight. The education on the psychology of how/why we eat really makes you evaluate what needs to change to make this a life long adjustment to eat right. The meal tracking is easy, very few things are not found and need to be manually entered. I have lost 10 lbs of my 20 lbs goal (COVID 20). I have full confidence that I'll meet my goal and continue eating right.
  • Great program! Jan 18, 2021

    By Armygirl1715
    I’m just finishing my second week and despite taking it slow, I’m noticing a difference! I’ve been carrying the extra weight from my youngest for the past 5 years now. And the pandemic just added to it. As well as now I have a work at home job on my computer all day! It’s not exactly a recipe for success! I knew I needed a change. I knew I wasn’t gonna just do what I needed to do on my own. I started to look into the Noom app and liked what I saw. I committed to 6 months, and after 2 weeks I’m glad I did. Paying for the program adds motivation to keep it up, but I’m seeing it working too! Two weeks in and I’ve lost 3lbs! Not much, but considering the first week I just kept track of what I ate and didn’t cut the calories like I was supposed to, I’m doing well! Taking slow. First week made me mindful of what and how much I was eating. Second week I actually committed to the meal plan. I stayed within my calories, and I’m not starving! I plan for regular intervals for meals/snacks, and I’m making sure to have healthy options around. I still have a ways to go. I’m not even exercising yet! But I’m already seeing this working! Only thing I might suggest is a full list of foods and where they rank and where they fit on the meal plan. So we have something to reference, and maybe get ideas from. Otherwise I’m happy with the program and the app!
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By Lorna Jacobs
    I have enjoyed working through the articles and I m learning all the while. However there are a few issues which could improve it; 1) Building my own recipe bank- I cook nearly all my meals from scratch, in quantities for 2, 4 or 6. Sometimes it is possible to input the quantities appropriately such as 1/4 egg, but 1/6 egg is not available. Also if I am cooking a cake for example, with 12 servings, I really want to put the whole recipe in, and to save it for later, and then just record that I have had 1/12 of the total recipe. 2) Some parts of the lessons simply don't work on an app- eg the emotion wheel. I am quite unable to read anything from it- I can gather it is a rainbow of gradients, but that is the ONLY bit of information I can glean from it. 3) Saving articles for later; this is in theory very useful, but when the articles have titles such as " expose yourself" - over and over again, it is virtually impossible to know which article you are looking for. This is particularly frustrating at the moment, as I am working through the emotions section- a vitally important section for me. but the exercises take a long time to work through, AND I find them very difficult so I'd like to be able to revisit them later, when I have more time, but scrolling through them all, with repetitive titles, I am unlikely to ever find the right one again. And yes, I have been known to ask my Goal mentor, but that takes away my autonomy, and leaves me hoping I have explained it right, waiting for an answer etc, so altogether not v satisfactory.
  • Good program, but has some issues. Apr 25, 2020

    By J. Kaaren
    I am now going into my fifth week with Noom. I find it to be a good overall concept and I have learned many things about myself, and about nutrition, and human nature, but am I losing weight? Not much, but I do plan to stay with the program for at least another month. While I feel that the basic concept is sound, there are some issues that need adjusting. (1) The program’s daily lessons are centered around a working woman’s or man’s environment, i.e. office , co-workers, break room, etc. They don’t seem to realize that there are those of us who have left this part of our lives behind and moved on, or, there doesn’t seem to be any appropriate material for a stay-at-home mom or dad, or for any other younger, or older persons out of this working” category. This hard for me to follow. (2) They tout one-on-one attention, and, truly, you are given a food coach, assigned to a group, and given a group coach as well. However, I’m not sure that these coaches are not bots. Asked questions sometimes are not answered for 24-48 hours (and never on a weekend). When they are answered, they are impersonal and often do not apply to the real situation at hand. I do think that this customer service aspect could be improved, or, strike the personal touch from the app advertising. In short, is this a good program? Yes, but if you want quicker weight loss and personal attention, I would take my business to Weight Watchers.
  • A few months and I’m (somehow?) both physically and emotionally healthier. Aug 19, 2019

    By Kvosswinkel
    I’ve been dieting on and off since my teen years and I just didn’t want to live that life anymore. Noom offered a balanced perspective full of sound advice and well-researched science. I lost a bit of weight and more importantly I feel like I’m in control (and happy with) my own day-to-day. I’m healthier and feel totally free of the yo-yo diet loop. Lots of great support in my chat group and a fantastic curriculum meant new perspectives and sustainable healthy habits. It was 100% worth it for me. Oh small note to the developers - I agree with others, the app could use a little work. It took up a ton of space on my phone (over a half gig!) and the messaging portion could be easier to use (better thread management, the ability to edit messages, etc...) but overall really nice product! Very well-designed UI/UX-wise and easy to use :) Also for others researching, a couple of notes: it’s definitely not a “fast results” kind of program; or at least it wasn’t for me. It’s more about changing your whole lifestyle, which takes time. Also the coach was not super helpful for me - they don’t respond in a very personalized way (was wondering if it was a bot for a little while) and only check in semi-regularly, so if that’s a big priority for you, I would look elsewhere. It’s more of a reminder, “keep you on track” tool than actual personalized guidance, which was a little disappointing.
  • Customer Support: 👎🏻 Dec 31, 2019

    By Joceyh3
    This is a phenomenal weight loss tool that is being held back by its lack of customer support. I’ve tried so many programs, both on my own and ones that require an app or a meeting, etc. This one actually works. I love that the science behind weight loss is shared on a daily basis with users and that there is validation that weight loss isn’t easy and there’s no magic formula that makes it that way. This truly is a program that aims to educate and promote lifelong, sustainable habits that lead to a healthy weight and lifestyle. However, their customer support is severely lacking. Personal coaching is touted as a main feature of this app. Where is it? My group receives what appear to be automated articles and challenges daily, but after two weeks (ironically once my free trial was up and I started paying for the program) my “personal coach” has disappeared. I have some operational questions about the app that I can’t get answers to and the “Help” section is no help at all. This is a problem, Noom! This is a paid program that is developed by what appears to be highly intelligent and well trained people in the field of weight loss. I will stick with the program because the weight loss portion does work. I don’t want my money back and would recommend this program to others. But I would appreciate a response from the developer. One that isn’t automated as it appears the other developer responded see I’ve read seem to be.
  • Approach With a Healthy Mindset May 24, 2020

    By MPolish
    I have Noom incredibly helpful for me. The app eases you into its program and each day gives you different tools to see the habits you have accepted as facts in your life. One of the best parts of the app is that it admits that there is no one size fits all path to weight loss. It even admits that the amount of weight you think you should lose might not be what best suits your lifestyle. Sometimes I find that the app throws so many ideas at you that it can be difficult at first to know which goals you should be setting each week and which things to focus on. But sticking with it definitely helps. Eventually you start to notice your own patterns, how much the app and its functions help you proceed to where you want to get to, and which parts of the app you can maybe disregard or save for another time. Caveat: I used the app in 2019, lost weight then traveled, stopped using it and gained it all back. I am back on Noom in quarantine knowing that one of the flaws I have found with Noom (and this just might be me personally) is that it is really successful when I’m in full control of my environment, but can be less so when that control decreases. This is something I’m still working on but hoping that with the help of my goal specialist and group I can push through. Noom has helped me lose 12 pounds and 2 inches off of my waist. But, more importantly, it has helped me change certain habits around food.
  • May 4, 2021

    By Tracy Bielaczyc
    I really like this app, the only issue I have is in creating meals. I do prefer my fitness pal platform because you can put in the recipe for a meal for your family and how many servings and then it breaks it down by individual. Noon should do this as well. But everything else is amazing from the support I receive to the information that you get. I'm really liking it.
  • Apr 23, 2021

    By Michelle Dupuis
    NOOM is a great way to track progress & be accountable if you are serious and committed to losing weight. Navigation between screens is not so smooth particularly when wanting to continue logging your food for a meal, you always get sent back to the home screen. Also because I am also trying to track my protein intake, it would be nice to see that in the ANALYSIS after each meal. Otherwise, it's a great app.
  • Worth it- for me. 👍🏻 Jan 26, 2019

    By Jeangenie77
    I was skeptical when I first started the trial. I have been through Weight Watchers, at least five times in my adult lifespan. It’s a good program, it teaches you how to eat. But at this stage of my life it did not fit into my busy schedule. I did not have time to work around the limited meetings in my area to weigh in. Roughly a month into this program, I have lost almost 10 pounds without much inconvenience, LOL-if that’s a good description. The things I mark it down for are a limited data base when you go to scan in a food to add it to your daily intake. That will improve with time. (I’m certainly helping, you can choose to input your food info as you go). I’d have to say that these people are on your case 24/7 to help keep you on track. You also have access to multiple other people who are doing this at the same time you are. I think the message board could be organized in a better fashion, to be more user-friendly and to allow you to have access to multiple threads at one time without being confused. All in all, I’m going to stick with this because it fits into my life at this time. It addresses psychological issues as to why people choose to eat what they eat, and why they overeat the wrong things. You are given the tools, should you choose to use them, to deal with these situations that affect those of us who have always had a complicated relationship with food.
  • Wish I could search custom dishes Jan 26, 2020

    By G Paq
    I’m on week 14 and have had a lot of success —lost 15lbs so far and really managing portion control. I’ve gotten to the point where I weigh in daily, log all my meals and exchange messages weekly with my personal coach but don’t get anything from the group support aspect and haven’t read the daily blurbs in a while. Even so, I’m still finding success and sense of accountability with the logging and correspondence with my coach. I’ve tried free logging apps before and just did not experience the same level of progress. What really got me on here to write a review is that I REALLY wish the custom dishes were searchable so I don’t have to scroll through weeks of meals I’ve logged to find what I’m looking for. We have a lot of hello fresh and go-to meals where this would be most helpful. Having editable custom dishes is a great feature! As we refine recipes, the ability to update rather than having to log it in from scratch again saves energy and keeps my recipes more organized 👍🏼 Something else that could be improved is the expediency in which foods are added to the database. I’ve taken the time to add the food and it’s nutritional value, I should be able to search that item within a couple weeks— I know it takes time for someone to review the entry and upload it to the overall database but I’d say two weeks is a fair amount of time to get that added.
  • Noom May 1, 2021

    By CABCS
    Good: Noom is working for me after many years of trialed weight loss. I do not feel deprived. The combination of tracking food, exercise and water along with the education is good. Very glad I joined. Price was reasonable. Opportunities: Too many inaccuracies in the food log database and too many entries for the same food type. On demand coach response time is slow (days instead of hours). Group coach is too scripted. Groups include to broad of differences (The FB group I joined is more beneficial). Too little transparency with app capabilities (I.e. have to reach out to coach to find out how color categories are calculated, how to make recipes, how to see average of color intake over time, etc.), too little transparency on cost and how it is calculated. Members compare prices, which lends itself into thinking price per month varies. Likewise feedback amongst members seems to imply continuing membership prices and what information you retain also lacks transparency (I am not to that stage yet for first hand experience). Suggestion: Build on app to allow members to see to see caloric intake, food colors, water intake, on average in time segments. This will help members to correlate weight gain/loss and plateaus with areas of the program they can improve in. To go back day by day doesn’t give a birds eye look. Perhaps coaches can see this, but members should be able to see directly.
  • May 10, 2021

    By Niki O
    Logging meals is extremely difficult. It takes a huge amount of attention to detail. Scans come up for wrong food. If nutrition label says serving size 1 cup 200 calories. The app will show serving size 230 calories and if you manually type 1 cup the calories are correct. It is tedious. The coaches aren't "there" for you. They are supportive and helpful. But I get one response a day. Sometimes I have had to wait 2 days and remind her I am waiting to hear from her.
  • Love this app but not customer support Jan 14, 2021

    By Wcmmama
    I was doing great with this app. I love the articles that they have to read, the way that they show you how to choose your food wisely so you can keep on track. However, I was logged off by the app and required to sign back in. Have not been able to get back on the app since January 1, 2021. I’ve contacted Support and at least 3 to 4 times a day I get the same suggestion to fix my problem from a different person at Support. I just realized tonight that it is coming from Zendesk which is an app and not real people which explains why I am being told to do the same thing over and over again that does not work. There is no way to contact a person at Noom to get help. I am so disappointed that I cannot use this app any longer. I even tried starting a new account with a different email and it still keeps bringing me to the window to upgrade which means I have to pay again and I have done this twice with no luck. Every time I sign in it comes back to the I want to upgrade window and will not allow me into the actual app. It is so frustrating not to be able to talk to someone to get help with this. I really wanted to continue to use this app and had planned on paying the $200 for the year to reward myself on New Year’s Day but found myself locked out. I even sent an email to the CEO, Saeju Joeng and received a reply from Zendesk. I was only able to use this app for 4 months. Great app if you are able to use it.😩
  • Needs work but lots of potential Sep 2, 2019

    By Offred80
    I like this app but the developers could make it much more user friendly. First, I need to be able to see my food diary without trying to log a meal. There needs to be a tab called Food Diary and another called Analytics where you can see your “colors” as they develop across the day. Currently, you can only see the diary or macro breakdown if you are about to log a food. Sometimes you want to see your progress without entering food, to analyze your data to plan ahead, but you can’t with this app. Also, I like to log ahead — I do this in myfitnesspal — if I know my work day will be busy, and this keeps me on track. You can’t do that on Noom. There is no way to plan ahead. This is particularly bad if I know I’m going out for one meal and need to plan the other meals to be lighter — and as a result, I keep going over, even trying to be conservative. And, finally, Noom doesn’t have a tab for logging exercise. You have to select “do more” and drill down to the limited exercise menu, which needs more options. They need to add HIIT workouts there. And finally, this is the beginning of week 2, and I have yet to talk to a goal specialist. I’ve gotten some bot-type interactions, but she won’t actually respond to me or my questions. She’s just kind of a push notification, like “good job for logging veggies today!” The cost is supposed to pay for the coach. If there’s no coach, then this is just a less robust version of myfitnesspal.
  • Exercise Component is a Bust! Apr 30, 2021

    By jens001
    Noom is a decent loss weight app, but it could be so much better. First, I find issue with the fact it could be causing you to overeat. Here’s why. If you have the Apple Watch, the app automatically logs your calories, but it doesn’t log the activity you participated in; you have to do that manually. As a result, because the calories are added twice ALL your calories burned are added to your food allowance rather than the 50% Noom intends to be added. Second is the issue of exercise. I understand Noom doesn’t believe exercise is that important, but I do so I participate in the same 5 activities every day. Now if the app can pull calories from my Apple Watch why can’t it pull the activity and duration? If that’s not possible why doesn’t the app learn from me so that have to put the same information in every bloody day? If I run and then I ride it graps the info I entered for the run and puts in the ride. I have to erase and reenter. Such a waste of key strokes. Finally, can Crossfit or cross training activity be added. Better yet add the activities found in the Apple Watch. I would really like Noom to place more energy in their exercise component. Loosing weight isn’t only about appearances but really getting physically fit and healthy in order to keep the weight off. Some serious adjustments to this app could make it so much more robust but ignoring the exercise component makes it fall flat. Hence, the three stars.
  • Great until it’s not Feb 27, 2020

    By Fnt21
    I loved Noom through the first month. I actually lost 9 lbs and felt like I was finally on my way to weight loss. It’s now been nearly three months and I haven’t lost any more weight. Obviously I am responsible for my self control, but Noom doesn’t provide a system to make you feel back on track once you get off track. First, they send you 5-6 articles a day which get to be exhausting over a long period. Many articles build on each other so if you miss three or four days then you will see references from previous articles you won’t understand unless you go digging through those that you missed. When you’re struggling to revive motivation, becoming weighed down by information is not helpful. Second, the weight loss coaches are amateur. I’ve had two now and I’ve had the same issues with both: very slow response time and unhelpful advice. For response timing, I’ve waited as much as five days for a response to a simple question. As for the content of the advice, it’s mostly questions in a Socratic form or stuff that is already heavily hit on in the articles. If I ask a question, 90% of the responses are another question. “What can I do to stop my junk food cravings?” “Well, what are some habits you could form to avoid craving junk?” If I could answer that question, I wouldn’t have asked. I appreciate the system for what it is, but I did pay a lot of money to get the program.
  • Mediocre and not worth the price. Aug 30, 2019

    By The fishermans wife
    I’ve been using another app to monitor my macros and exercise for some time. I was having weight issues because of the humidity and swelling and no continued weight loss. It’s imperative I don’t gain weight as I’m an amputee and device fit is essential. What I discovered was it was environmental and plateau. My weight went up. It was muscular as my clothes did not fit any differently. My device didn’t fit good. That was weather and exercise related. It was hot and humid. I was doing interval training 5 days a week combined with biking. So when the weather changed everything changed and the plateau broke. My diet really remained the same. My devices began fitting the way they should fit once the humidity and temp dropped. I was very unhappy with the way food was categorized by caloric density. I could not understand why some high fat foods were Yellow and other foods were Red. I even questioned it and got answers I just didn’t like them. It was just something I wasn’t willing to change. I also wasn’t sure about doing weight daily. I learned to chart it weekly vs daily. I’ll continue to do my food and weight charting. Even chart it daily. I find that helpful. The psychology being used is somewhat repetitive for me. Grateful for the 2 week trial. Very minimal assistance from specialists. Every 4 days doesn’t seem worth the price. If it works for other, great! Go for it. Just not my thing.
  • Rating would be higher if.... Nov 23, 2020

    By TamiD66
    I debated for several weeks on whether to give this a go. I honestly need more mindset help than anything else so I am enjoying the daily mindset work and the overall content. I am, however, completely disappointed in the food logging piece of this app and since it really is a very important component, it should be a priority in app development. It’s one of the the worst food logging apps I’ve come across. The database is very small, the options for logging are limited (I.e. you can only log portions in 1/4 increments - no option for 1/3’s) and you can’t easily switch from, let’s say breakfast to lunch. You have to complete your entry in one meal, go all the way back out to the home screen, reaccess the log and choose whatever meal you need to change or add to. Noom could greatly enhance their product and overall user experience by integrating with other, more robust food logging apps like My Fitness Pal, or even integrating with the food logging app in Fitbit or other fitness devices. Noom also touts red, yellow and green foods, but I haven’t found any actual lists yet. Maybe I can access them on the website, but the app is my go to. It would make meal and snack planning much easier. The rating for this app would be higher if the food logging portion was more robust and user friendly and if I could easily access food lists from the app.
  • Great concept but application needs work Apr 16, 2021

    By tadDDS
    I really like noom and have been using it for almost a month. The psychology behind eating is very informative and important. But I can’t give the app more than 3 stars because it drives me nuts that the food log is not super user friendly or efficient. It needs the ability to copy meals from one day to the next and then be able to adjust the portions. I know I can make a “recipe” for the foods but I want the ability to quickly adjust the portion sizes of individual items so that if I can stay within my calorie budget if my other foods changed from the day before. I wish there were more fraction options, too... not all foods will be measured in perfect quarters, what about adding 1/3 and 2/3?!? Also, when adding a new food to the app, when you go in to add the extra information (protein, carbs, etc.), once the keyboard is up on the iPhone, you can’t scroll down to input the bottom half of the screen’s information and you also can’t get the keyboard to go away. Additionally, sometimes when you scan a food, the correct food pops up but the information isn’t correct (ex. it lists 100 calories but it’s actually 90 on the food label). There’s nowhere to adjust that and/or report it. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE ADD THESE FEATURES/MAKE THESE CHANGES (similar to MyFitnessPal or Carb Manager) and then this will be the best! TIA!!
  • Depends what you’re looking for Jun 8, 2020

    By nbsweetie712
    My honest review after completely the two week trial (and deciding not to move forward) is, it really depends on what you are looking for. I was looking for something to jumpstart my post-pregnancy weight loss, but being a health coach myself and having successfully lost weight in the past I found myself really bored with the reading. No matter what ‘level’ you’re at, even though you fill out questionnaires in the beginning to determine what your lifestyle is like, you’re starting from square one. So that wasn’t useful for me. Then there are the coaches. I got a message from my coach after about four days, responded back to him within minutes, then never heard back. I reached out to Noom after two more days asking if the coach was a real person or a bot, that’s how ‘automated’ his message to me sounded. And how are you supposed to get anywhere if it takes the coach two days to get back to you every time? They assigned me a new coach but the same thing happened again. So in my two week trial, I never really had an interaction with a coach at all. So that didn’t work for me either. What did work for me was the food analysis, where you log your meals and get an immediate response based on a grading system. I loved that aspect of it, but for the price it’s not worth it to me to keep it just for that.
  • Usefulness quickly exhausted Aug 9, 2019

    By tanzmitpalmer
    I found this program to be very helpful for about six weeks, but after that it seemed repetitive and lacking in the area of tracking growth and progress. The coaching was not at all helpful, and the groups were not as active/supportive as I would have hoped - just a bunch of twee housemoms regurgitating get-healthy cliches. I can imagine most of them identify strongly with the classic stock photo, “Woman Smiling Over Salad”. My biggest issue with this program is the oversimplification of food - it’s either green, yellow or red. There is no way to track macros, which is pretty freaking important to do if you’re trying to lose significant weight, because your body won’t get the point unless you’re feeding it the right amount of protein, carbs and fats for your body weight. Once I started tracking my macros in another app, my metabolism finally kicked into high gear. I’m not mad that I started with noom, because as I said, it WAS useful for a minute, but I wish I had known more about the structure of the program before buying an 8-month subscription, which they refuse to let me donate to someone who may need it more. Also, the harassing texts to sign back in after I have asked multiple times to have alerts turned off, is getting pretty freaking annoying.
  • May 11, 2021

    By Ash H
    I wish I could give this app a higher rating but there are clearly a lot of bugs to work out. The customization they claim to do isn't great. The food logging is the most frustrating part of the app as the scanner I finicky and hardly anything is in their database. The groups are chaotic and the age range is too wide in my opinion. You can't edit a workout once you post it. Mine has started deleting my daily step count and at one point started my articles at the beginning. Needs improvement.
  • May 2, 2021

    By Amy M
    The app shuts down every time I use it. The program itself does not work for me. But I paid for it so may as well continue reading. Some things are a waist of time in the readings. For example when they try to be funny maybe by putting in a ditty. Also the program seems to recap often. It gives you the option to save articles so if I need to recap I can just go look thru saved articles. If I didn't save I can just ask a coach.
  • May 10, 2021

    By Katyanne Shoemaker
    This may be useful if this is your first time trying to lose weight, but for those that have tried and failed at everything in the past, it's nothing different. The best aspect is the daily lessons, but they are obnoxious and mostly useless for someone who has heard it all before. The color coding system is just aggravating. If green foods are encouraged, I shouldn't be going over my calories every day by eating them because I feel unsatisfied. Save your money and use mfp calorie tracker!
  • Essentially starving yourself Sep 18, 2019

    By RaeganCadle
    I had really high hopes for this app! First let me start off that after 2 weeks of your trial, they will charge you $130 for 4 months without notice. You also can’t get a refund if you’re not satisfied with that because “you had two weeks to cancel”. I guess that was my fault. Next thing is, you start off with a 2000 calorie budget and then it drops lower and lower. I feel as if Noom wants me to starve myself. I work outside, I am constantly sweating and walking around. I’m going to eat, and I shouldn’t have to feel bad about going over 1300 calories while eating healthy foods. Second of all, they list some foods that are high in nutrition like almonds/peanut butter and oatmeal as “red foods”. This makes me feel like I can’t eat anything, I only have so much time to make something quick and healthy that will fill me up until lunch time. Overall, I’m really not pleased with this app! I know it’s all psych tricks to make you break your bad habits but it’s just not working for me. I really wish I could get my money back. The only good part is counting my calories and seeing if my weight goes down by logging it in. I also believe they should let us take pictures of our meals for accurate calorie calculations, as in they measure how much calories our plate has and we list the things in them. That would help! I don’t recommend Noom if you’re broke like me, just constantly go to the gym and eat more veggies than yummy foods! That’s been working for me!
  • Did not provide services paid for Sep 17, 2019

    By aridge50325
    While, the concept of Noom is pretty good, the app is not user-friendly except for daily activities. Only available contact with a Noom ‘coach’ is available; and conversation, although promised on a daily basis, is sporadic (once a week)at best. I had an issue with not receiving the meal plan and exercise plan - buyer beware - this is an add-on $$ at sign-up. When I inquired on how to receive a refund for the plan I didn’t receive from my ‘coach’, the only thing I received was a link to cancel my membership. Since I could not find any alternative contact information, that’s just what I did, still not having received the meal plan/ exercise plan that I paid for up front. FYI: Noom makes you wait until your free trial period is over before setting you up with full access to the program - there’s no real way to understand if the program is a fit for you until after you pay the full fee. Sure, food logging and step counting is great, and there are some recipes in the app. And daily information, but this isn’t really anything that can’t be found outside the app. There’s no real taste of the program until you pay the joining fee. I’m disappointed in the free trial that only showed me that I would need 10-15 minutes a day (plus time to log each meal) to read through daily lessons and complete tasks. Not hooked enough to shell out $150+ to find out if it’s a program I would stick to long term.
  • Evaluate what you want from Noom Oct 7, 2019

    By yerawizardNiki
    I have over 100lbs to lose and know that dieting doesn’t work and wanted to try something different before taking the first steps towards Bariatric surgery. I’m at the five week mark and I’m not sure this is for me. First, I feel this program is not geared towards people who have 100+ pounds to lose but more so to people who have 15 or 20 pounds to lose. I also don’t like the sporadic contact with your goal specialist. It takes a week to hear back instead of having a conversation in the moment as the program makes it seem. I also am not a fan of the group. I think grouping people by their goals would be so much better. I’m in a group with people who are not massively overweight and it’s hard to be open when people with 15lbs to lose are like “I’m on week 3 and lost 10lbs already!” meanwhile, I’m on week five and I’ve lost 3lbs. It’s so discouraging and makes me wish I could turn the group function off! I also don’t like having to weigh in every day. I’ve been taught that this is not a good way to measure weight loss as weight fluctuates due to many factors and weighing in weekly is more accurate for weight loss. Also, as someone who is a recovered and now massively overweight anorexic, daily weighing is so, so triggering and brings back old habits but that’s my own personal hang up. Overall, I love the psych tricks and they are helpful but I don’t think the $44 a month is worth it for what I’m getting.
  • Idea is great, content is childish Jun 9, 2020

    By emj101
    The idea of Noom is good, but the practice was not all there for me. They say to spend ~10 minutes a day, which is accurate, but they didn’t verify the content was quite childish. They used multiple hashtags for silly things that annoyed me more than taught me. My biggest issues with Noom are the Coach & Food tracking. The coach only spoke to me MAYBE 1 time 5 day’s a week. It didn’t seem like she was interested in getting to know, but instead bringing up how I can handle quarantine/covid/etc. If she asked more sincere questions vs prompted questions, then she would have know I did not have any problems in quarantine as an introvert. The food tracking did not teach you about nutrition AT ALL but instead just calorie counting. They sorted foods into red, yellow, and green based off caloric density, but that did not teach you the macros of each food. They also ask you to step on the scale daily. I was miserable each day stepping in the scale - losing a pound, gaining two back, etc. It took me two months before I brought up with my coach I didn’t want to do this everyday because I felt it was making a negative impact on my. She said it was fine and a lot of Noomers do that.. but it wasn’t even provided to me as an option. Overall, I think it really can work for some people, but based off the price, I would recommend My Fitness Pal.. it’s way cheaper, has more options on food, and doesn’t have the stupid coach.
  • Good idea but if you’re wanting personalization, you’re not going to get it. May 28, 2020

    By Enurah
    So I was really excited to try out Noom. I started in May, and had my first contact from my personal coach. It seemed interesting and I loved the daily reads and quizzes. I was also excited for the group coaching too. I ended up pay for one month but cancelling right before renewing. The thing is, I noticed the personal coach seemed very generic. They seemed human, but I never got answers when I responded. Another week would go by, and instead of replying to me, she said something else about the goals and plan. May 8th rolled around and I still wasn’t in a group. I sent a message to my personal coach answering the questions she asked me about my plan. A week later and no response. I thought “oh well” and continued the daily log in, weigh in and reading the articles they provided. However, By May 23rd I still hadn’t heard from my personal coach and still wasn’t in a group. It was boring and everything I was doing, I could just do on my Fitbit app. So I cancelled the renewal. On May 27th was when I got a response from my personal coach. Not even addressing what I said prior just saying “oh gosh I can’t believe I missed your message”. She asked me if I had any questions and I replied but she still didn’t respond. This felt like a waste of money. Best to use the free version and not the payment one. I was really looking forward to the personalized experience.
  • So many issues so far :/ Feb 3, 2019

    By Twister J
    t the app has so many glitches. Let’s start at step one: sign up. My sign up just DID NOT WORK. I downloaded the app, signed up, then went to log in. It didn’t work. Kept saying my password was wrong. My password was not wrong. I reset it multiple times to no avail. Contacted customer service, who again advised me to reset the password. Then customer service insisted the only solution is I provide a new email address. I did this, got the app up and running — only to realize five days later the lauded “group” feature was totally missing. Then I realized when the updated my email address they put me in the healthy weight program instead of the diabetes prevention program I signed up for! A day or so later I realize the coach only infrequently interacts. Then I reach out to customer service again to get help and answers. Twenty four hours later, I’ve received zero response. My seven day trial — which I only got five days because I could not log in, expires tomorrow. I think I have to quit before the trial ends because I don’t want to pay for an expensive and non functional app with poor customer support. I’m disappointed. I want to love this app. I love the theory. I’ve tried everything, literally, in the past. I just want to be healthy. I know it will take a slow change of mindset and lifestyle. Noom seems to have many of those bases covered. If only it actually worked as advertised.
  • Nutrition info all wrong, tedious logging Jan 20, 2021

    By Ad810
    I do like this app overall, I like the way it works and how it’s different than other programs, but logging food is such a pain. It could be so much better easier to log (seems like a lot of steps to get to the logging part and isn’t that an important piece of this app?) and then the nutrition information is often wrong. I initially liked that it had so many foods already in its database, but I find I have to check the info to the food packages and it’s often wrong, so then I have to input it separately or find a way to change my portion in the app to correctly log the calories I consumed. This is really annoying and a huge disappointment. I’ve used other apps like Lose It which seemed more accurate overall. Wish their databases could be updated. I contacted them once and they said that the info was wrong because the manufacturer changed their portion size since their last update. I can’t imagine almost everything in my house has been changed since their last update- get it together please! Wanted to add that logging food is a tedious process. Would be nice to have faster ways to log and it to be a bit cleaner of a process. Since the tracking is important for me I’ll be going back to the Lose It app as their logging is so much easier. Noom- you are on to something great, but seriously get correct nutrition info and make logging for a lot easier!
  • May 1, 2021

    By Sarah Biondo
    The android app is clunky and you can't save recipes, you have to enter every ingredient separately. Reading the articles started to feel like a chore and got to be too time consuming when I was working overtime every day. They also get repeated after a while. The constant push notifications made me anxious and irritated and I started avoiding the app altogether. I lost a few pounds but gained it all back plus some. There are better apps for calorie counting and exercise tracking that are free.
  • Bad app, OK-ish program. Not worth the money May 13, 2019

    By Dater 123
    This app is incredibly buggy, so you can’t really use it. IT was completely unhelpful. They say they have 24/7 support, but the app says they’ll get back to sometime during standard business hours. It’s all done over email, which is such a time drain when their “fix” ignores the initial question and you have to ask again. That’s bad for an all app-based program. If you add a food that’s not in data base, which I had to do a lot in just a few days, it doesn’t work with their “red/yellow/green” system. It rolls out features over time, so you don’t even know what you’re paying for in the 2-week trial until you’re past the cancellation deadline. I got a “goal specialist” that was supposed to contact my once a week. (A chatbot, but with a photo of a person your “chat”.) There wasn’t any information about when groups would be introduced, and they put off telling you that there are hidden fees for different parts of the program. They charge for basic access to the app in one lump sum. You have to threaten to cancel to get a monthly rate, and it’s far less discounted than the up-front rate. If you request your data be deleted, they have 30 days to do whatever they want with it before they’ll delete it. You can access recipes, chat groups, and weight trackers on a ton of free apps. This one just has a lot of shady business practices. The positive is that the lay-out of the stuff that worked was cute.
  • Works halfway; not a company that operates in good faith or with expected standards Oct 22, 2019

    By Abigail Hostetter
    As others have stated, you don’t get full access until you pay the $129 or other steep fees. The sign up process is purposely confusing, and unlike other apps, you don’t have a subscription that you can easily cancel from your iTunes or Google Play subscription list. I was committed, though, and paid $129 for 4 months. Unfortunately, as others said, they mark certain high-calorie foods RED even though they let you say fuller far longer, and the Coach is nonexistent, aka, responded once or twice in three months to what I actually said, and messaged only every couple of weeks. A joke. My guess is that it’s a bot. The company has a D rating from the BBB & its only customer service is a phone # that “tries to connect to Google Voice” when you try to call because (my best guess) the company is based abroad and its US presence is not fully realized, and thus not subject to our laws? A true disappointment. I was charged an additional $129 for a second four months despite canceling and am disputing the charge through my credit card company. Pity those who provided their debit card numbers. At best, they have purposely deceptive practices; at worse, they’re illegally and knowingly fleecing customers and do not provide the full services they pay for. I’m astonished they don’t have more negative reviews, as they’re freely available elsewhere online.
  • Less than effective Apr 21, 2020

    By Whirlyburd
    I’m not blaming the app for only losing 1 lb over 5 weeks. I have been eating less than 1500 calories balanced meals and exercising as much as I can with arthritis. The lessons seem abstract and difficult to follow. The lessons are campy as written almost just to be different. Lessons could be less abstract and written in plain language but then again it would be difficult for Noom to charge $179 for a straight forward program with easy to understand language. You could get better value with weight watchers. I’ve been dieting smartly and have not deviated from my guidelines. I read the lessons thoroughly but get little from them. I don’t feel the app is doing anything that I’m not already doing myself. Again I’m not blaming the app. I think the testimonials are over inflated. I won’t renew. UPDATE:I was thrown off the app by the coach. I posted a not so stellar review in the App Store not the group 2 weeks ago not blaming anyone and was contacted by support asking what I they could to resolve this. After two emails requesting a refund I received no response. I posted my my displeasure in my group today and was immediately thrown out of the group. I did not quit and I would have continued if I didn’t receive a refund of $179 or a partial refund. Don’t ever get involved with this app. Their administration is horrible and their not willing to meet you halfway. I will continue to post my review as often as I can
  • Nice beginning/horrible middle-end Apr 26, 2018

    By Jmcsofly
    This app is for those who want to lose a little weight but aren't in any rush. By that I mean if it took 6 months to take a little more than a few inches off they'd be okay. If you're looking for a decent amount of results for all of the hectic and unnecessary work they make you do then this isn't for you. For starters, I was already suspicious about the fact that bad reviews had five stars. In other words, they're paying to have people's reviews changed. There's no way so many bad reviewers messed up and didn't realize they hit five stars. Not bashing just saying what I'm seeing. As for my experience with the app, first few days I didn't even talk to my "team" that they push so hard for you to keep updating. Want to know why I didn't update them? 1.Because they rarely respond, 2. "They" is only one person. My second issue, the FAQ section is either in dire need of updating or its purposely misleading. The app doesn't even look like the visuals they use to help you. Support is a long cue of unanswered automated robots. If you decide to do the trial, make sure you have a quick way of unsubscribing. My guess is that they're just making it hard so they can get your money. The company has a great concept, they just weren't ready for so much success in such little time. Now everything seems jumbled and unprofessional. I was rooting for them hoping I was simply paranoid.
  • Disappointed Aug 31, 2019

    By BJackson27
    Honestly I’m disappointed. I’m fairly in shape and was looking to loose 10-15lbs to feel more myself I exercise regularly just have gotten a bit out of shape due to office life so I figured this app/program would be great support in doing so and provide that extra push I needed. The app itself is fine, the program itself is nothing new and I rather like the green,yellow, red food monitoring system. Where I feel let down is my coach and group. The group is so annoying, supposedly you’re put in a group with people with similar goals and habits. My group is not even close to that it’s a bunch of people complaining about what they can/can’t eat and bragging about walking a mile a day.... With my group being a bust, I was really hoping that maybe my coach would provide some candid feedback and support on this journey. Multiple times I’ve reached out about how frustrated I was about my scale not moving much(I have lost 5lbs over 2 months), and her advise was to focus on other signs of weight loss... after I quit my subscription and again told her I was frustrated she finally asked if she could give me feedback on what I had been logging and why my scale might not be moving as much as I want.... yes lady that is why I signed up for this aren’t you just suppose to be doing that? Maybe I didn’t read enough on this before joining but based on all the hype and great reviews I was expecting more.
  • Users Beware! Dec 11, 2019

    By ImLiya
    I signed up for the trial and it was a good program however it wasn’t for me.I don’t recommend this app because it is misleading. It’s claims to care about your weight loss journey and that they are so confident in that product they offer a free trial ( which they actually charge for ) when it’s really just a trap to take all your money. They are just out for your money they charge for the trial , they charge a pretty price for the service and still charge for other parts of the program , that other programs include in the service fee, like a meal plan and exercise plan (charged separately ) so your paying to read articles basically. I tried multiple times to figure out how to cancel my subscription before the trial ended but they make it a long difficult process. So by the time you figure it out how to cancel it , they charge your account for the full amount of the several month program ( which is a few hundred) and refuse to give you refund. There is no direct way to contact support and they do not respond to email in the time that they claim. There’s no alternative solution because I cannot change my payments or the end date for a service I do not want to use. I never experienced such a disregard for customers. Any other service will let you cancel it if you’re unhappy and refund your money but no . Don’t buy into the hype it’s not worth it !
  • I liked the app, but wish an explanation of pricing was easier to find Aug 16, 2019

    By ShanaRen
    I did the free trial, wasn’t planning on giving my payment info but they suggested a donation for the free trial so I thought sure, why not. I was waiting for an indication that my trial was ending and an explanation of pricing...I had no idea how much it cost after the free trial. Turns out, it costs a lot! $100! I noticed they charged my card, I canceled immediately while the charge was still pending, but after contacting support in a panic and a rage I got an automated email saying I couldn’t get a refund because I didn’t cancel during the trial period. I was infuriated and felt violated and I sent them a Facebook message saying so. The next day I received an apology and a refund and so all was well and I didn’t need to be so dramatic. But I do wish the info was easier to find because I had looked for it at the beginning. The app itself was nice, the food logging feature was nice and I enjoyed the science-based health and nutrition info as well as the friendly and supportive spirit in which it was written. I think it would be really helpful to many who are trying to lose weight because it helps educate and change your mindset, which is necessary to change habits. I just wish I had known from the beginning what to expect after the free trial. Also other apps that do mostly the same thing are free.

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