More and more parents are starting to focus more on personal health than ever before. More often than not when the topic of losing weight comes up within my circle of friends, it’s less about looking “hot” and more about long-term health for the benefit of an individuals children. I mean, when I’m eating healthier and beefing up my physical activity during the week, sure it’s nice to think about fitting into an old pair of jeans but nothing keeps me motivated quite like thinking about the future of my children. If my health isn’t important to me and I let myself backslide into unhealthy eating habits, cutting out exercise, etc. it’s a very real possibility that I could have a future health crisis that could leave my little ones without their mom.
So, sure it’s nice to think about the benefits for myself in keeping myself fit but mostly my main motivator is my loved ones. Now, I’m not overweight to say the least but of course (insert human nature here) I’ve found myself noticing that there in fact some areas of my body that I’d like to target for slimming down. Add to it that for my age bracket it’ll only get harder to slim down the older I get, and you can see why I’d want to start getting back into fit shape again in addition to being on the lookout for my family’s best interests (having a mama around to love, nurture and guide them).
When I was approached to be a part of the Noom family, it took me less than 5 minutes (just by reading their website/mission statement) to know that I wanted to utilize their services. For my readers who aren’t familiar with Noom Weight Loss plan, I can sum it up by quoting the mission statement that got me, hook, line & sinker:
“We measure success by the number of lives that we have made healthy. We focus on significant, lasting outcomes. Weight loss is just the start. It resonates with most people and is the first step to preventing or improving other chronic and pre-chronic conditions like diabetes and hypertension.
Small “non-scale” victories are important; things like gaining confidence and having more energy contribute to a happy, healthy life.”
With so many diet fads, programs, false promises over screens for fast weight loss, weight loss plan, etc. it’s easy to get discouraged about weight loss. I’m guilty of buying into the same empty promises, false advertisement and lose it quick schemes, as many others so I get it. I used to think I was on my own on the path to getting healthy for myself and my loved ones but Noom helped me see that that just wasn’t the case. I wasn’t alone.
NOOM Weight Loss Plan:
With the combined power of technology and human empathy, Noom has found a way to help every day folks become successful in both, behavioral changes and sustainable weight-loss results. There are no promises of “shedding pounds like magic” or advertising pills/shakes that claim to help drop inches in a snap. Compared to users who tried other programs and gained 80% of their starting weight back, Noom users are finding true success thanks to the psychology based program that teaches them how to identify & change the habits that have been holding them back from healthier, happier lifestyles.
Curious to see what all of the fuss it about or even if I’m being sincere in what I’m hyping up to readers? Right now you can do as I’m doing and do a test run so to speak by signing up for a 14 day trial to see if the program is right for you. With the help of readily available professionals who adhere to cognitive behavior training to help users better understand their personal barriers, goals and areas of opportunity for change, and the offer of weekly, one-on-one goal setting, plus curriculum choices, you’ll quickly see that I’m not playing around on this one.
Signing up for the Noom program and their weight loss support is actually a snap, unlike other dieting advertisements. As a user you can visit them online, complete a quick survey and then head on over to the list of package options based on the answers given in said survey. The 14 day trial is $1 and then afterwards is totaled up in a lump sum that the user will pay after the trial or “probationary” period runs out. If you’re like me then you’ll love the supportive, sincere, and personable program whose true aim is to help you become a new, healthier version of yourself and not just prey on your bank account for personal gain.
If you won’t take my word for it, then I would strongly encourage those who are looking for a lifestyle change to look into the program. they offer affordable monthly subscriptions after the 14 day trial and their mission is to help their users become confident, healthy individuals that will stick with their goals for a longer, happier life with the ones they love!
*This is a partnered post with Noom. All opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*