There are a lot of weight loss programs and fitness apps out there, but Noom offers smartphone apps that promote healthy living by monitoring the progress of its users, and providing advice on weight management.
In other words, Noom might just be the one that helps to tip the scales.
As Cofounder and Co-CEO Artem Petakov told AlleyWatch, “We don’t simply track, but rather, we coach. We’re not simply a place to record actions; instead, we guide patients on a path to improved health. We do this in a way that keeps users coming back during what can be a very difficult journey—we’ve retained 42% of consumer users over two years. Improving diet and exercise creates results that feel good later on, but can be very challenging day-to-day. Much of our work has been to find ways to keep our users on the path to success, even when it feels slow or especially challenging.“
Between Noom Prevent, which provides mobile delivery of the clinically-proven NDPP curriculum; Noom Diabetes Coach, which incorporates diet, exercise, and basic medication/blood sugar tracking, and is designed for use by patients with their care teams; Noom Monitor, which applies cognitive behavioral therapy to eating disorder treatment and includes intuitive food logging, behavior tracking, and an integrated therapist dashboard; and Noom Coach Enterprise, a customized weight loss app for large groups, with curated social support specific to the organization, trained facilitators, and custom dashboard tracking and data integration, they’ve got it covered. And of course, there’s also the original Noom Weight Loss Coach. Noom has a full package which seems to be changing the game.