I’ve been doing Noom for six weeks and haven’t lost any weight, but I’ll admit that it’s my fault. They give me all the tools, but I haven’t used them. I decided to take a new approach in an attempt to increase my success.
One of my friends posted an article on Facebook about intermittent fasting. I’ve fasted before, so this caught my attention. I always feel better when fasting. I did a bit of research and decided the best approach for me is the 16:8 approach where you fast for 16 hours and eat during an 8-hour window.
This morning, I skipped breakfast. I’m not big on breakfast anyway. At 11:00 a.m., I had two pieces of breaded cod that I put in the air fryer with no oil, since it may already have oil. I bought the cod from Omaha Steaks. I also had two services of cauliflower rice medley. This came in under 300 calories.
My plan is to eat again at 3:00 p.m. and between 6:00 and 7:00pm, and then to fast until 11:00am tomorrow. I’m still using Noom to do this. I’m using their tools and the app to log my calories.
My doctor told me to walk briskly with a light weight in each hand. I started this initially with 2-1/2 lb weights and have switched to 5-lb weights. I feel stronger not only in my arms, but also in my back, shoulders, and chest. My neck is slimmer.
Noom is a really good tool, and I like the coaches, groups, app, and reminders. I’m going to stick with it. I’m sure the weight will start coming off as I do my part.