red_ivy1211 wrote: »
@lemurcat2 I definitely agree with your take on it. Noom is offering pretty much what MFP already does but for much more money. Maybe because Noom is a newer program but I’ve also found that they do not have a lot of barcodes or foods in their database. MFP seems to have every food available and therefore it’s easier to get accurate calorie counts.
0somuchbetter0 wrote: »
I read about Noom when it first came out and the methodology reminded me a lot of what I learned by reading the Beck Diet Solution and working through the workbook. Same ideas, a lot less expensive than the Noom program. That said, it’s all about the individual. I tried Weight Watchers a million years ago and while I learned a lot, it didn’t address my overeating issues. Beck did. I’m a strong believer in tracking, so MFP works for that, but not for the CBT stuff. I’m still a work in progress, but for me what’s worked best is finding the right combination of support
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