Did you know that Artificial Intelligence can help you lose weight? Well, if you’re trying to lose weight in a healthy manner, we’ve got a suggestion for you: use the Noom app.
This AI weight loss app helps you burn that fat in no time
This app relies on AI algorithms to analyze your exercise patterns and food logs in order to suggest personalized diets and fitness exercises. In this manner, the app helps you to maximize weight loss.
Noom also suggests various fitness-related articles to help you better understand the principles that trigger weight loss. For example, this AI-powered app will recommend you articles describing the differences between whole grain bread and white bread. It will also give you more information about the benefits of various exercises and how to exercise the right way.
Noom mixes AI and human touch
Noom is a complex health and fitness app that successfully blends AI and human intervention. More precisely, Noom also integrates an old-school approach to its data-driven app: real-life weight loss coaches.
The powerful AI-driven algorithms quickly identify your exercise and eating habits and suggest changes to optimize your weight loss process. On the other hand, human coaches take over when it comes to complex tasks that AI cannot yet understand. Coaches identify the emotional factors and thought processes that push you to overeat and help you to overcome them.
This powerful symbiosis between AI and human coaches is the reason why 78% of the people who used Noom between 2012 and 2014 reported a decrease in body weight. AI takes care of the number and pattern-driven data, offering human coaches enough time to connect with users.
Noom gives you the motivation and guidance to make a true lifestyle change and get long-term results.
Interested in testing out this AI weight loss app? Go to Noom’s official website and fill in the health and fitness questionnaire to get your personalized course now.
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