Noom UK Review

flag 14-day trial for just £1
  • Track your weight and monitor what you eat

  • Personal coach and meal plans

  • Sustainable plan for healthy eating

  • 24/7 support

Pros & Cons

  • Easy-to-use app
  • Customised plans
  • Dedicated goal coach
  • 24/7 live chat support
  • 7-day free trial
  • Cannot call or meet your coach
  • Workout program sold separately

Plans & Pricing

Noom offers a free seven-day trial so you can try the app out before committing to it. After the trial period, Noom’s subscription costs up to $69 per month, and you’ll need to pay extra if you’d like a workout plan.

Noom’s pricing plan varies depending on how many months you commit to. So, a monthly auto-renewing plan costs $60 USD, but the annual auto-renewing plan is $199 (that’s approximately $16.58 per month).

Additionally, personalised meal plans and workout plans are sold separately as add-ons. At the time of writing this article, the listed price for these add-ons is between $80-$100

Monthly plan
$60
2-month plan
$99
3-month plan
$129
4-month plan
$139
5-month plan
$149
6-month plan
$159
7-month plan
$169
8-month plan
$179
9-month plan
$185
10-month plan
$189
11-month plan
$195
Annual plan
$199

Overview

Noom is an application that helps users improve their wellness and lose weight by eating mindfully and adopting healthier behavioural habits. The app tracks your food intake and exercise regime, and it connects you with a health coach who prepares a personalised meal plan for you.

Rating

  • "Price"
    7 /10
  • "Features"
    8 /10
  • "Ease of USe"
    8 /10
  • "Help and Support"
    9 /10

Special Features

Noom offers special add-ons to improve and personalise your experience. For an additional fee, you can get access to a personalised meal plan, workout regime, or Noom’s ‘weight loss DNA test’.

Ease of Use

Noom has an intuitive, easy-to-follow interface and setup. The app will ask you a series of structured questions addressing your goals, illnesses, lifestyle, habits, and current weight, to provide you with a customised plan. Additionally, after the initial setup, everything pertaining to your Noom diet is managed through the app.

Beyond the app’s ease of use, many users wonder how easy it is to follow the Noom diet. According to users that have tried the Noom diet, it’s relatively easy to follow. Noom claims to prioritise healthy lifestyle changes to meet your weight and wellness goals, and the brand emphasises that its program is designed to maintain sustainable results.

You’re also assigned a personal coach to help you stay motivated and organised, and they’ll ask you how long you can commit to using Noom per day. The lowest option is 5-10 minutes, designed for fast-paced lifestyles. Depending on the plan you choose, Noom provides a personalised plan tailored to your availability.

Suppliers

Noom is not a meal delivery app, so they do not provide users with meals or ingredients.

Variety of Food

Noom will design a customised meal plan for you, but the brand generally classifies foods into the following three groups:

– Green. These are foods that Noom recommends making a regular part of your diet.

– Yellow. Noom recommends controlling your intake of these foods, although they’re okay to consume for the most part.

– Red. Noom recommends minimising how much you eat these foods in your daily regime. Nuts, cheese, and foods with high caloric density are classified as Red foods.

Noom’s classifications aren’t as strict as they may seem, though. The groups are designed based on each food’s caloric density. So, provided you stay within your daily calorie range, you can get away with consuming, say, Red foods. To get the most out of the diet, though, it’s best to stick with the plan.

Food Allergies

Noom’s subscription does not include allergies-sensitive plans, although the app does ask whether you have any allergies or not. Noom asks you to specify whether you suffer from any illnesses, or have any allergies, to better estimate your weight loss cycle.

However, Noom’s approach to meal planning is quite broad. You’ll be given a list of foods in the green, yellow, and red categories, and can mix and match at your leisure, provided you stay within your allowed calorie intake.

So, you can actively avoid any foods that you’re allergic to.

Final Word

Noom is an established weight loss and wellness app with its share of happy customers that have met their lifestyle goals. However, while it wouldn’t be fair to flag Noom as a traditional ‘calorie-counting’ app, its categorisation of foods and approach to meal planning does rely on caloric intake.

Calorie counting is a controversial subject, and some users may not find Noom ideal for meeting their wellness goals. But, the application’s free trial gives you a risk-free opportunity to give it a go. It’s also important to note that Noom doesn’t leave you without guidance, unlike dedicated calorie-counting apps. Each user is assigned a dedicated personal coach to help you achieve your goals.

On the whole, Noom is an easy-to-use, sophisticated app and its weight loss program is backed by a team of health experts. But it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, so it’s important to consider your preferences before committing to it.

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