I’m really hoping that introducing Noom into my life at a crucial time, I can nudge my health goals in the direction I want. I’m always striving to better that aspect of my life. This time, I want to do it differently than my typical -got to loose weight now- instincts. Noom is designed to help you change your habits with psychology.
With the exception of the rigorous phases of my military career and a few short lived, but serious diets, I’ve always been one of those “a little chubby” girls. Now that I’ve reached that peek of 40, I’ve noticed a serious decline of stamina, flexibility and the manageable way of keeping the weight at bay. I eat fairly decent, but I do not typically count calories or do intensive exercises. Mostly, I’m not consistent.
I’ve read and researched weightloss for years and am now blue in the face and exhausted. There’s too many aspects that make us ‘fat’. However one recurring theme that I’ve learned and see in myself, is the fact that I’ve been on so many restrictive diets, that I’ve damaged my metabolism, and insulin resistance. The biggest factor of the tube around my waist is level of stress and mindless eating that often feels untamable.
Noom so far, is different. The calorie counter is similar to others, but the whole approach is like none other than I’ve tried before. My habits are becoming more mindful, but in a more positive approach.
The holidays really set me back, but I’m not giving up without a fight. I walk my dog much further than usual, I’ve been doing yoga again after 10 years! I’ve been counting calories and am in the thick of trying to lower them more slowly with nutritious food.
I’m excited to see how it goes for the next few months and am hoping I can change these bad habits into sustainable methods of a new healthy lifestyle. #Noombie
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