Noom Diet


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This diet type categorizes foods by their calorie density using a color system: green (low-density), yellow (medium-density), and red (high-density).

The main goal of the Noom diet is to consume more green foods, moderate amounts of yellow foods, and fewer red foods.


  • Psychology-based Curriculum: Noom emphasizes the psychological aspects of weight loss.

Food Color System:

  • Green Foods: These are foods with the lowest calorie density and highest nutrient content, such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
  • Yellow Foods: These are foods that are more calorie-dense but can still be part of a healthy diet in moderation, like lean proteins, dairy, and legumes.
  • Red Foods: These have the highest calorie density and are foods that Noom suggests you should limit.

This includes things like desserts, fried foods, and processed meats. Importantly, Noom doesn’t label these foods as “bad”; the idea is to consume them less frequently or in smaller quantities.

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5 reviews for Noom Diet
  1. Finley Jordan

    The Noom diet has been a game-changer for me. It offers a balanced approach to weight loss, focusing on psychological triggers and sustainable eating habits. The progress has been steady and feels maintainable.

  2. Micah Taylor

    Noom has revolutionized the way I view food and dieting. It’s not just about losing weight but about building healthier habits for life. The personalized coaching and group support have been invaluable.

  3. Avery Quinn

    Noom has been a helpful tool in understanding my eating behaviors and making healthier choices. The support from coaches and the community is great, though I wish the food database was more extensive.

  4. Skylar Reed

    I appreciate Noom’s focus on long-term lifestyle changes rather than drastic dieting. It’s been effective in slowly but surely losing weight, even if progress feels slow at times.

  5. Jordan Ellis

    Noom’s approach to psychological habits is insightful, but I found the daily logging and food color system a bit tedious over time. It’s more about changing mindset than quick results.

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