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This giveaway will help you finesse your fitness programme

Written by Time Out. Paid for by Noom.

Say goodbye to fad diets, for good. Noom is helping to reshape how you look at health and fitness for the better. At the heart of their regime is psychology, as they use mindfulness techniques to make long-lasting behavioural changes through carefully thought-out mental models. So no longer will you be cutting out essential food groups, scoring points or substituting meals for shakes. 

If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, you’ll be happy to know we’re giving you the chance to become a part of the Noom family, Noomily if you will. Memberships allow you to work with psychologists, health coaches, and food scientists to help you on the path to wellness. Because this isn’t just about what you eat, it’s about what you feel.

Whether you’re doing it because of reasons related to weight management, diabetes prevention or stress reduction – Noom’s scientific approach won’t make you feel like you have to adhere to strict rules. Instead, you’ll meet your goals healthily.  

So, what's up for grabs? You can win a year-long subscription to Noom’s services. This covers scientifically-proven principles, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) to help you with sustainable habits, access to effective healthcare tools and being matched with trained coaches to help guide you through the process. It all starts with a quiz, which determines whether you want to lose weight or live healthier, from there you’ll fill out a series of questions ensuring you have a personalised plan that works for you. And it’s all available to access easily on your phone, so you can always have it to hand when you need it. 

The health and wellness platform already has a global reach, with people using it to achieve long-term weight loss and healthy habits. If this makes you want to join them click below to enter the competition.

This competition has closed. Please see terms and conditions here.

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