Doctor Fact-Checks POPULAR Weight Loss Tips | Noom Review

Doctor Fact-Checks POPULAR Weight Loss Tips | Noom Review


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There sure are a LOT of weight management tips across the internet, and after my research it appears finding the facts from trustworthy sources is harder than it seems. Heck, I’m a doctor and had trouble verifying a lot of this stuff, so how is someone without a medical degree supposed to find accurate and safe info? Today I’m taking a look at some popular weight loss tips around the internet to tell you what’s real and and what’s not.

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5 thoughts on “Doctor Fact-Checks POPULAR Weight Loss Tips | Noom Review

  1. I don’t usually comment but I figured I should since I’ve lost quite a bit of weight.
    I’ve lost 130+ lbs in 2 years (+ because I’m still working on it) My top 3 recommendations for anyone trying to do the same would be
    3– Increase your activity– if you have a large goal and wish to lose a lot of weight HIIT training will not be a viable option until you can actually start to do some exercise properly. You don’t necessarily need to go to the gym either. You just need to push yourself a little more than you did the week before. This shouldn’t be a race.
    2– have a diet journal– write down what you eat, don’t lie to yourself and if you have access to a nutritionist you’ll know why you should do this. You should be eating bigger breakfasts than lunch and a bigger lunch than supper. Another little tip is to always have a glass of water/water bottle in reach. drinking 400ml at a time is unhealthy and usually not easy. A little sip every so often during the day will help you consume your daily water intake and not feel like you need to force it.
    1– DON’T DRINK YOUR CALORIES! Exercise, I think, is most important but I can’t argue that the easiest change to my lifestyle that I think I made was to drink fewer calories. Depending on what you drink and how much you drink (pop, wine, beer, juice, etc basically anything that has sugar or calories.) reducing or cutting these things out of your diet will be a huge benefit to reaching your goal.

    I’ve had success and I’m sharing this in hopes that it helps one of you.
    Love your vids Dr. Mike and thx for confronting this target. Going through this journey I’ve realized that there is a lot of misinformation online to try and make people pay to lose weight and I find it appalling.

  2. to lose weight, you don’t have to just eat a salad every meal!!! you can still eat the things you love, just learn how to eat smarter. For ex, smaller portions!!

  3. Since Noom is a weight loss app (and more, I get it), it feels weird to see Dr. Mike reviewing weight loss tips without saying whether the tips are from Noom, or how they tie in to Noom. Like, how objective can you be about an app that’s sponsoring you, when you’re reviewing what the app does? Having said that, I still appreciated hearing the tips.

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