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Have you shared a photo of your lunch on Instagram today? Whether your feed features artful acai bowls or cauliflower crust pizzas, social media has played a big role in how millennials look at food — literally. The rise of #foodporn and #foodstagram signals a bigger shift in how we think about what we eat.
If you’re looking for a wellness app as personalized as your Instagram feed, Noom combines AI with personal coaching to offer a new kind of wellness app. Check out Noom, but first, some food trends that are feeding our social feeds as much as our stomachs:
Who doesn’t love looking at a colorful smoothie bowl topped with chia seeds? Even better is eating one. Millennials have embraced the concept of eating the rainbow, thanks in part to the rise of fast casual salad purveyors that have us all craving veggie toppers like beets, pumpkin seeds, and sweet potatoes.
The new fast food
Speaking of those salad chains, millennials have flipped the concept of fast food on its head. Today’s fast food options can be healthy, inexpensive, and nutrient-rich.
Real food reigns
Unlike deprivation diets of the 80s and 90s that were fueled by nonfat and artificial sweeteners, health culture today emphasizes eating real food. Noom eliminates the idea of “bad foods” and fosters healthy eating habits.
Trying new flavors
Vegan curious? Avo-toast aficionado? Designed to be versatile, Noom is a highly personalized wellness program that offers support when you need it, as well as a digital recipe library with than 426,000 foods and counting!
Learn more about how Noom can make healthy choices as simple as scrolling through your (delicious-looking) feed here.