NEW YORK – February 27, 2019 – (Newswire.com)
In the monthly Journal of Medical Internet Research published in this new study, Noom finds that behavioral changes affect the weight loss industry and have a higher calorific food database compared to other popular nutritional applications.
Analysis – "Mobile Apps for Popular Nutrition Apps: Review of the UK Method of Evaluation" – Calorie accuracy is evaluated Noom, Samsung Health, MyFitnessPal, FatSecret, and LoseIt! Contrary to the European industry standard, Dietplan6, a widely used and recognized nutrition software in the UK's food and dietitian.
Noom Saeju Jeong, CEO and founder, says an out-of-date Noom technology and proprietary database.
"If you are counting calories or trying to lose weight, your food databases will be better," said Jeong. "For this reason, Noom will continuously provide product products, resources and technologies to update our food database to our users".
Further details on the JMIR Study: Methodology and discoveries
Hugh Sinclair, Institute for Research in Human and Cardiovascular and Cardiovascular Research, University of the University of Whiteknights University, undertook 24-hour nutritional analysis among food nutrition program logs. Samsung Health, MyFitnessPal, FatSecret, Noom and Miss it! – against Dietplan6.
The discovery shows that Noom he had the highest correlation Dietplan6, compared to competitors with the most accurate food data.
According to the conclusions, researchers have found two applications, FatSecret and Miss it! Protein and sodium are often underestimated Samsung Health and MyFitnessPal They were unstable and less reliable depending on the calcium, iron, Vitamin A and C estimates. Researchers found Miss it! The application was followed by at least nutrition and dietitian with a professional standard in the UK.
The researchers hope that medical research and research will be better informed about the use of research and mobile practice health applications.
About Noom, Inc.
Noom, Inc., a leader in mobile health coaching, combines the strength of technology with the empathy of real human coaches to make a successful change in scale on the scale. At the nationwide level of healthcare coaches, Noom's consumer weight loss and mobile fitness behavior change programs have earned more than 47 million users worldwide. Noom also deals with chronic and pre-chronic conditions including the CDC Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP). The noom mobile diabetes prevention program was the first type that the CDC recognized, and the peer-reviewed journal is the only mobile-proven clinical program. Noom offers curricular spectrum resumes and programs for prevention, hypertension and diabetes management, including weight loss and diabetes prevention programs. Noom has offices in New York, Seoul, and Tokyo.
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