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The first time I heard an ad for Noom—the so-called “anti-diet” weight-loss app—I was carrying more than a few extra post-anorexia pounds. The other things I carried far outweighed the weight gain: namely, a functioning brain and a fuller outlook on life and my self-worth. Still, I wasn’t exactly at peace with my body, and Noom caught my attention. If I was “sick of dieting,” the ad told me, then Noom was for me.

It was with this history of disordered eating and my current state of skepticism that I recently tried a two-week free trial of Noom (if I had forgotten to cancel my subscription, I would have been charged $59 per month or $199 per year; I did not forget).

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