Did you know that with Noom, you could scan barcodes from the boxes of food that you eat? Two people have told me that they didn’t even know you could scan the barcodes to enter the food that they eat for their meals.
Yesterday I was talking with someone on Facebook and she told me that she had no idea, so I took a screenshot like the one on the left in the image above, and told her to look at the buttons below “Add Food Item” that say Dial, Scan and Saved. I told her that all she has to do is click Scan and the image to the right will come up. It scans the barcode and this was the result of the barcode you see in the picture. “Weight Watchers Smart Ones Classic Favorites Three Cheese Ziti Marinara” for 300 calories.
I have known about it since I first started using Noom because the scan button is in plain sight, so it was a no brainer to me. That’s not meant as an insult by the way, I just see things more than most do. I am very visual, I look at everything. Have you seen the show The Mentalist? I’m like that guy, I look at everything.
Did you also know that you could save your meals too? When you enter certain items like for example, if you are making a peanut butter and jelly (or jam) sandwich, you scan the bread, the jar of peanut butter and the jar of jelly or jam, but you don’t want to have to do that every time you eat a sandwich, so after you enter all the information, click “Add to Saved Meals” at the bottom and type PB&J, so the next time you eat that, just click “Saved” at the top and find PB&J, click it and it will automatically add it for you. It’s really that easy.
So there you have it, the barcode scanner and saving meals with Noom. You’ve been looking at it everyday and you didn’t even notice it lol. I hope this helps.