At Healthy Nibbles, our primary goal is to make healthy snacks more accessible - wherever you are! Our ethos is simple; help people make incremental positive changes in their lifestyle, leading to a healthier, more productive life in the future. This is why, we have chose to collaborate with Nomnom.
The goal behind Nomnom is really very simple – make it easy for people to become healthier by creating a platform where they can share their fitness journey. The founder Shan came up with the idea when dealing with his own health problems and initially began a small project to help others reach their health goals. That ‘small project’ has rapidly turned into a community of thousands of people focused on encouraging and motivating each other.
Nomnom are working on their own innovative technology with big plans to connect the whole world and make everybody healthier. Nomnom knows that setting out to create a new, healthier you is a daunting road to start on alone and wants to make it easier for you to share your journey with like-minded people. It takes just seconds on the Nomnom app to share your photos of food and fitness with others ready to respond and encourage your efforts.
“It’s literally the most supportive app I have used, people are really helpful.” - Nomnom User
As well as sharing your own journey you can take inspiration from others working towards similar goals by taking advantage of the thousands of daily uploads to the Nomnom community. From finding great content on special diets such as gluten-free and dairy-free to workouts tried and uploaded by real people there are new posts every day for our users to browse through.
The focus is on motivating and inspiring you to be better in a friendly community setting so that your health journey is the best it can be.
“It’s what anyone who likes fitness and food needs.”
You can download the app for free here http://nomnom.fitness/Download-itunes and join in!
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