If you know anything about Noom, then you may be familiar with our color system of labeling foods as green, yellow, and red.
Remember that green doesn’t mean “good” and red doesn’t mean “bad.” Rather, green foods have the lowest caloric density and contain more water to fill you up. The more you eat low caloric density foods, the fuller you’ll feel on fewer calories.
That’s Noom’s philosophy, and it’s helped people lose weight.
But have you ever been curious about just how many Noomers are logging the same green foods over and over? Spoiler alert: it’s a lot. In fact, we know the number one most logged green food by Noomers.
We love grapes, but grapes didn’t make the top spot. Not even in the top 10.
But the top logged green food by Noomers is a fruit… a portable snack that makes smoothies, oatmeal, and desserts better. It’s also just as easy to eat on its own as it is to add on top of toast or smear with peanut butter.
Can you guess what it is?
Drum roll please…
The most logged green food item by Noomers is a banana!
It was logged over 12 million times by Noomers in the last 12 months.
And it makes sense. Bananas are a green food so they fill you up, and they’re packed with potassium and high in vitamin B6. Plus, bananas are easy to find year-round (seriously, you can probably buy a banana at your local gas station or coffee shop right now) and even easier to eat—just peel and enjoy!
Curious about the other top green foods logged by Noomers? Check out the top 10 most logged green foods below:
- Baby spinach
- Cherry tomatoes
To learn more about how green foods can help with your weight loss goals, take our quiz.