It's mindboggling that some can't grasp "If you eat more calories than you burn, you gain weight. And if you eat fewer calories and burn more calories through physical activity, you lose weight." ( https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/weight-loss/in-depth/calories/art-20048065 ).Good for her for having quit Noom; like I said in the previous thread, weight loss programs are completely pointless at best, and a scam at worst.
You do not need anyone holding your hand to lose weight. Free calorie checkers are avaible online, and so are food blogs and huge databases filled to the brim with healthy recipes and all kinds of dieting tips (how to make zoodles/cauliflower rice, turn frozen fruit into "nice cream" etc.) Wasting a hundred bucks a month or however much these programs cost just to get a tiny bit of moral support (from a cold unfeeling robot?) is not worth it.
So far so good.
It's just a shame that Amber always "does what works for her" instead of the one thing that works for everybody else and has a pretty much guaranteed success rate (unless you cheat or are too dumb for elementary school math): Counting and restricting calories. Rule number one of any successful diet is start making your own food. You cannot count calories if you do not even know which ingredients a dish is made with. But we all know how she feels about cooking. She'll just keep on ordering takeout and bulk up until her stitches burst.
It's a pity there's no info available on the internet, oh wait...