Say ‘No’ to junk food and start loving healthy food. The app uses real scientific approach to changing habits and losing weight.
Never before have we had so much delicious, affordable and high-calorie foods. We often succumb to the temptation to overeat, thus gaining weight. We should learn to control ourselves. In this game, you need to touch on the desirable food as quickly as possible and do not touch high-calorie food. High-calorie food is not necessarily bad, but it is the food we want to eat less. The goal of the game is to teach your brain to resist the temptations, to learn to do it unconsciously and automatically. All games are built on results of scientific experiments where people have successfully changed their eating habits and got rid of excess weight.
All you need is just a few days of playing 5-10 minutes a day. As Effects of the game will last for several months!
The game can help you to keep any of your diets or even replace any diet.
The app contains four games, each successfully passed scientific experiments.
• Choose high-calorie foods less often,
• Put smaller portions of high-calorie foods,
• Value it as less attractive,
• Eat less of it and as a result,
• Lose weight!
• A large set of photos with different groups of foods creates enough stimulation for learning.
• Demonstration of food in two categories - "Yes-food" and "No-food" reinforces and motivates the automatic learning of proper eating habits.
• Option to exclude the most common allergens.
• Body mass index graph: BMI is a simple way to track your progress in the game.
• Sound feedback, badges and other elements of gamification to improve your results.
Premium features allow:
• More games with different mechanics to improve effect
• Customize the groups of products as you like. If you think milk is healthy for you, so be it - move it to the Yes-food category.
• Upload your own pictures of food,
Hack: you can upload not only pictures of food, but any pictures, including motivating images, affirmations and anything else.
The game is supported with cognifica.com blog and Facebook page.
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