Over the last few months, I’ve been experimenting with intermittent fasting and was pleasantly surprised by an app called FastHabit. If you’re unfamiliar with intermittent fasting or time-restricted eating as some call it, it’s the practice of eating all your meals within a specific time frame. For example, one of the most popular windows is the 16/8 fast, meaning you fast for 16 hours and only eat during an 8-hour window. There are many different variations to this program; this is just one.
FastHabit is a must have for anyone fasting. The app is easy to use, looks good and loads fast. FastHabit is FREE, and they do offer a premium version for only $2.99 that is worth every penny. Below is a screen shot from my personal account.
Listed below is a brief description of everything FastHabit has to offer.
FastHabit helps you start and stay consistent with Intermittent Fasting. Set your fast length, log daily, and use advanced features like reminders, calendar views, data export, and multi-day fasting to track your progress and accelerate your results.
Log your fasts:
– Choose how many hours you want to fast
– Get started and track your progress- See percent complete, time remaining, and target end time
– Stop or restart your fast at any time
– Reset your fast start during or at the end of your fast
– Manually add and edit fasts
See stats and progress:
– 10-day Snapshot with ‘streaks’ to show how many days in a row you’ve fasted and how many days you’ve met your goals – a great way to stay motivated.
Notification and Reminders
– Set Reminders to start your fast
– Get a Notification when your fast is complete
Enhanced Progress Tracking
– Weekly views with daily details
– Elegant calendar view
Other great features
– Enhanced support for multi-day fasts
– Export your data
I can honestly say I’ve been 100% satisfied with my purchase and have no monetary affiliation with the FastHabit. If you’re looking to try intermittent fasting, I recommend you give this app a try.
From the backwoods of Michigan, Thomas Dishaw is writer and health hacker. Thomas currently resides outside Philadelphia with his wife and dog. You can support Thomas' work by making a donation below or following him on Instagram. You can reach Thomas via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.