Fasting is not new. People have been practicing it long before technology and the internet. According to information available on Harvard Medical School blog, studies have proven that intermittent fasting is safe and also very effective. Recently, Novak Djokovic, tennis number one and one of the best-conditioned athletes in the world, revealed that he has been on 16:8 for over a year now. 16:8 is the most common method of intermittent fasting where you eat normally within the 8-hour window and fast in the next 16 hours. Although there are plenty of approaches in this type of diet, 16:8 is the most effective of all.

While some are fine with listing down the time and hours of their fasting on a sheet of paper, most people who undergo intermittent fasting seem to find technology as the best assistant to their fitness journey. Now that different mobile applications are bumping up, there is no reason why apps for intermittent fasting would not be preferred for a more effective journey. If you are one of those who are looking to integrate technology into your intermittent fasting, here are the applications that are worthy to download.


There are many ways to do intermittent fasting. There are those who do 5:2 and 16:8. 5:2 fasting is when you eat normally for 5 days and just consume a couple of calories for 2 days, for example, 500 calories in a day for 2 days. 16:8, on the one hand, is eating normally for 8 hours and fasting for the next 16 hours. If you are someone who likes to try different types of intermittent fasting, FastHabit is ideal for you. This mobile application supports those who change their fasting goals from time to time in order to keep up with their schedules. Using this app, you can alternate 5:2 and 16:8 or even create your own schedule of changing your fasting journey.


Vora focuses on giving you the best support community virtually. If you lack confidence and support, which is the reason why a lot of people are losing their balance when doing intermittent fasting, this application is the best for you. In terms of fasting, this application has a standard tracking system that allows you to keep up with your daily intermittent fasting schedule. What makes Vora unique is community support.


There are plenty of people who are lost in diet planning. As much as they want to continue their intermittent fasting, they couldn’t do so, not because they lack courage or confidence, but because they don’t know how to create the right meals for themselves. BodyFast is a good application if you want to learn more about meal-planning. For instance, this application can give you around 10 different options if you want to specifically add a keto diet in your intermittent fasting. Tons of advice, coaching, and meal planning are ready once you download the application.


Some people are fond of taking notes while they are fasting to get a good view of their progress. If you are one of them, Fastient is a good application to start with because it allows you to jot down your progress within the app. It can help you track your fasting time and monitor your diet as well. You can keep a record of your food intake, maintain tabs of your progress, and even make your own journal while you are enjoying your intermittent fasting journey.


Zero is as simple as an intermittent fasting reminder. It has no complications, just an app that you can use to remind you of your fasting time for more consistency. This application allows you to customize your intermittent fasting plans. It works for whatever fasting plans you have. There are also pre-sets that you can try using if you are not in the mood to create your own set.

Ate Food Diary

This is an interesting application as it is friendlier to people who are under intermittent fasting. As a unique feature, Ate Food Diary is like social media that permits you to add photos in your intermittent fasting journal. You can take pictures of the food you ate during your normal days and track your fasting time on other days.

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