• Jonno White

3 Apps to Invest in Your Health

Updated: Apr 7

Here are 3 apps I recommend to invest in your health.

1. Fastic

I’m a big fan of intermittent fasting. It’s incredible how it affects the body.

Fastic is gold because it tells you exactly what’s happening in your body at each stage of intermittent fasting.

2. Couch to 10K

Are you keen to get back into running like me but your intentions and reality tend to miles apart?

This app is like having a coach who tells you what to do next. It’s great as well because you tell it at the end of every run how are you feeling, was it a good run? Was it too challenging? Was it too easy? The app then optimizes your plan based on each run. Some personal trainers wouldn’t even do that for you! So using this app makes it much more achievable to hit the road again and to, literally for some of us, move from the couch back to 5 km or even 10 km.

3. Calory

For me, ‘what gets measured gets managed’ is true when it comes to food.

Do I adore ice cream? Yes. Do I have sneaky thirds of cake when socially appropriate? Yes.

As a result, it’s helpful for me to know exactly how many calories I’m consuming. This app makes it simple and is educational. I have a good sense of how many calories are in different meals now which is helpful.

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