I’ve wanted to change my habit of over eating and develop self discipline. They say “when you control what you eat, you can control your world”. The app without the Fastic plus has been amazing! There were times I wanted to give up and give in to the foods when my family would eat very late at night but it seems to know when you need encouragement. So far, I’ve been drinking more water, eating more veggies, and read valuable lessons that I have applied to my life. I have very little self control when it comes to food, especially meat. Veggies and I have become good friends now especially with my digestive system. I have more self discipline than before with food! I know if my family eats late, they always try to save me some for the next day during my eating period. A big plus was that I can have a fasting buddy! My boyfriend also has food controlling problems, he tends to eat very late at night and doesn’t have a routine applied. It has helped him lose fat in some areas of his figure! And develop a great routine for him to eat. And for me too! So far I’ve lost 7 pounds in the last week. I’m not starving myself, I’m drink more water and I feel so much better than before! The different levels of fasting also help too. I started with 16/8 but when things got difficult I reduced it a beginner level fasting then build up to 16/8 and that’s where I’ll stay and won’t go further. I’ll consider Fastic Plus in the future ❤️
I’ve been intermittent fasting for about 5-6 months now, about a month before quarantine, and this app is good at what it says it will do.
As mentioned before, I’ve been fasting for a few months now, and I have very rarely broken the fast. I’m going to say only a handful of times in special situations, but it was always hard to remember the exact hours I would begin fasting. This app is great with keeping track of how long I’ve been fasting, and the feature of it alerting when the fasting is over is great as well. I don’t upgrade from the free version because honestly I just need something to help me track, and that’s exactly what this is. I’m aware I use it as a glorified stop-watch basically, but it meets all the needs I have in an app about tracking my fasting periods.
I love the way that everything on the app is easily accessible and I can flip between screens as efficiently as I need too between breaks at work and whatnot. I love the little information that is given, even if it’s super basic information. It’s great as what it advertises to do, and it doesn’t make its advertisements all about the upgraded features that a lot of people don’t like to buy into.
It’s a neat little app that is user friendly and I will be using for at least another month before I go back to college and get thrown off the routine. Keep up the good work guys!
I’ve been at a weight loss plateau for a long time now. Many months. I work out every day and track my calories and I have been doing so for most of the past 15 years. Genetically disposed to be heavy, both parents overweight and diabetic, I have to fight my body’s natural inclination every step of the way. It’s not fair but that’s life. Well, I had heard about intermittent fasting and I was doing it in a kind of half-hearted way and not seeing any results, until I got this app. It reminded me that I should not have any calories during the fast, even supplements that have calories. That did the trick! For the past two days I’ve gotten on the scale and I’ve seen a lower number every day after two months of not seeing any changes bigger than 2/10’s of a pound. I know some of that’s probably just water weight, I’ve been doing this long enough not to get too excited, but I do feel really good as well. The app is a little bit patronizing in the way that it does awards and education, but it is also easy to “digest,” (haha, little food pub there) and even though it’s patronizing it’s effective, LOL. A few more days and I will start recommending this to friends.