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What apps / sites do you use to stay healthy?

Interested in what apps are used to stay healthy, mindful, and fit.
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    Gyroscope

    A new OS for the human body

    Kevin Lou6Founder, Anytable 🍜 · Written
    It's almost unfair how beautiful the UI is; I love, love, love this app for tracking my life.
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    Alex AndrewsMarketing Manager · Written
    Brings a lot of your health data together. I use it for my running, steps, weight, heart rate and sleep.
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    Tracy MarshallConnecting One Dot at A Time · Written
    Gyroscope captures every metric of your physical performance you can imagine and the presents it in a beautiful and motivational format. Not only that, you're able to engage in friendly competition with others on the number of steps per day.
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    • James HicksFounder, HicksNewMedia

      Great team working on a great platform.

      UI and relevance of data is front of mind with the team - which is a good thing.

      I've been a pro user since day 1 and truly recommend the platform

    • Jonathan KnegtelBuilding blockdata.tech

      It is nice app to see simple overviews of how much time you have spent Online, movement and places but you need to use those apps.

  2. ᴊᴜʟɪᴇɴ.Tech enthusiast, future obsessed. · Written
    Apple Watch and Activity on watchOS/iOS with it's smart move goal, notifications and achievements trophies keep me motivated through the day, always trying to close my rings! ⌚️🏃🏻
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    Calm

    Take a break and meditate.

    Aidha ShaikhSoftware Product Manager · Written
    I really enjoy the variety of meditations (short/long/type of outcome) and the visuals / music that you can have accompanying you during the meditation. Also has streaks :)
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    • Tech KTDevelopers Reach me for a product review

      After hours of watching this Laptop screen, a better treatment to mind and soul is required.

      And with Calm I enjoy this peace of mind.

    • Liz FunkFounder of And We Evolve

      I love Calm. I've always struggled to adopt a steady meditation practice, but Calm makes it easy to form the habit!

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    MyFitnessPal

    Free Calorie Counter , diet and excercise journal.

    Paul ShapiroDirector of Strategy & Innovation · Written
    Best, multi-platform calorie counting app. Food database/barcode database is huge. Large user base.
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    Streaks

    The to-do list that helps you form good habits.

    Leslie PostonMaking: buoyup.org · Written
    Again, this helps with habit stacking. It encourages me to get up on time, work out, read, meditate, etc.
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    Strong

    Simple workout tracker and fitness log

    A simple, no-nonsense workout tracker. Define your workout regimen, add your weight/reps and you're done.
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    Lowest friction weightlifting logger I've found.
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    Zero

    A simple app to track your fasting

    Leslie PostonMaking: buoyup.org · Written
    It helps to ensure I'm fasting for at least 13 hours a day, and building a "streak" out of this good habit. Super easy to use, too!
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    Headspace 2.0

    Meditation made simple in just 10 minutes a day

    Julien BilgerProduct Manager ✌️ · Written
    Had problems to pick up the habit of meditating. Headspace helped me do so!
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    • Brona Molnarovait's only impossible until it's done

      This is the first and only app I pay for :D Sometimes it can feel like a chore to do stuff that is good for you and this app takes that away for me. I teaches you gently and pleasantly and Ive been able to stick to it and understand more about how minds work. It helped me stop biting my nails.

    • Mayank SharmaTechnical Architect @ Ntalents.ai

      Great product to get focus in a world of noise

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    Meditation Studio

    Curated collections of guided meditations

    I started using Meditation Studio about a month ago and have been pleased with it so far. They have audio guides that talk you through different topics that focus on uncovering happiness, overcoming bad moods, mindfulness, self-compassion, and a couple more.
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  10. Kunal Bhatia50Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    I find the content on Furthermore to be generally informative and very helpful in all areas–health, fitness, and mindfulness. I also subscribe to their newsletter (and I generally avoid these types of non-work related newsletters). Check it out!
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  11. Jake MorCofounder, CTO at MajorityRules · Written
    Selfish plug lol I made it. But seriously, its the simplest and quickest way to track your lifting– hands down. Faster than pen and paper. That's why 20,000 serious weightlifters use it today !!!
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  12. joshua bradleyCelebrating people, making life better. · Written
    Good for tracking nutrition and exercise data. Connects with HealthKit/Google Fit and pulls in exercise data, add weight, see micro/macronutrients
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    Jonathan DavesStanford GSB: Innovation, WRT Ventures · Written
    Most complete app to track macronutrients, micronutrients, and other biometrics. UX leaves a little to be desired but the data tracking and functionality is solid.
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    Lifesum

    Lifestyle tracker and calorie counter

    Jennifer ChiuSocial Media Marketing at TrustedSite · Written
    I just want to point out that I do use a fitbit but I don't use their calorie/food tracker because the scanner doesn't recognize most of the products i scan. with lifesum it does.
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    Rainbro MichaelFull stack engineer · Written
    Outstanding
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    • Julie DelanoyDesign at Product Hunt

      I've been using Lifesum for almost 3 years now. Love it. Clearly been helping me with weight loss at the beginning and maintenance now. I highly recommend it. Extra point for that veggie tracker with the cutest broccoli ever. 🥦

    • I just started using Lifesum on a daily basis and I must admit that its friendly tips and nice design really help to stay focused on your goals. Lifesum offers some tests and can suggest you a diet, daily calories limit based on your parameters and goals. Lifesum helped me to switch from tea to water very fast because this made my stats look nicer :)

  14. Paul ShapiroDirector of Strategy & Innovation · Written
    Found the fewest number of frustrations among all the strength training apps I've tried. It has a huge catalog of exercises and explanatory videos about to do them. The social element is also nice.
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    Whatsinit?

    Know your food in 12 words or less

    Temi AlanamuCo-founder at Whatsinit? · Written
    Temi Alanamu made this product
    From a single picture Whatsinit? Lists all ingredients in your food, all colour-coded by safety with short descriptions of never more than 12 words. Have only one ingredient you wanna check, then type it or use the voice function. Have an allergy? No p. Simply add it to your aid list and avoid it for ever! It's the ultimate health app.
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  16. Social Fitness app based on the science of "60-second fitness. Get fit quick by challenging friends and workout buddies to core exercises and share results and collect points.
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    Instant 5.0

    Personal analytics, now with a new dashboard & goals

    Shashwat PradhanCEO/Founder @emberify · Written
    Shashwat Pradhan made this product
    You can use it to automatically track your walking, running, cycling and sleep. With weekly reports and Fitbit, Apple Health, Google Fit & S Health integration (optional).
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  18. Anton Stenantonsten.com · Written
    Just found this the other week, really liking the short, intense workouts so far. Great variety.
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    Cyrille Najjarwww.sensioair.com · Written
    My wife Love this!
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  19. Vikas BorkarProduct Manager, Plash Digital Media · Written
    Didn't find any other app that has full data and calorie counter for every Indian food. HealthyfyMe includes: - Calorie counter for almost every type of food, including Indian and for exercises, water, weight, and steps etc And - 24x7 Coach Personal Coach - Group Coaching - Diet, Fitness and Yoga Plans
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    Youper

    Your AI assistant for emotional health

    Diego DottaYour own AI Therapist (YOUPER.CO) · Written
    Diego Dotta made this product
    Youper uses AI to personalize different techniques to your needs, so you can have your own routine to feel your best by dedicating just a few minutes a da
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    • Felipe de AraujoFull Stack Developer

      Sometimes, when I feel like I need to understand better my emotions, I use the conversation tool inside the app. In few minutes, it helps me to feel that I have a better understand of the situation and I am in control of my feelings.

    • I've been using Youper for little therapy chats throughout the day. It's been a quick and efficient little helper. The chats are natural and encouraging, and great design and performance make it easier for me to keep coming back. Great work. Keep it up.