Zero

A simple app to track your fasting

#3 Product of the WeekDecember 27, 2016
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Zero is a simple fasting tracker used for intermittent, circadian rhythm, and custom fasting. Choose your favorite fasting protocol and Zero will track your ongoing progress. Export your data to a spreadsheet for complete control.

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We've seen a ton of apps focused on calorie counting and diet routines but far fewer on this topic. Curious to hear from others' experience fasting for health/dietary reasons. ๐Ÿ˜Š
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@rrhoover I've been doing 20/4 or 22/2 fasts (fasting period/feeding period) pretty often, 36 hour fasts pretty much every week, and two 84 hour fasts (Monday night to Friday morning). It's been great. Clean, clear headed, and I like how my body feels not being require to process food. I'd be happy to chat more about it, as well. Let me know!
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@rrhoover fasting is super healthy, I wouldn't be surprised if it becomes one of the dietary trends in 2017 http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/08/he...
@rrhoover over 2016 I've lost (and kept off) 15 pounds (7kg) with the 5:2 diet. http://5typos.net/update-on-52-diet Over the past couple of months I've relaxed the restricted calories days a bit, and moved more to skipping breakfast and drinking a Soylent2.0 for lunch whenever I go overboard on a meal (2-3 times a week). It has worked surprisingly well. I've stayed in my 77kg/170lb "zone" with minimal pain. Excited to try the app for fun. However, one of the of the best things about fasting diets is the simplicity: very little is required to remember that you shouldn't eat for 16 hours. Still, as the owner of almost every GTD app, whatever helps you get started by implementing a new workflow is useful.
@rrhoover Well, I fast 2 times a year for 25 hours (no water no food) and I can say that the feeling after a fast is amazing. Feeling light, more energetic and more concentrated.
@rrhoover I love that there is always a different perspective, and that each new perspective can yield a new product. That said, I thought "fasting" was just another word for "sleeping." #breakfast
Don't have an iphone to try it out ๐Ÿ˜ž Does it have a religious fasting program? If yes then you are looking at a market of +1.5B people and I am just counting Muslims ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
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@sarim_haq many of the more dedicated Christian community practice as well, but I haven't found them to do it in droves, just as they believe they need to.
@timothy_joh you are right - my Catholic friend fasts twice every week but then again he is a devout.
Zero Android versions. :( #sad
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@quagliato the Android version came out today.
Quantified Fasting! The UI looks awesome
coming for android any time soon? @dburka
@dburka @technoid4u Android app is out today.