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A foodie is one who, simply put, loves delicious food. She appreciates different tastes and flavours, is not afraid to try new dishes, and loves to share her passion for food with the people around her. But in the delectable, indulgent world of food, how can the foodie keep her fitness in check as well?

Saffola believes that health and taste are not at opposite ends of the spectrum, but in fact, can go hand in hand. Saffola Fit Foodie is our one-stop destination for all those foodies who are taking steps to stay fit through their everyday food choices. You can browse through a range of recipes that have been carefully designed, tasted and checked by Saffola's expert panel comprising foodies, chefs and nutritionists to give you the best of both health and taste.

To help you navigate through our massive collection of recipes to pick your next meal, we have created the Fit Foodie Index- a simple yet thorough key that captures all the nutritional factors that should be part of any Fit Foodie's everyday diet. You can click on the tag that you want to add into your diet, and browse all the recipes that come under that tag. Or just go on the recipe that is tempting you the most, and see the tags assigned to it to understand its nutritional content.

So go ahead, have a look around, and immerse yourself in this delightful world of Fit Foodie recipes. They are gorgeous to look at, easy to cook, and delicious to taste. And you can be sure that it won't be just your taste buds that love you for it, but your body too!

health Immunity support

Iron, Folic acid, Zinc, Vitamin C and Vitamin B 12 - all nutrients known to boost red blood cells which, in turn, enhance the body's ability to fight germs and diseases

health Bone-strengthening

Calcium, Phosphorous and Vitamin D - these nutrients act as building blocks for all-rounded bone and muscle development

health Heart-friendly

Nutrients which are good for the heart, including magnesium for regulating your heart beat, Vitamin B6 for strengthening the heart lining, Mono unsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) which help reduce 'bad' cholesterol or LDL, and Fiber which further boosts overall cholesterol management.

health Diabetes friendly

Salts Magnesium and Chromium, Vitamin B6, and Fiber, all known to help boost insulin secretion and regulate blood sugar levels

health Antioxidant rich

Vitamin A, C, E along with the nutrient lycopene- some of the best sources of antioxidants that neutralize the cell-damaging effects of free radicals that are routinely created in the body

health Protein-rich

The buildings blocks of the body that repair the regular wear and tear of muscles, this group also helps improve metabolism and prevents muscle loss

health Weight-loss pro

All about that fiber, which is not just low in fat but also has a high satiety value, keeping one full longer, and also Protein which improves metabolism and burns fat

health Low fat

Low levels of fats and invisible fats that help to reduce calories and regulate body fat

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ask our experts

If you have any queries related to any fit foodie recipe, feel free to drop in a line, our expert will reply to you at the earliest.