Delicious and Wholesome: Here's Why You Should Try Fitlicious

Delicious and Wholesome: Here's Why You Should Try Fitlicious
We at Fitlicious believe you can eat delicious indulgent food that is great for your body and we are on a mission to prove it. You don’t have to eat less for a good physique; you just have to eat right. Sourcing most of our ingredients and recipes from London, we have created delicious treats that are made with not only health goals but your taste buds in mind.

You can indulge in this guilt-free goodness which is full of crunchy nuts, nutritious seeds, loaded with proteins and good fats on the go during the morning rush-hour, between meals, post work-out to satisfy your cravings. Our ranges of products are perfect for those who want to shed a few stones and go to the gym for a fit lifestyle. The key is not to starve but to eat right.

We have been asked this question a lot, “So what is the difference between your granola and regular supermarket cereals?” And our answer is always the same, “A hell lot!” We’ve decided to pen down the differences to forever banish this confusion once and for all.

Refined sugar-free

Our brittles, granola bars and granola crafted with raw and refined sugar-free ingredients unlike most brands you see in stores, Fitlicious granola on the other hand is refined sugar-free so it's sweetened only with pure honey or pure maple syrup in moderate quantities or dried fruit such cranberries, raisins, barberries or cherries. Yum!


We make fresh batches weekly and supply them to our stockists regularly to give you the freshest start to your mornings. We don’t add any kind of preservatives to our granola and heat seal our packs. We also have a recommended best before date on our packaging.

Loaded with the good stuff

Containing Sunflower seeds, Pumpkin seeds, Flax seeds, Almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios and rolled oats means that the granola has numerous natural ingredients that your body loves and a low Glycemic Index – GI. High fibre content because of the oats helps in maintaining a healthy weight.

The good kind of ‘fats’ While most cereals market themselves as low carb but are loaded with fats which aren’t good for you, we get most of our fat content from the good stuff: nuts, seeds and cold pressed coconut oil which is prevents high cholesterol and blood pressure levels and strengthens your immune systems.

Head over to or visit of our stockists today!

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