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Saffola Gold Oil

Healthy Lifestyle.
Healthy Heart

Are you pushing for a healthy lifestyle even amongst the hustles of the modern day lifestyle? Today our food habits, stress & activity level affect both our health & heart. But health can also be a part of your life – when you find your own way of being healthy. Choose Saffola Gold which partners your journey for a healthy lifestyle so that you have a healthy heart.

Maintain a healthy lifestyle with Saffola Gold

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Saffola Gold takes care of you and your family
by bringing together the benefits of
natural Antioxidant, MUFA, PUFA and Vitamins A and D,

thus partnering your efforts to have a healthy lifestyle.

Saffola Gold Oil for health
Best Oil for Health

Know the Benefits Of the oil

Helps Reduce Bad Cholesterol

High levels of bad cholesterol is known to increase the risk of heart disease. Saffola Gold with its MUFA & PUFA balance and goodness of natural antioxidant helps lower bad cholesterol*.

Losorb Technology

Saffola Gold has Losorb Technology which ensures upto 20% less oil absorption^ in food, as compared to other leading cooking oils.

Benefit of 2 oils

For complete nutrition a single oil is not enough. Saffola Gold's premium blend gives you a convenient way of getting the goodness of two oils in one*.

Vitamin A

The Oil fortified with Vitamin A (Retinol) and Vitamin D2
helps to maintain your immune system3 and contributes to the normal absorption of calcium and phosphorus, which is important for bone health.4

Power of Antioxidants

Free radicals are produced due to irregular eating, unhealthy lifestyle and even factors like pollution. These free radicals cause cell damage.
Saffola Gold's premium blend contains the power of natural anti-oxidant that helps reduce free radicals and thus helps keep your heart healthy.



Staying active, being happy and improving your eating habits can improve your heart health by 50%*.

The Power Of Antioxidants

Free radicals are produced due to unhealthy eating, pollution etc which cause cell damage. Do you know what helps fight cell damage? It’s the right choice of fruits, vegetables and oils that are rich in antioxidants.5

Skipping Meals? Not a good idea!

Do you skip breakfast? Well, that may not be the best thing to do! Research shows that our healthiest food choices are made during breakfast, which helps refuel the depleted energy. So, always say yes to breakfast!1

Breakfast- It Better Be Wholesome

Breakfast be like a King! Because you can make it rich by including whole grains like oats with milk and fruits, low-fat protein like hard-boiled eggs, low-fat dairy like skimmed milk, low fat yogurt, lassi and fresh fruits and vegetables 2

Balance It Well

Always remember, a well-balanced diet is the foundation to a healthy heart. From breakfast to dinner, it is important that we make healthy choices of food to include carbs, protein and vitamins.3,4

Find an exercise that you like

Exercise doesn’t always have to be a heavy physical activity. Walk in your home, play with your kids or just take a walk with a friend. Whatever you opt for, ensure that you give up on that sedentary lifestyle!

Active Family

Get your friends and family to join you for activities. Your exercise routine will not just be more fun, but also give you constant motivation!

Dance Like No One’s Watching

If you are fond of shaking a leg, you are in luck! Dancing burns close to 372 calories per hour9 which has a beneficial effect on heart health as well.

Active at Work

Stand sometimes in meetings, take a break every 2 hours, stretch your muscles while you work. Simply standing burns almost twice the calories as sitting!

Laughter Is The Best Medicine

Laughter releases endorphins6 that fight against stress hormones. So whether you’re checking out a funny cat video, watching your favorite comedy movie, or just cracking jokes with friends, you will be laughing your way to a healthy heart.

Be Happy, Be Healthy

Being happy can lead to reduction in stress and control blood pressure and strengthen our hearts. It also helps you combat the physical effects of stress like minor body aches such as head ache, trouble in sleeping and getting irritated easily!7.

For the love of Music

Listening to music releases endorphins. So fight stress with music and make it an integral part of your life8. What’s best is that you don’t need to take time out separately for it, because you can make it a part of your routine- whether it is your daily commute or while you are cooking in the kitchen.

Pursue a hobby

Explore your hobbies and find what you like. Doing an activity which you like helps boost your mood by releasing endorphins – our body’s own natural feel-good hormone.


  • 1    Grocer Breakfast - August 2010 (Kantar World panel tot 52 w/e December 2009)
  • 2    Kosti RI, Panagiotakos DB, Zampelas A. Ready-to-eat cereals and the burden of obesity in the context of their nutritional contribution: are all ready-to-eat cereals equally healthy?
  • 3.4    A systematic Review. Nutr Res Rev. 2010; 23(2): 314-322.
  • 3.4    Nutrient requirements and Recommended Dietary Allowances for Indians. National Institute of Nutrition, 2010.
  • 5    http://nccam.nih.gov/sites/nccam.nih.gov/files/Get_The_Facts_Antioxidants_and_Health_12-27-2012.pdf
  •    Krause et al, Food and the Nutrition Care Process
  • 6    National Institute of Nutrition.
  •    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4179700/pdf/fpsyg-05-01096.pdf
  •    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22894892
  • 7    http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/HealthyLiving/Humor-helps-your-heart-How_UCM_447039_Article.jsp#.V5Cp9Lh97IU
  • 8    http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/GettingHealthy/StressManagement/HowDoesStressAffectYou/How-Does-Stress-Affect-You_UCM_307985_Article.jsp
  •    https://www.mcgill.ca/newsroom/channels/news/musical-chills-why-they-give-us-thrills-170538
  • 9    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14681158
  •    Dietary Guidelines for Indians, NIN
  •    * Source: www.world-heart-federation.org


  • * Based on published independent randomized, controlled, double blind clinical study
  • * National Institute of Nutrition, 2010
  • * Under frying conditions
  • * Refers to natural antioxidants