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(Pocket-lint) - Fitness and diet go hand in hand, so naturally, a team behind a popular running app would also want to launch a cooking app.

At a time when cooking videos are all over our social media feeds, Adidas-owned Runtastic has taken it upon itself to bring a collection of recipes it already posted to YouTube and repackage them for a new, official app called Runtasty. Like any other video recipe on social media, you get a top-down view of the steps, but Runtastic has claimed that its recipes are “dietitian-approved” and easy to prepare.

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The idea is that, with Runtastic, Runtasty should help you get your nutrition journey sorted alongside your fitness journey. There are 23 categories for meals that fit a variety of diet requirements, such as vegan, dairy-free, or low-carb recipes. The app even includes some “convenient kitchen hacks” that will teach you how to do common sous chef-like tasks including cutting onions.

And like any other recipe/cooking service, there are ways to save your favourite recipes, get nutritional facts, and whatnot. If any of this interests you, Runtasty is available now for iOS and Android users.

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Writing by Elyse Betters.