Hey Delhi, get healthy
Are you a multitasking corporate executive who survives on junk and cola and are out of breath everytime you take the stairs? Or a frenzied, fried-food loving super mom, perennially fighting high blood pressure and blood sugar?lifestyle Updated: Aug 16, 2013 13:49 IST
Are you a multitasking corporate executive who survives on junk and cola and are out of breath everytime you take the stairs? Or a frenzied, fried-food loving super mom, perennially fighting high blood pressure and blood sugar? Do you dream of fitting yourself into that LBD before every New Year eve party, and end up getting frustrated with your ever-expanding muffin top? If your crazy lifestyle is gnawing at your health and you’ve got tired of wasting money on gyms and dieticians, here’s your chance of a lifetime.
It’s time you freed yourself from all those crash diets, expensive food supplements and mindless workouts, and transformed into a fitter and better you. And what better day to do so than Independence Day? Starting today, we are launching a health movement which will bring Delhi together like never before, and help people of all age groups, shapes and sizes become healthier and fitter, all in the next three months! Over the next 12 weeks, hold our hand to know what to eat — daily! And we will make sure you transform into a fitter, healthier person at the end of these three months.
Joining us are eminent celebs who can’t wait to take the health pledge. “It is heartening to know about the launch of this campaign. It is timely and will go a long way in creating awareness about fitness and good health. I wish success to HT City,” says Sheila Dikshit, chief minister, Delhi.
It’s great that HT City is encouraging Delhi to live healthy. I am so excited!
Rina Dhaka, fashion designer
I congratulate HT City for launching such a wonderful health initiative
Malvinder Singh, industrialist
A healthy body is the key to healthy thoughts and healthy life. I wish HT City all the best for the initiative
Sonalika Sahay, model
Health is wealth and wealth is health. I whole-heartedly support this campaign
Kanchan Chander, artist