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Turn fat to fab, Delhi

If wrong food and a sedentary lifestyle have messed up your health, vow to get fit with our definitive 12-week health plan

lifestyle Updated: Aug 16, 2013 18:35 IST
Hindustan Times
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Shocked and stirred by the Capital’s flagging health, we kicked off a one-of–its kind health campaign yesterday. The response is already overwhelming, as a large number of readers are joining us in our mission to turn Delhiites healthier, more energetic and happier. Businessman Tarun Dhiman, 27, says, “We have never seen something like this take place in the city before! Finally, I will be able to meet my health goals without much fuss. I am going to religiously follow HT City’s health plan.”

So, people, tell your wife not to cook her regular dishes at home, and cut down on partying and eating out, if you truly desire to turn heads at the city’s hottest parties in the coming festive season. For the next 12 weeks, our experts will tell you exactly what to eat, how much and how, and what workout routine to follow that will help you get fit. So, buckle up to get healthy in a way you have never thought of before.

Eat what’s right
Every day, our dietician and nutritionist will tell you what to have for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and in what quantity

Do it with yoga
Our yoga expert will be giving you one yoga asana to practice every day, beginning with easy-to-do yoga positions

You will get to see fun and exciting face-offs with students, corporates, RWAs, colleges and families pitted against each other, as they strive to get healthier. The winners will walk away with exciting prizes!

Get moving
If yoga is not your thing, our aerobics expert will suggest one easy and fun aerobics exercise for you to do everyday

Know fact from fiction
If the health half-truths doing the rounds leave you puzzled, our panel of experts will clear the air for you, picking up one health myth every day, and squaring it up to reality

It’s a great idea to have a focussed health campaign that will lead to a healthier lifestyle. It’s a positive step in the right direction
Dr Anupam Sibal, group medical director, Apollo Hospitals

If our body is fit and strong, we can resist all the negativities that life throws up in front of us. I support this initiative to eat healthy and work out daily
Nikolina Nikoleski, dancer

This is what Delhi needed. We have those creamy chickens, and a whole lot of spices! We do not follow a scientific diet plan, so a health campaign is very important.
Chef Sabyasachi Gorai

First Published: Aug 16, 2013 16:41 IST