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Body Care Slimming Centre Delhi

Beauty redefined

Beauty redefined With over 10 millions customers served, the VLCC Group manages the largest chain of slimming, beauty and fitness centres in South Asia and the Middle East. On graduating from Delhi University, Vandana Luthra pursued higher education in nutrition and

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India failing to tackle 'massive TB crisis': expert

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee is now Bharat's 'ratna': In a break of tradition ...

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Losing It: The internet has something for everyone struggling with weight and body image issues

In July last year, Vibhor Attreya planned a trip to Amsterdam with his friends. But one thing weighed on the 32-year-old doctor’s mind. “I was 8 kg overweight. All my friends were fit and I didn’t want to stand out as the fat one,” says Attreya, who weighed 87 kg then.

He hit the gym with renewed vigour, but also began to trawl the internet for tips to lose weight. “That is when I came across the keto diet. I read a lot about it on discussion forums, on Facebook . All reports said ketosis was a swift way to transform your body. I had to do it,” says Attreya.

The keto diet is a high-fat and protein diet, and involves the intake of minimal amounts of carbohydrate, which forces the body to burn up fats. It was used, originally, to treat epileptic children. Attreya opted for “extreme keto”, which meant consuming less than 20 gm of carbohydrates a month. “I was only living on fats and protein. So there was a lot of cheese, ghee, butter, seeds and nuts,” he says.