Bappaditya Chatterjee, Diptoshree Sengupta
As India’s waistline expands, the anti-obesity market grows bigger. In early days, bulky people were referred to as ‘khate peete gharke log’. They were viewed as being “healthy”. Those days are gone. With the growth of medical knowledge relating obesity to several health problems, the concepts of health and beauty have been reworked to favour leaner and fitter types. Like many developed countries such as the US, obesity has emerged as a lifestyle problem afflicting mostly...
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