Book to help fight obesity
Dubai:, November 26, 2007
VLCC, one of the region’s top slimming, beauty and preventive healthcare brands, has unveiled a book on obesity.
Titled “A New Life”, the book is a compilation of 10 case studies involving real situations where people in the UAE overcame obesity with the help of VLCC, the company said in a statement.
UAE Health Minister Humaid Mohammed Al Qutami released the book in the presence of VLCC Group Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Luthra and other dignitaries, the company said.
The book release, which was a part of series of events to commemorate Anti-Obesity Day in the UAE, ended with a musical performance by Grammy Award winner Pandit Vishwamohan Bhatt.
The patrons featured in the book shared their experiences and recount their successful battle against obesity, according to the statement.
“We are grateful to the support and guidance of the honorable UAE Minister of Health His Excellency Humaid Mohammed Al Qutami and the ministry to our campaign against obesity. The book is dedicated to the spirit of countless individuals who have shown commitment and exercised discipline in saying ‘No To Obesity,’” said Luthra.
As a part of its Anti-Obesity Day campaign, VLCC has also offered a 50 per cent discount on all slimming and beauty packages booked till November 30. – TradeArabia News Service
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