Why run after the west when we already have the best?
Join Shilpa Shetty and luke coutinho as they tell you just how nutritious your locally grown and sourced ingredients are and that there’s no need to look beyond borders
To tailor the perfect diet. The book touches upon various food categories and not only tells you how to take care of your nutritional intake but also how to burn fat in the process. The combined experience of a professional nutritionist and an uber-fit celebrity who lives by the diet will open your eyes to why Indian food is the best in the world.
Shilpa Shetty’s ‘The Great Indian Diet’ is a book that busts many prevalent Lifestyle myths and is a honest contribution in Fitness world.
Shilpa Shetty is excited about launching her book “The Great Indian Diet” in the presence of megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan.
The Great Indian Diet, Scheduled for release on Nutrition Day (November 19), the book has been co-authored by nutrition and fitness expert Luke Coutinho.
“Everybody is so weight-obsessed that they forget about focusing on health. That’s what the book brings to focus,” she added. Fit and fabulous Shilpa, who had put on several pounds after giving birth to her son Viaan, says she lost it all in just four and a half months. “It was not easy for me to lose it. I just think if I could put on weight like any other human being. I had my insecurities, that’s why I decided to write this book. Every other person used to ask me how did you lose weight,” the 40-year-old said.
“I have tried to bust pre-conceived notions about Indian food. People think Indian food is fattening and high on sodium, which is untrue. A simple dish like rajma chawal is a complete meal; it has the right amount of protein, nine amino acids; it’s equivalent to eating an egg. But people are tucking into quinoa instead,” she explains.
“I started doing yoga and started eating healthy and I lost 32 kg in four and half months. If you put your mind to it, it’s not difficult,” she added.
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