Sonali Bendre has a “Healthy Conversation” about health and nutrition for Indian women !
Revital H Woman recently launched the ‘Healthy Conversations’ initiative to bring the health of Indian women in focus .This initiative aims to reach over 2 million women across 20 cities in India
Brand ambassador Sonali Bendre ,spoke at length about this unique initiative that aims to initiate a conversation about women’s health and encourage them to understand their health requirements, its impact on the health of their family and overall society.
Through the Healthy Conversations initiative, Revital H Woman will encourage women to interact with expert nutritionists to understand and address their nutritional needs. Participating women will take an online health test at <<www.revitalwoman.com>> to know their current Health Quotient. As a part of this initiative, every participant will be given a free diet chart and nutritionist consultation through an online chat.
Revital H Woman has partnered with Lybrate, a leading mobile healthcare service provider, to create a seamless experience for consumers participating in ‘Healthy Conversations’ initiative. This collaboration with Lybrate ensures that a team of professional nutritionists will be available to provide online consultation to all participants.
Speaking on the occasion of campaign launch , Sonali Bendre said, “Today women are going that extra mile to test their capabilities and abilities both professionally & personally. However, in the process they often ignore their own health. Given the hectic and active lifestyle that we all live and struggle with, it is essential to ensure that our body gets the right amount of nutrition. It’s important for every woman to desire a healthy and balanced life and I am happy that Revital H Woman has taken this initiative to bring attention to the growing nutritional gap in Indian women’s daily diet. I am delighted to be associated with this brand and the initiative and look forward to work towards making women understand and address their health needs.”