For a healthy woman
Revital H Woman launched a nation-wide ‘Healthy Conversations’ initiative to bring Indian women in focus. This initiative aims to reach over two million women in the country.
Revital H Woman launched a nation-wide ‘Healthy Conversations’ initiative to bring Indian women in focus. This initiative aims to reach over two million women in the country. The initiative was announced by Sun Pharma’s Global Consumer Healthcare on Wednesday. The campaign will reach out to women across 20 cities in India. As part of this, the company created a digital platform for the cause.
In today’s India, women juggle between multiple responsibilities. Often they end up ignoring their own health while taking care of their loved ones and fulfilling professional commitments. Importantly, most of them don’t realise that they are at risk as they are not leading a healthy lifestyle.
Through the initiative, Revital H Woman will encourage women to interact with expert nutritionists to understand and address their nutritional needs. Every participant can avail a free diet chart and nutritionist consultation through an online chat. Revital H Woman has partnered with Lybrate, an online doctor consultation platform, to create a seamless experience for consumers participating in ‘Healthy Conversations’ initiative.
Speaking at the launch Subodh Marwah, Business Head, Global Consumer Healthcare, Sun Pharma said, “Women’s health is an ignored subject in this country. Women play the most important role in shaping the health of family and society. In a single day women balance both household and work related responsibilities with utmost efficiency which often leaves them tired and fatigued and certainly leaves no time for them to take care of their health needs.”
Bollywood actress and brand ambassador of the campaign, Sonali Bendre said, “Today women are going that extra mile to test their capabilities and abilities both professionally and personally. However, in the process they often ignore their own health. It’s important for every woman to desire a healthy and balanced life.”