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Talwalkars Better Value Fitness Limited., more popularly known as Talwalkars, is India's largest chain of gyms, health clubs & spas. It has more than 115 ultra-modern branches across 60 cities of India with over 1,30,000 members.

A healthy body is the perfect complement to a brilliant mind. Building a strong masculine physique or a graceful feminine figure, Talwalkars has been spreading fitness since 1932 across India. A team of qualified fitness instructors, medical specialists, and the latest international equipment synergise to give you the best fitness experience in the country.

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  • Dietary Tips to Lower CholesterolCholesterol is essential for the formation of bile acids, sex hormones, adrenal steroids and vitamins.Don’t panic if you’ve been diagnosed with high cholesterol. Use these dietary tips and tricks toreduce your cholesterol and get back on track.AVOID FOODS  Whole milk, cream, and ice cream.  Butter, egg yolks, and cheese and foods made with them.  High fat processed meats, such as sausage, salami.  Baked goods made with egg yolks and saturated fats, trans fatty acids.  Saturated fats, including coconut oil, palm oil, and palm kernel oil.  Solid fats, such as shortening, partially hydrogenated margarine.INCLUDE FOODS  Fruits and vegetables: 8 - 10 daily servings, especially high-fiber items such as beans and peas.  Omega 3 fatty acids- Flaxseeds, fish oil capsules.  Oats, whole grains, whole wheat breads etc.  Nonfat and low-fat dairy products.  Lean meat, fish and poultry without skin.  MUFA based cooking oils like including olive, peanut, rice bran oils.COOKING METHODS  Use a rack to drain fat when you broil, roast, or bake.  Broil or grill instead of pan frying.  Cut visible fat from meat before cooking, and remove skin from poultry pieces (If you’re roasting a whole chicken or mutton remove the skin after cooking)