Health industry cashes in on India's obese

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Many experts are concerned that as India becomes more affluent, it is also becoming less healthy and more obese.

Diseases linked to a rich diet and lack of exercise, are overtaking poverty-related illnesses such as tuberculosis. India already has the highest rate of diabetes in the world.

For anti-obesity clinics and companies in the health and exercise industries, India's galloping weight problem is proving lucrative.

Shilpa Kannan reports from Delhi.

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