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Thursday, October 26, 2006
"Listen to your body and follow the necessary disciplines that are important to keep yourself fit", says VJ turned actor Rahul Khanna. Remember Rahul in Lays' Chat Street masti ad with his buddies Saif Ali Khan and Priety Zinta. The commercial is preferably suitable for Rahul's persona as he is the same fun loving, chilled out dude. Rahul spoke to IndiaFM about the secret of his fitness and his favorite food.
Rahul is a complete foodie and loves to dig in Gujrati and Japanese food. "I love to eat Chinese and Japanese food while in Indian food I relish on Gujarati dishes. I just love them. There are several restaurants like Indigo, Royal China, and China White among my favorites".
While talking about his fitness he says, "I am not a very diet conscious person. I prefer weight exercises and also visit gym for 3 times in a week. Sometimes I feel bored of doing cardio and weight exercises but I do a lot of running that keeps me fit."
Not being a diet freak Rahul believes in food moderation. "Though I don't follow any specific diet, I eat moderate food. I prefer light food. I don't go for heavy lunch or dinner. I take several small meals throughout the day. While my breakfast comprises egg white, toast and protein is must especially when I work out. I think everyone has to be little conscious about their health. I drink a lot of water through out the day, which flushes the body system properly." Rahul also has a sweet tooth. "I love yummy chocolate and gummy bears".
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