BatchMaster Fulfilling Its Social Responsibility on World Heart Day
Samosas, French Fries, Chats – a delight for our savory tongue but a twinge for our poor heart. This conflict of interest between our heart and tongue is surely unmanageable by most of us and our so-called love filled heart surrenders to our tacky tongue and is left to suffer. With each day new recipes coming in, our dear tongues’ temptations are rising and so is the deterioration of our heart.
Everyday, we move ahead with some promises – “I will not overindulge”, “I will exercise more regularly”, “I will not go drinking so often”, “I will cut down on salt”, “I will quit smoking” and many other promises which are shunned even with a small felicity no matter what and where.
With good health, we probably will be happy, and if we have health and happiness, we have all the wealth we need.
Believing in this, BatchMaster creates an environment that makes it possible for people to do the right thing and make healthy choices that blow out a culture of wellness. We inspire people to “Feel good/Do good/Live good”, being a customer-orientated company we continually seek to empower people with trustworthy & perfect information to help them take charge of their health & well-being.
BatchMaster and Saffola come together with pride. Being well aware of a healthy heart, Saffola offers products to keep your heart young. The willing need is to choose the best food to eat with tongue piercing so as to stop the heart from whining.
BatchMaster too inspires its employees for a healthy lifestyle, encourages them to indulge in yoga and even goes ahead in organizing Yoga session in office premise. Narendra Panjwani – hale and hearty and a member of BatchMaster is now the man behind the defining example of the greatest advertising campaign for good health.
BatchMaster continues to seek innovative ways to fulfill responsibility towards the society.
On the World Heart Day 2010 let’s say as one “We love our heart” & say NO to Cardiovascular Disease, Cholesterol Level, Glucose Levels, Smoking, Blood Pressure, Obesity and Physical Inactivity to be young and thence optimistic.