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Indian society, being at a transitional phase from economic point of view, young adults switching over to fast food diet, physically inactive and lethargic in their behaviour, and at the same time having a genetic predisposition for metabolic risk factors like hypertension, diabetes, changed lipid profile and obesity could be very strong contenders for cardio vascular and cerebro-vascular diseases. Therefore, generations need to be apprised regarding these life-style anomalies so that they remain disease free to create a healthy society and a nation with strong health markers and thereby economy.