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Raman Verma, middle, eats brunch with his wife Payal and son Shaurya at their house. Raman attended a cooking class the day before in an effort to improve the family's nutrition which depends heavily on take-out, fried and fatty foods. As new processed foods have become available in India to the wealthy and upper middle classes, obesity rates have soared. These classes are now beginning to realize that newer, modern, imported foods are not necessarily better or healthier for them than traditional Indian food.