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    Cold water, nuts: Secrets to healthy life

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    New Delhi: Start your day with cold water, nuts and stretching exercises to stay in the pink of health, says an expert.

    Chirag Sethi, founder of fitness consulting company Battle of Bulges, shares tips to live a healthy life. Drinking half a litre of cool water on an empty stomach helps you raise your metabolism since your body needs to maintain a neutral temperature at the core. So, the calories are burned to neutralise the temperature of cold water to neutral.

    Taking six to ten almonds and walnut on an empty stomach will help make some enzymes to raise metabolism. Breakfast should include carbohydrate and protein-rich food items. Stretching exercises as you leave bed in the morning will also help to maintain flexibility of muscles and delays the degenerating processes.

    Walk as much as possible as it helps in burning up extra calories apart from your workout regime. Nuts, like almonds and walnuts, are the powerhouse of energy; Peanuts can be munched anytime during the day while raisins remain an excellent choice for post-workout recovery.

    Finally practicing meditation and relaxation helps you in managing your thoughts and are also good for general health, stress reduction and well-being.

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