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Tamannaah Bhatia swears by these health hacks as part of her daily routine

Tamannaah Bhatia shared glimpses of her daily routine on Instagram

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
October 11, 2021 5:30:07 pm
tamannaah bhatiaTamannaah Bhatia is impressing with her looks. (Source: tamannaahspeaks/Instagram)

Tamannaah Bhatia does not compromise with her health despite her busy schedule. The 31-year-old celeb recently shared the health hacks she swears by.

In an Instagram story, the Baahubali actor shared that she drinks a cup of hot water with lemon and cinnamon as part of her daily routine. Captioning a picture of the drink as “#BackToTheRoots”, Tamannaah wrote, “Lemon and cinnamon help cleanse the liver and line the gut. Also helps promote smooth bowels.”

healthy diet Tamannaah Bhatia shared glimpses of her daily routine on social media. (Source: tamannaahspeaks/Instagram)

In another story, she shared a plate of black raisins and walnuts, also a part of her daily routine. Walnuts are “rich in omega 3, are good for reducing inflammation,” she wrote.

Here’s why experts recommend you start your mornings with nuts.

raisins, walnuts, healthy eating Tamannaah follows a healthy lifestyle. (Source: tamannaahspeaks/Instagram)

Black raisins, on the other hand, are rich in antioxidants and iron. They help in reducing hair loss, eliminating impurities from blood, and maintaining blood pressure, and can prove to be a great addition to your diet.

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