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Exercise in open air, creates hunger and thirst, helps the digestion of our food, and makes it nourishing, it purifies the blood, keeps the bowels healthy, and causes rest and sound sleep.
Do not want to exercise or work hard immediately before or after dinner, rather a little rest before and after dinner is necessary.
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