Preity Zinta in Bathing Suit Enjoys “Sun, Sea, You and Me” — Celebwell

Preity Zinta is making a splash in her swimsuit! The Indian actress is currently enjoying a vacation with her husband on the island of Saint Lucia, showing off her incredible figure in a bathing suit while enjoying the ocean. “Sun, sea, you and me,” she captioned a series of snaps shared to her Instagram account. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Preity Zinta stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!

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“It doesn’t  matter how much U exercise if U cannot control ur diet. Losing weight is 70% diet & 30% exercise,” she revealed on Twitter. In another Twitter post, she revealed her top diet and fitness tips, per India Today. “Eat smaller portions of food and at least six to seven small meals,” she said. “Avoid too much starch and carbohydrates like white bread, pasta and rice. Go for whole wheat or whole grains and brown bread.” Also, it’s how you eat that matters. “Eat slowly and chew a lot. Also sit down and enjoy your meal. Eating fast means eating a lot with very little satisfaction.”

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“Drink lots of water,” Preity instructed on Twitter. “Drink at least two glasses of water when you wake up,” she added. She also suggests avoiding fruit juices and eating a whole fruit instead. “Fruit juices have too much sugar in them. Too much sugar and salt are terrible for you,” she said. 

Preity wakes up in the morning and breaks a sweat. “Try exercising in the morning on an empty stomach. If you cannot do any exercise then at least go for a walk. Brisk walk is amazing for you,” she suggested. 

Preity is a big advocate of cheat days. “Eat whatever you want in one day so it’s ur cheat day. This helps you to maintain your diet for the week,” she said on Twitter. 

Preity has a fun way to exercise. “Try dancing to your favorite song five times in a row…If you can bounce up and down five times in a row your cardio for the day is done,” she suggests. “An Australian study, which pooled data from 48,000 British people, found that moderate intensity dancing is linked to a lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease,” says the British Heart Foundation. “Dancers were found to have a 46 per cent lower risk of cardiovascular death, compared with those who rarely or never danced. The study also suggested the social side of dancing, and the relaxation that comes with it, could be partly responsible for its health benefits.”