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Argentinian Flavia Palmiero Shares Swimsuit Photo From Miami

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Flavia Palmiero is heating up South Florida in her swimsuit. In one of her most recent social media posts the Argentinian actress shows off her amazing body in a blue bathing suit while vacationing in Miami. "Goddess," commented one of her followers. "Beauty," added another. How does the 57-year-old maintain her forever young figure? Here are some of her top lifestyle habits. 


She Gets Non-Invasive Treatments

Once a year Flavia gets "non-invasive" treatments like "facial Ultherapy" ("and with this we tighten the muscle achieving a lifting effect"). She added to Caras: "I have treated the stubborn areas of the body with Coolsulpting. Weekly I do a Body Ter Premiun to tone my legs and abdomen. All treatments that are non-invasive and keep me going."



She Eats 6 Meals a Day


Flavia's son, Gianmarco Batelini, encouraged her to take care of herself "a little for a genetic reason" and to "live a healthy life," she told Caras. "And although it was hard at first, I'm already used to it and I eat my six meals a day, strictly adhering to the schedules and I no longer need so much discipline." She calls it "not a diet but a new life plan."


Here Is What She Eats in a Day

Flavia eats every three hours, starting with a breakfast of coffee, egg whites and green juice. "It is not as strict as diets but I do not consume flour and very little meat, although I really like a good roast. I eat many raw fruits and vegetables; chicken, fish, lean red meat, oatmeal. Zero alcohol and soda never existed in my life," she said. 


She Works Out

"Today the gym is a pleasure for me with the routines that my staff Aldo Martínez puts together for me," Flavia said about her workout routine, which divides the body into two zones. "For the upper part, up to the waist, we do chest, shoulders, triceps; We worked on everything for a day and added back, with pull-downs on pulleys to the chest. We also perform flyes with 2 kilo dumbbells; triceps with pulleys of 2 or 3 kilos each and with planks of 5. They are series of three with fifteen repetitions. Then 30 minutes of aerobics that can be: 10 rowing, 10 climbing and 10 treadmill. The next day we worked on our glutes and legs on a stretcher, with lunges, jogging, tapping, with ankle straps on machines and stairs. In addition, we alternate climbing and aerobic; One minute we run, one minute we walk and so on for 20 minutes. We do another routine with elastic bands and we vary the work."


She Does Pilates

Once a week Flavia does Pilates on the reformer. Why is pilates a good workout? According to the Mayo Clinic there are lots of benefits to the workout, as it "strengthens the body's inner core while increasing its flexibility resulting in improved overall health. It can also promote longer, leaner muscles, injury prevention, relief from stress and back pain, enhanced athletic performance, and heightened mind-body awareness.


She Eats Slowly

It's not just what you eat, but how you eat it, says Flavia. "I understood that many times one eats out of anxiety. Now I take my time to do it. I eat slowly and that's how I lowered that anxiety. I also learned to reduce the portions of what I eat," she told Caras.


She Also Loves These Drinks

Flavia swears by drinking lemon juice with warm water in the morning. "But I only do that for two months and then I stop; because it is not so good if one abuses it," she told Caras. "I always have my jar with some very natural juice like ginger, mint and water or green apple, celery, spinach, cucumber and carrot."

Leah Groth
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