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Eden Grinshpan in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares "Funny Videos"

“The 5th filter is Ido’s new fave😂.if you need a good laugh in your life. Just do this.”

Eden Grinshpan is a chef, cookbook author, and TV personality. She is known for hosting Top Chef Canada. She recently shared a funny video of herself and her husband on Instagram. Grinshpan captioned the post, "The 5th filter is Ido's new fave😂.if you need a good laugh in your life. Just do this." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Eden Grinshpan stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Cooks

Naturally, Grinshpan cooks a lot of her own food. According to Harvard Health, this has a lot of benefits. "Research is turning to studying the value of nutrition programs that include cooking instruction. These programs have been shown to help people adhere to a healthier diet, eat smaller portions, and lose weight — improvements that lasted as long as a year after the study ended. These programs can even help patients with type 2 diabetes to eat healthier, lower blood pressures and blood sugars, and lose weight. Hard to believe it, but time in the kitchen can be as valuable as medication for some people with diabetes."


She Believes In Moderation

Grinshpan shared some of her wellness secrets in an interview with Cap Beauty. In it, she talked about her approach to dieting. "Everything in moderation. I eat mostly Middle-Eastern Mediterranean food which is so vegetable forward that it just falls into that lifestyle. It all balances out so easily."


She Does Yoga

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Grinshpan shared with Cap Beauty that she loves yoga. Better Health states that yoga has a lot of benefits. "Researchers have discovered that the regular practice of yoga may produce many health benefits, including increased cardiovascular fitness, improved muscular strength and normalisation of blood pressure. Yoga is a renowned antidote to stress and promotes improved sleeping patterns. Over time, those who practice yoga report lower levels of stress, and increased feelings of happiness and wellbeing. This is because concentrating on the postures and the breath acts as a form of meditation."


She Does Pilates


Grinshpan also told Cap Beauty that she does Pilates. The Cleveland Clinic states that the exercise has a lot of benefits. "Pilates focuses more on improving muscle tone than building muscles, but the result is similar: greater stability and endurance. Pilates isn't going to bulk you up — if anything, it's designed to cultivate a longer, leaner look. Still, it can lay a strong physical foundation for muscle-building activities — and may even reduce your likelihood of injury."


She Dances

Grinshpan told Cap Beauty that she dances to stay in shape. Better Health states, "Dancing can be a way to stay fit for people of all ages, shapes and sizes. It has a wide range of physical and mental benefits including: improved condition of your heart and lungs, increased muscular strength, endurance and motor fitness, increased aerobic fitness, improved muscle tone and strength."

Anna Bechtel
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