Influencer Brooke Burke Shares Swimsuit Photo of "Winter Vibes"
Brooke Burke is brightening up social media with her yellow swimsuit. In a recent post, the influencer and wellness expert shows off her forever young figure in a bright bathing suit, wowwing her followers. "Winter vibes | feels like summer," she captioned the Instagram snap. "You do age so well," commented one of her followers. "All the hard work and inspiration that you give really pays off. You are and look Amazing," added another. How does the 52-year-old manage to look half her age? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits.
Brooke is one of the many stars who intermittent fasts eating during an eight-hour window and fasting for the remaining 16 hours in a day. "It's a simple yet powerful concept: confine eating to an 8-hour window and fast for the remaining 16 hours of the day," she told DailyMail.com. "For example, if you eat dinner at 7 pm, your next meal will be at 11:00 am the next morning. This timing cycle essentially tricks your body into burning stored fat. During a 'fasted state' – the hours when your body is not consuming or digesting any food – your body doesn't have a recently consumed meal to use as energy, so it pulls energy from the fat stored in your body instead. Intermittent fasting trains your body to consume food more efficiently and to burn fat as fuel. Fasting can leave you feeling hungry or fatigued, but by bridging the time with your regular sleep cycle, it is much easier to embrace."
"A daily meditation practice," is also part of Brooke's wellness routine. "Trust me on this one, the mind and body benefits are incredible," she told Daily Mail. "Meditation is the practice of training the mind in order to induce a state of relaxation, focus, and inner peace. A daily meditation practice helps control our thoughts, emotions and inner dialogue to positively retrain our brain and elevate our well-being" she added. "Meditation helps decrease stress, control anxiety, and improve sleep. It helps lengthen attention span, reduce age-related memory loss, and promote emotional health. It can even help manage pain, lower blood pressure, and support recovery. Most importantly, meditation fosters kindness. And the world can always use more kindness!"
You won't find Brooke on a fad diet. "I don't like the word diet. It's all about building a sustainable, enjoyable, healthy lifestyle," she revealed to Celebwell in an interview. Instead, she focuses on sustaining a healthy lifestyle.
Mediterranean Style Eating
While Brooke doesn't diet, she eats Mediterranean style. "I have healthy fats such as olive oil and avocados, vegetables, lean proteins, beans, and nuts," she revealed. Sometimes she will start her day with a shake or she will eat a grilled salmon salad or some type of protein salad. "I love cobb salad," she adds. Dinners involve a protein, like fish or a filet mignon ,with crunchy vegetables.
Brooke is into biohacking. "I am constantly trying new supplements and technology tools to make me feel better," she revealed to us. "That's how I became involved with BEMER. We all know how important it is to have proper blood circulation for moving oxygen and nutrients throughout the body and removing waste. But how do you increase blood circulation? That's what BEMER does. It's patented technology that stimulates and increases microcirculation by as much as 30%. I won't go into the science as it can be overwhelming, but I can tell you that it works. BEMER reinforces all the steps that I'm taking in preventative care, so I can live a long, healthy, and active life. And it takes just eight minutes twice a day."
Brooke gets all the nutrients she needs with supplements. "I've been taking a supplement called Tru Niagen for about five years now that promotes health. It works at the cellular level and is all about increasing the NAD+ in our bodies. I usually put that into my morning coffee or protein shake," she revealed.
Brooke is a fan of workout buddies. "Find a fitness buddy or accountability partner who can help ensure you keep your personal commitment," she suggested. "It's easy to deprioritize ourselves. Having someone there who helps to inspire and motivate you sets you up for success."