Love Island's Ella Barnes Shares Swimsuit Photo from Beach
Love Island's Ella Barnes recently shared a stunning beach snapshot, radiating confidence in a swimsuit. Beyond the photo's allure, Barnes has offered insights into her lifestyle. Hydration takes the spotlight as she emphasizes its importance, backed by CDC guidelines. Coffee becomes more than a morning ritual, with Johns Hopkins research suggesting liver benefits for enthusiasts. Candidly recalling moments from her reality TV stint, Barnes reveals her rule-breaking tendencies. Amid fame's ups and downs, she openly discusses the end of her "showmance" with Mitchel Taylor. Read on to see how her journey reflects a holistic approach to well-being.
"Getting enough water every day is important for your health. Drinking water can prevent dehydration, a condition that can cause unclear thinking, result in mood change, cause your body to overheat, and lead to constipation and kidney stones," says the CDC, which offers these tips for drinking more:
- "Carry a water bottle with you and refill it throughout the day.
- Freeze some freezer-safe water bottles. Take one with you for ice-cold water all day long.
- Choose water over sugary drinks.
- Opt for water when eating out. You'll save money and reduce calories.
- Serve water during meals.
- Add a wedge of lime or lemon to your water. This can help improve the taste."
She Drinks Coffee
"Both regular and decaf coffee seem to have a protective effect on your liver. Research shows that coffee drinkers are more likely to have liver enzyme levels within a healthy range than people who don't drink coffee," says Johns Hopkins. "One in 23 women develop colon cancer. But researchers found that coffee drinkers — decaf or regular — were 26 percent less likely to develop colorectal cancer."
She Knows When to Break the Rules
"You would get really told off if there was two girls in the bathroom at one time… There was only, like, a couple of plugs in the dressing room but there was a massive extension lead in the off-camera bathroom, which is upstairs, and just us girls used it," she told Closer. "And Whitney would be in there using the hot comb for her wigs for ages and if one of us girls needed to go to the toilet or anything like that, we would just go in. But they could hear us talking, so yeah, you'd would get really told off. They'd be like, 'Girls, not two of you in the bathroom at one time!' So yeah, that would happen all the time."
Her Journey With Mitch Has Come to an End
Mitchel Taylor and Barnes had a "showmance" that is now over. "Just wanted to come on here and keep you all updated, as you deserve to know as I wouldn't be where I am without you," she shared this week. "Unfortunately, myself and Mitch have decided to end our relationship. I really wanted things to work out and I'm gutted that our journey has come to an end."
She Enjoys Sunshine
"When the numbers from nearly 46 million blood pressure readings were crunched, the researchers found exposure to UV sunlight was associated with lower systolic blood pressure (the first number in a blood pressure reading) regardless of the temperature. It's the first time a large study has shown that, said the lead author, Dr. Richard Weller," reports the American Heart Association. Although more research is to be done, Weller told the AHA dermatologists "need to stop fixating on the harm UV can do and stand back and acknowledge the fact that there is a growing body of evidence showing that it also has benefits on health."