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Alessia Marcuzzi in Bathing Suit Says "Take Me Right Up"

She never says no to pasta.

Italian actress and TV star Alessia Marcuzzi is getting ready for summer by modeling swimsuits. Marcuzzi shared an Instagram reel of herself walking up stairs in a cheetah-print bathing suit, striking several poses. "Take me right up," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Marcuzzi 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!



Dog Walking

Marcuzzi enjoys an active, outdoorsy lifestyle. She particularly loves walking her dog. "Walking can be as good as a workout, if not better, than running," says Dr. Matt Tanneberg, CSCS. "You hear of people 'plateauing' when they continue to do the same workout routine and stop seeing results. I see patients all the time that plateau from running, they will run the same distance, speed and time, day in and day out. You need to constantly be switching up your exercise routine in order to get the maximum benefit for your health."


Spirulina Spaghett

Marcuzzi loves to make homemade spirulina spaghetti with dates and pumpkin flowers. "Spirulina is considered one of the oldest plants on Earth," says registered dietitian Beth Czerwony, RD. "It's been used in people for a very long time and has been shown to have some very exciting health benefits."


Delicious Shellfish

Marcuzzi enjoys fresh shellfish dishes. "Fish is good for the heart, especially fatty fish like salmon and sardines. What about shellfish? Shrimp, lobster, clams, scallops, crayfish, and the like deliver smaller amounts of heart-healthy omega-3 fats than finfish. They also tend to be higher in cholesterol. A study from the Medical University of South Carolina suggests that shellfish certainly aren't bad for the heart. But they may not offer the same protection against cardiac arrest and coronary artery disease as finfish," says Harvard Health.


Pasta Lover

Marcuzzi is Italian to the bone—she absolutely loves her pasta, which can be healthy depending on how it's made. 


Under Eye Patches

Marcuzzi uses patches to brighten up her under eye area. ​​"The trouble is, you have two lymph nodes under your eyes," says board-certified dermatologist and research scientist Dr. Karen Burke. "So, for example, if you drink wine or have a lot of salt, it accumulates fluid under the eyes, which can cause bags."

Ferozan Mast
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