Alia Bhatt in Bathing Suit Says "This is 29"
Alia Bhatt is celebrating her birthday in her swimsuit! The British-Indian star celebrated her 29th trip around the sun in the Maldives, showing off her phenomenal figure in a swimsuit. "This is 29," she wrote, "thank you for all the love." How does she maintain her body? Read on to see 5 ways Alia Bhatt 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!
She Eats "Healthy and Organic"
In an interview, per StyleCraze, Alia lost a lot of weight for a role. She started by eating organic and healthy foods. "I was put on to a personal fitness instructor, who put me on a diet. So all I ate was vegetables and chicken and gave up everything that I loved to eat," she said.
She Eats in Moderation
She also revealed that she eats everything in moderation, consuming several small meals per day, each with a source of protein, healthy fats, veggies, fruits, and fresh fruit juices in her diet. "I make it a point to have eight meals a day. That way, I can limit my portion sizes and food gets digested easily. This diet has worked for me," she said.
Here Is What She Eats in a Day
This is an average day of eating for Alia:
Breakfast: A hot cup of herbal tea or coffee without sugar + a bowl of vegetable poha or an egg white sandwich.
Mid-Morning: A bowl of fruit (mostly papaya) or one idli with a bowl of sambar.
Lunch: 1 roti without ghee + lots of vegetables + 1 cup daal + curd or vegetable quinoa with chicken
Evening Snack: A cup of sugar-free tea or coffee + 1 one idli with a bowl of sambar
Dinner: 1 roti without ghee + a bowl of vegetables + 1 cup daal and occasionally a grilled chicken breast.
She Works Out Six Days a Week
Along with eating right, Alia works out with a trainer six days per week. SOme days she does yoga and others, strength and weight training. She also loves Pilates. "Progress not perfection," she captioned this photo of herself striking a pose.
She Challenges Herself
Alia gives herself challenges so she can achieve all of her fitness goals. "20 done 20 to go," she captioned this photo, midway through a 40-day challenge. Says the Mayo Clinic:
- "Consider your fitness goals. Are you starting a fitness program to help lose weight? Or do you have another motivation, such as preparing for a marathon? Having clear goals can help you gauge your progress and stay motivated.
- Create a balanced routine. Get at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity a week, or a combination of moderate and vigorous activity. The guidelines suggest that you spread out this exercise during the course of a week. To provide even greater health benefit and to assist with weight loss or maintaining weight loss, at least 300 minutes a week is recommended."