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Ashley Tisdale in Bathing Suit is "Lookin Chill"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Ashley Tisdale, star of the High School Musical films, holds a place in the heart of a certain demographic who grew up admiring her, so it's lovely to see her looking happy and relaxed on the beach in a swimsuit photo she shared. "Weekend is lookin chill," she captioned it. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Ashley Tisdale 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 Cares About Wellness

Tisdale launched her own wellness website, Frenshe. Why? "The last couple of years, I've been very open about my mental health journey with my album Symptoms and finally was able to be vulnerable with my fans. Because even though I have social media, I've always kept a very separate private life and sharing almost everything at the same time," she told The Thirty. "Over the last couple of years, with my anxiety and" taking over her make-up brand, which proved too much her health—"it led me to this moment, which was creating Frenshe, the health-and-wellness blog of talking about my journey. I'm someone who always likes to dig deeper into health."


She Tries to Balance Her Priorities

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"I have started to really turn my house into a nontoxic household. And I believe there's a balance still. I'm not someone who's going to be completely pushing a nontoxic brand, but I do believe in a nontoxic kitchen and household items. I think that life is about balance and moderation and not just going one way or the other. I really wanted to create something that was about balance, that was relatable, and that was affordable, to be honest. Because it can get very expensivem," she told The Thirty.


She Limits Sensitivities

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"A lot of people always ask me about my skin and how I have such clear skin. I did a post one time on my Instagram saying I'm dairy-free, and so obviously everyone thought just cut out dairy. But that is not what I was really trying to explain. It's more about, to me, dairy is a food sensitivity. And by limiting my food sensitivities in my body, it causes less inflammation. It's just learning about your body and what you're sensitive to and limiting those things. It's hard to take things out of your diet for sure. And it's not an easy task. I think about talking about all of those things, like food sensitivities and how it can affect gut issues," she told The Thirty.


She Had Rhinoplasty

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"As most of you might know, I had rhinoplasty 15 years ago. At the time, it didn't feel like THAT big of a deal to me because the decision was based on serious health issues I was having. To be clear, it was not about changing my appearance. After several doctor's visits about my health issues, they also suggested shaving my 'bump' down. I was young and didn't put much thought into it, so I decided, why not? It wasn't a big deal to me nor was it like I was dreaming of the day I'd get a nose job. On the other hand, I have ZERO judgment towards anyone who does look forward to that day—your body, your choice," she shared on her website.


She Recommends Probiotics

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"By now, I'm sure you know our intestines are full of healthy bacteria that helps digestion. Luckily there are plenty of foods you can get to balance out your gut flora! Yogurt is the most common, but if you're trying to avoid dairy, you can try a vegan alternative or fermented foods such as sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir, kombucha, and even over-the-counter supplements. Check the packaging for 'probiotics' or 'live and active cultures' to ensure you're getting what you need!" she wrote.

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