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Brooke Burke in Bathing Suit Says "Hello June"

Here’s how she stays in shape. 

Brooke Burke is one of the biggest celebrity wellness experts out there. She's known for her workout programs, which clearly work, since she's in great shape. Burke is not afraid to show off her body on social media, and she just posted a new revealing Instagram photo. In it, Burke posed in a pale yellow one piece with cut-outs, her toned body on display. She captioned the photo, "Hello June. Summer." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Brooke Burke 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 Intermittent Fasts

Burke is open about her love of intermittent fasting. She says that this has helped her feel better and eat healthier. "I've been intermittent fasting for years and it's been a game-changer for me, not only digestively, but it's also the most convenient way of living I've experienced," she told Women's Health. "I make it very simple and basically eat in an eight-hour window."


She Only Has Coffee For Breakfast

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Burke revealed some of her favorite foods that she eats each day to Women's Health. She says that she only enjoys a cup of coffee for breakfast. "I thought that I really needed [breakfast] for fuel, but I found that coffee with butter or full-fat cream really sustains me," she said. "It's delicious and I don't feel hungry at all."


She Drinks Healthy Beverages

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Burke makes sure to stay hydrated each day. She tells Women's Health that she only drinks healthy beverages. "I drink a lot of water, a lot of green tea, and a lot of lemon water; no sugary drinks," she says. "I probably drink my bodyweight in water every day."


She Loves Nuts


Burke tells Women's Health that she's not a big snacker. However, when she does feel like snacking, she says that she's a big fan of enjoying types of nuts. "I'll do raw macadamia nuts or almonds—and walnuts are really good," she says. "I also just discovered that Brazilian nuts are very anti-inflammatory, so those are great, too." 


She Does Workouts At Home

Burke gives several fitness and diet tips on her website. In this post, she encourages people to workout at home. "In the time it takes you to drive to a gym and back, you can squeeze in a workout at home – in your pajamas. A water bottle or frying pan is a perfect light weight for high-rep arm workouts that strengthen muscles and engage your core."

Anna Bechtel
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