Camila Valero in Bathing Suit is All "Rainbows"
Mexican actress Camila Valero is in a colorful frame of mind while enjoying a relaxing vacation complete with palm trees and blue skies. Valero shared a series of pictures of herself wearing a blue bathing suit, both at the pool on the beach. She captioned the post with several rainbow emojis. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Valero 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!
Valero loves to walk and explore, which is an easy and rewarding way to get exercise. "There are many reasons to walk for exercise," says Ann Green, MS. "Walking improves fitness, cardiac health, alleviates depression and fatigue, improves mood, creates less stress on joints and reduces pain, can prevent weight gain, reduce risk for cancer and chronic disease, improve endurance, circulation, and posture, and the list goes on…"
Valero enjoys fresh rose apples, which not only taste delicious but smell amazing. "Fruit and vegetable intake are thought to be associated with greater bone density and improved bone health," says registered nutritionist Nicola Shubrook. "Findings from a study on healthy women suggested apples, in particular, may minimize the amount of calcium lost from the body and hence improve bone strength."
Valero enjoys delicious pasta dishes. "Whole grain pasta is lower in calories and contributes more vitamins and minerals than the white, refined equivalent, making it a healthier choice," Shubrook says. "When eaten in moderation, pasta may be enjoyed as part of a varied, balanced diet.
Valero loves skiing. "Great news for those that have been skiing for many years; you've been strengthening those joints and making an injury later in life less likely the whole time. In addition to strengthening your knees, your bones become stronger as well because skiing is a weight bearing activity," says the University of New Hampshire." So not only are you having a fantastic time gliding down the slopes, but you are preventing knee damage, osteoporosis and increasing your proprioceptive strength. Skiing is also a great way to get some moderate aerobic activity into your day. For most people, skiing is an all day event, so you can imagine the workout your heart is getting without you even becoming winded."
Seafood and Sushi
Valero loves seafood, especially sushi. "It's fair to say that sushi is considerably healthy," Shubrook says. "Made with lean protein, such as salmon and tuna, and good fats, such as egg and avocado – there are plenty of nutrients to be found in sushi. Just be sure to eat it in moderation and don't overdo it with the soy sauce."