Chahatt Khanna in Bathing Suit Enjoys "Evenings"
Chahatt Khanna is making the most out of her Maldives getaway. The Indian actress flaunts her fabulously fit figure in a green swimsuit via her latest Instagram post, wading through the crystal clear waters of the topical paradise. "Evenings," she captioned the video shared with her 2.4 million followers. How does the actress keep herself so fit? Read on to see 6 ways Chahatt Khanna 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 Does Keto
Chahatt told Telangana Today that she was trying the keto diet to get in shape for a role. "The body feels amazing," she told them, adding that it also helped improve her energy. "I consulted a dietitian and it's very important to do it right. It can otherwise have the opposite adverse effects. I am working day in and day out and I feel I am just getting started. There are multiple things on my plate and it's a good feeling to have."
She Works Out
Fitness is a big part of Chahatt's life. "Exercise is just not just going to the gym, but keeping it fit and healthy. I take long walks with my dogs — that keeps me fit, while yoga (pranayams, stretching and breathing exercises) keeps me toned," she told Times of India. "Work hard , workout hard , party hard, Love harder ! whatever u do , do it with Passion," she captioned this video of her workout.
She Gets Her Zen On
Chahatt prioritizes her mental health. "I meditate regularly and that helps me remain positive and cheerful. My strength is my stamina. I can manage to be active even after 12-hour shoots," she told Times of India.
Her Diet Is Healthy
Chahatt detailed her healthy diet to Times of India. "For breakfast I eat oats or muesli with milk or sometimes egg white with toasted white bread. After half-an-hour I have a fresh mixed-vegetable and fruit juice. For lunch, I prefer dal, rotis and vegetables with a bowl of cucumber raita. If I eat rice, then its regular white rice with dal, vegetables, curds and no rotis. I also prefer drinking butter milk instead of tea or coffee. I have a bowl of fruits and dry fruits or a grilled chicken sandwich if I feel hungry in the evenings. For dinner I like soup, grilled fish or chicken, roti and lots of curd," she said.
She Believes Moderation Is Key
Chahatt generally isn't extreme when it comes to her diet. "I am a complete foodie, and love cooking and eating. I don't deny myself from eating anything, but in moderation. I believe in eating right at regular intervals," she told Times of India.
Water is a big part of Chahatt's day, starting right when she wakes up. "I start my day with hot water with lemon and honey," she told Times of India. In total, she makes sure to drink five liters of water daily.