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Chloe Ferry in Bathing Suit Has "Garden Party"

Here's how she stays fit.

Chloe Ferry, the Geordie Shore star, is having a "garden party" in a swimsuit. Becca Edwards responded with heart-eyes emojis, while other fans said "you're so beautiful" and called her "hot." Chloe is known for her looks, which are the product of working out, eating right and some augmentation. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Chloe Ferry 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 Has a Home Gym


In her home, Chloe has a weight rack, a squat rack and her own treadmill. One thing you can grab that's inexpensive: "Jumping rope gets your heart pumping and offers a great cardiovascular workout. When the weather is not the best for an outdoor walk or jog, a jump rope can be a great indoor cardio substitute. Jumping rope can be performed by people at any fitness level," says the Mayo Clinic. And: "Using resistance bands can improve your strength and muscle tone. They are lightweight, take up little space, and can easily travel with you for work or vacation."


She Has Had Plastic Surgery But Says She's "Done"

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Chloe has admitted to having plastic surgery but said recently she'd do no more. "I'm in a new chapter of my life. I want to be taken more seriously," she said to Closer. "As soon as I started on the show in 2015 I was obsessed with surgery. When I met Charlotte and seen her lips I was like 'I NEED THEM!' and now I've had the most work done out of the cast….For the first time in ages, I'm really happy with the way I look. I feel that I look good. And I really don't think I will get any more surgery – I feel done with that now."


She Has Restricted Her Calories

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"Everybody's daily calorie needs are different, which can make it hard to figure out the magic number. In general, men need more calories than women. Active people need more than those who have desk jobs. And younger people need more than older people, whose metabolisms slow down as they age," says the Cleveland Clinic. "These factors can impact your caloric intake:

  • Sex.
  • Height.
  • Weight.
  • Age.
  • Activity level.
  • Hormones.
  • Medications."


She Had Lean Proteins

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"Anywhere from 10% to 35% of your calories should come from protein. So if your needs are 2,000 calories, that's 200–700 calories from protein, or 50–175 grams. The recommended dietary allowance to prevent deficiency for an average sedentary adult is 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight. For example, a person who weighs 165 pounds, or 75 kilograms, should consume 60 grams of protein per day," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Drank Protein Shakes

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Add some green tea to your protein shakes. Green tea makes a terrific base for a smoothie, because the active ingredient in green tea, EGCG, is an effective metabolism booster. And green tea is mild (unlike harsher black teas) so it makes for a great jumping-off point. White tea and rooibos are also great smoothie starters. And add additional fiber in the form of flax meal or psyllium husk. Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that makes up the structural material in the leaves, stems, and roots of vegetables, grains and fruits. It's like the spine of plants. But unlike sugar and starch–two other types of carbs–fiber stays intact until it nears the end of your digestive tract. This is what makes fiber beneficial.

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