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Christina Milian in Bathing Suit "Feels Like Home"

Here’s how this singer stays in shape.

Christina Milian is in a summer state of mind in beautiful St. Tropez, France. Milian, 41, shared a reel of herself soaking up the sun in a bright yellow bikini, dancing against a background of blue skies. "7 summers later.. Feels like home. 🥰 #ifoundlove #sttropez," she captioned the post. "You are timeless Christina," a fan commented. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Milian stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.



Eating For Energy

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Milian treats food as a way to feel energized and stops eating when she's satiated. "When your stomach feels full, do not eat past that," she says. "I try to only have a certain amount of calories per day but eat right so I can keep my energy up. I try to drink as close to a gallon of water a day. Hydration is how I keep my skin clear and my body energized throughout the day."


She's a Pescatarian

Milian follows a pescatarian diet. "I'm a pescetarian right now, but I'm off and on," she says. "The only thing was that I found myself eating more carbs. I had to find a balance because I wasn't getting as full [as I was] from red meat. I love pork. My family, they get it. My sister has done it before, and she's done it for two years.  I've actually tried to challenge them to do it. Exposure to information helps create the change toward being well. I do my own research and get information from friends."


Eggs and Cheese

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Milian loves to start the day with eggs and vegetables. "I'll have an egg-white omelet with some spinach and some peas, or tomatoes, or salsa," she says. "I try not to mix everything with juice because of all the excess sugar, so I'm going to enjoy some cheese. I mean, I love good old classic American cheese. I love any cheese. I'm a cheese lover."


Running on the Treadmill

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Milian loves how regular exercise makes her feel. "You need to keep a good attitude and have a positive way of challenging yourself to be better," she says. "There's fitness and health, of course, too, but at the end of the day, just always try to better yourself. I'm an outdoorsy person, but right now since it's so cold over here [Toronto], I'll just do about 20 or 30 minutes on the treadmill — a little bit of speed-walking or running. I used to have the TV on, but now I'll listen to music. I'll listen to Drake or Future or Beyoncé or Rihanna. I can do situps and squats."


Fit Mama

Milian made a point of staying healthy and fit both before, during, and after her pregnancies. "I always kept fitness in mind prior to getting pregnant," she says. "And then I continued a simple fitness routine that really helped, so that once I had the babies, it's been a lot easier for me to get back in shape."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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