Debbie Gibson in Bathing Suit Says "Look to the Light"
Singer and actress Debbie Gibson has been a pop culture icon since the '80s. And she looks just as amazing now as she did then. See for yourself at the Out of the Blue 35th Anniversary Event August 18 and 21 at Feinstein's/54 Below. In addition: Gibson posted a new swimsuit photo to Instagram. In it, she posed on the beach in a white bathing suit. She captioned the photo, "Look to the light" and added an inspiring message. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Debbie Gibson 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 Changed Her Diet
In an interview with US Weekly, Gibson talked about her health struggles. She revealed that she was struggling with acid reflux, and had to change her diet. "I was constantly going to the doctor," she said. "I finally realized my food choices were affecting my health."
She Still Indulges
Gibson revealed some of her wellness secrets to HELLO! Magazine. She says that while she eats healthy, she does still like to indulge. "I would love to tell you that I have all this willpower with food. But on the contrary. I love pizza and donuts."
She Drinks Bone Broth
Gibson tells HELLO! Magazine that she loves to drink bone broth. She says that it helps clear her system out. "I promote Dr. Kelly Anne's bone broth because I have legitimately loved bone broth my whole life. I need to find ways of not bombarding my system."
She Does Not Overdo Exercise
Gibson revealed to HELLO! Magazine that she used to over exercise and push herself too hard. Now, the singer says that she is avoiding that tactic, unless she is performing. "On stage, I'll push my limits. But I don't overdo exercise otherwise."
She Does Low-Impact Workouts
Gibson says that she is now doing lower impact exercises to prevent herself from pushing herself too hard. She listed some of her favorites to HELLO! "I have a Peloton to use when I want to. But I do 10 or 15 mins of low impact work. Then I walk my dog, jog, or do things which feel like they flow and fit into my life."