Demi Moore in Bathing Suit Says "Don't Forget Your SPF"
Demi Moore is celebrating Independence Day the best way she knows how—in a bathing suit, in the sunshine, cuddling her sweet pup. Moore, 60, shared pictures of herself posing on a towel in a blue bikini, showcasing her incredibly toned and fit physique. The actress also shared a video of herself jumping up and down on an inflatable mat in the middle of a pond. "Happy Independence Day! Don't forget your SPF," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Moore stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
Moore enjoys a mostly raw-vegan, plant-based diet. "Plants give your body what it needs to help fight off infection," says Andrea Murray, MD Anderson health education specialist. "A plant-based diet strengthens your immune system to protect you against germs and microorganisms… We just have to eat plants. They are so important for our body's long term health."
Walking Her Dogs
Moore says her first priority every day is taking her dogs out on a walk. "Walking helps make your heart more efficient," says cardiologist Tamanna Singh, MD. "As you're improving your fitness, your heart actually becomes more effective with each heart pump that it provides for that type of exercise. Walking is oftentimes the easiest type of exercise. We walk every day. It's a free activity, and all you really need is a good pair of shoes to protect your feet and to ensure you've got good posture and that you're using your muscles appropriately."
Moore sticks to a simple yet effective skincare routine. "I think my biggest thing is really that less is more, as it's much easier to keep a routine going if we keep it simple, so it's doable," she says. "Look, I don't have any super big secret. But I definitely think beauty starts on the inside. You can do anything you want to the outside, but if the inside isn't looking or feeling good, then I don't know if anything you do on the outside is going to be good enough."
Moore's favorite snack is pineapple. "Freshly cut pineapple, cold," she says. "It's refreshing, deliciously sweet and hydrating and makes me feel like I'm on vacation." Pineapple is packed full of nutrients such as vitamin C and anti-inflammatory enzymes. "Inflammation is a natural process that occurs in our bodies to help fight off illness," says Julia Zumpano, RD, LD. "But too much inflammation, especially over long periods, can lead to conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and cancer."
Moore tries to live in a way where healthy habits take the place of willpower. "For me, well-being is a choice of living consciously with intention, being mindful and making choices that are memorable and meaningful," she says. "It isn't something I fit into my lifestyle; it's just how I live my life."