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Dharsha Gupta in Bathing Suit "Had a Fantastic Bday"

She’s all about at-home wellness.

Indian actress Dharsha Gupta had a fabulous birthday trip at the Haywizz Havelock Island Resort in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. Gupta, 29, shared pictures of herself posing by the pool in a purple knit bikini. "Had a fantastic bday celebration at Andaman," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Gupta 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!


No Sugar Diet

Gupta avoids sugar and junk food. "An increase in overall energy is one of the immediate perks you may notice when decreasing your added sugar intake," says Linda Folken, MS, RDN, CSOWM, CDN. "This is largely due to experiencing fewer highs and lows in your blood sugar."


Cucumber For Under Eye Circles

Gupta uses cucumber as a way to soothe and target under eye circles. Not only are they beneficial to use topically, cucumbers are very healthy to eat. "Cucumbers can help with disease prevention, weight management and digestion," says registered dietitian Amber Sommer, RD, LD. "And because they are readily available and easy to eat, everyone can reap the benefits."


Strawberry Lover

Gupta loves fresh strawberries, and credits her glowing skin with a diet high in berries. "Strawberries give you a lot of nutritional value for very few calories," says Bailey Flora, MS, RDN, LD. "They're tasty but naturally low in sugar. That's a combination that's hard to beat."


Riding a Bicycle

Gupta enjoys riding a bicycle outside in the fresh air. "One of the major benefits of cycling is that it's low-impact," says Jaclyn Kubiak, PT, DPT. "You're using your big leg muscles to cycle, which is already a huge benefit. But you can also do it in combination with strength training, or you can do it without."


Swimming Sessions

Gupta frequently posts pictures of herself at the beach and the pool. "Swimming is one of the few activities that work your whole body," says the British Heart Foundation. "Breaststroke, backstroke, front crawl, butterfly and even doggy paddle get your legs and arms moving. This in turn works your back and core muscles."


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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