Dove Cameron in Bathing Suit is "Science Fiction"
Dove Cameron is sharing a mirror selfie in her swimsuit. The singer and actress shows off her flat abs in a white bathing suit top and skirt via one of her latest social media photos. "SCIENCE FICTION (double feature)," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the Descendents star and Boyfriend singer maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 5 of Dove Cameron's top diet and fitness tips for staying 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!
Mix Up Your Workouts
Dove is a "fitness and health junkie," she revealed to Women's Health. She does cardio and strength training, and also takes Pilates, barre, and cycling classes. What kind of a routine should you strive for? Each week adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle-strengthening activity, according to the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans
Fuel Up with Breakfast
Dove revealed to Delish that she is a breakfast person, consuming high protein meals with good fats to start the day. Some of her favorite breakfast foods are avocado toast with salmon and a poached egg on top and flax seed oatmeal with flax seeds, chia seeds.
Eat "Really Clean"
Dove keeps her diet clean. For lunch and dinner she will eat something like salmon with vegetables or chicken or fish with vegetables. "I tend to eat really clean, because I feel better when I do," she dished to Delish. Her guilty pleasure? "I really like British food. It's wholesome. I need hearty, carb-y food. I don't like sugar very much, but I like savory things like that."
Avoid Red Meat
One thing you won't find Dove eating? Red meat. "I just got to the point where if I eat red meat, my mood and energy plummet. I've just reached a weird moral point with it," she told Delish. Her substitute? A vegan burger with hummus on top.
Indulge in Gluten-, Sugar-, Dairy-Free Treats
Cameron loves dessert, but sticks to healthier options "I'm a terrible person. I like to trick people into eating something and then later tell them it's healthy. Because otherwise, people are like, 'this tastes healthy,'" she told Delish. "You have to make a gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free lemon bar, not tell anyone there's anything different about it, and when they all love it, you tell them."