Emily Atack in Bathing Suit is a "Gorgeous Girl"
Emily Atack, the actress and TV personality from The Inbetweeners and other hits, is on vacation in beautiful Ibiza. She's naturally going to the location's many amazing beaches. And she made sure to pack a hot bikini to wear. Atack posted a new vacation photo on Instagram. In it, she posed in a staples red bikini, showing off her body, and added a lobster emoji. "Gorgeous girl," said on commenter. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Emily Atack 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 Intermittent Fasts
Atack notably dropped weight over the past couple of years, leaving many wondering what her secrets were. She revealed some of her diet secrets in an interview with Women's Health. "I do intermittent fasting. I don't have breakfast – I'm not a morning person – and I'll eat my first meal, usually a chicken salad, around midday."
She Doesn't Deny Herself
When she began trying to be healthier, Atack naturally changed her diet. She tells Women's Health that she eats pretty healthy. However, she also says that she doesn't like to deprive herself, and will enjoy a treat once in a while. "If I want dark chocolate, popcorn or my favourite pad thai takeaway, I won't deny myself."
She Went Makeup-Free
In addition to losing weight, Atack revealed that she also worked on building her self-confidence. One thing she did was go out without wearing makeup. "I was nervous about going barefaced," she told Women's Health. "But it turned out to be a great opportunity for me not to care about what I looked like."
She Lose a Stone
When Atack was making changes to her diet, she cut a few things out. She tells Women's Health that one thing she did was ordering less takeout food. Atack says that this was very effective. "Eating out less over the past year, I've inadvertently lost a stone," she says. When ordering takeout, "Opt for whole-wheat pizza crust. If that's not an option, choose thin-crust pizza — even though it's made from refined flour, a thinner crust will lighten the calorie load," says the Cleveland Clinic. "Double veggies in your dish, instead of unhealthy starchy options." Or try: "A bag of plain steamed veggies added to a starchy dish to bulk up the nutrition and increase your fullness."
She Believes In Balance
Atack does eat healthy, and to her, that means having a balanced diet. She tells Hello! Magazine, "I do try and keep quite healthy – because I love alcohol, I have to balance it out a bit! I can't be eating bags of chips if I'm having wine." One quick tip? "Limit added sugars. Naturally occurring sugars, such as those in fruit and milk, are not added sugars. Examples of added sugars include brown sugar, corn sweetener, corn syrup, honey and others. Check nutrition labels. Choose cereals with minimal added sugars. Avoid drinks with added sugars such as soda and sports and energy drinks," says the Mayo Clinic.