Emily Ratajkowski in Bathing Suit Shows Off Her Style
Who better to model Emily Ratajkowski's Inamorata swimsuits than the designer-slash-model herself? The 30-year-old mother-of-one rocks a black bathing suit from her collection while on the beach in her latest image shared to Instagram Stories. How does she keep herself so fit? Read on to see 5 of Emily Ratajkowski's top 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!
Maintain a "Healthy" and "Balanced" Diet
Emily is careful about what she puts in her body. "I like to keep it really balanced to give my body energy and also be healthy," she told Harper's Bazaar. She generally starts her day with black coffee and a pasty, followed by a light lunch. In comparison to her typical breakfast, Ratajkowski tends to keep her lunches pretty light, "usually a salad or a sandwich," she revealed. "If I'm on set, I'll have catering, but I'm well behaved with that stuff. It's easy to go crazy—they know how to feed you." Her favorite meal of the day? "Dinner is my time to be social and catch up with people," she said. "I love this Italian restaurant downtown called Bestia. It's kind of fun, and they have good cocktails and wine."
Emily isn't a fan of plant-based dieting. "I'm a carnivore. I really like to eat meat. I crave iron," she told Elle. "What cattle eat affects the nutrients and fats in different types of beef. Grass-fed beef generally comes from cattle that eat only grass and other foraged foods throughout their lives. Often, conventional beef cattle eat a diet that includes grains, such as corn, at some point. When compared with other types of beef, grass-fed beef may have some heart-health benefits. Grass-fed beef may have:
- Lower total fat content
- More heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids
- More omega-6 fatty acid (linolenic acid)
- More antioxidant vitamins, such as vitamin E," says the Mayo Clinic.
Cook Your Own Food
Emily makes sure she is eating healthy by preparing her own meals. "I cook a lot, so that really helps," she said. "You know how much salt and sugar and all of that kind of stuff you are putting in your body."
"I am not a big gym person," Emily told InStyle. "I don't have a trainer…I'm just not a crazy fitness person. I'm definitely an outlier in the industry," she added to the New York Times. Instead, she relies on outdoor activities and also yoga to stay in shape. "I really like being outside and doing yoga, so I do a lot of hiking in L.A. and I have a yoga studio really close to my house that I go to like once a week," she told InStyle.
Emily loves to drink juices. "For me, it's about feeling good about what you eat," she told the New York Times. "I do love turmeric and beet juices. It's so L.A., you can't avoid it."