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Emma Chamberlain in Bathing Suit Top is "an Icon"

Here are her top 6 diet and fitness tips for staying in shape. 

Emma Chamberlain is modeling swimsuits. The social media star shows off her incredible figure in a bathing suit in one of her latest posts, modeling for CR Fashion book. "Icon," commented one of her millions of followers. "Audibly gasped," wrote another. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 6 ways Emma Chamberlain 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 Starts Her Morning with Coffee

"The first thing I do when I wake up is check the time." She doesn't set any alarms. "And then it's coffee time. I go straight downstairs to either make my coffee or get coffee with someone," she told Harper's Bazaar


She Loves Flax Crackers And Hummus


In the same interview she detailed her diet, revealing that healthy snacks are her jam. "My favorite snack for the past year has been these flax crackers. They're called Mary's Gone Crackers…I eat those with spicy hummus…Another snack I make is mini, little cauliflower pizzas. I just put a little marinara sauce on it, a little pesto, a little bit of vegan mozzarella."


She Exercises


Chamberlain also prioritizes fitness, despite her busy schedule. "I really just shove in a workout wherever I can fit it. I try to work out 4 to 5 times a week," she told Harper's Bazaar. She also works out for the mental health and destressing benefits. "Any form of exercise really helps me clear my mind. Whether that's going on a walk, jog, or doing pilates at home," she added to Vogue


She Is a Vegetarian

Chamberlain maintains a meat-free diet "I grew up vegetarian, so I never had meat in my diet," she said to Harper's Bazaar. Chamberlain also says that she was briefly vegan, but went back to being a vegetarian because of her love of eggs and cheese. 


She Reads

Another destressing method of Emma's? Losing herself in a book. "Reading is a new thing for me. I've been reading a ton and listening to educational podcasts about whatever interests me that day," she told Vogue. One Harvard study published in Social Science & Medicine found that people who read books regularly had a 20% lower risk of dying over the next 12 years compared with people who weren't readers or who read periodicals. 


She Cooks

Emma also heads into the kitchen when she needs to de-stress. "I love cooking, it's very therapeutic," she told Vogue. "In a large population-based cohort study, eating home cooked meals more frequently was associated with better dietary quality and lower adiposity. Further prospective research is required to identify whether consumption of home cooked meals has causal effects on diet and health," says one study from the NIH.

Leah Groth
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