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Esha Gupta in Bathing Suit Says it's "Still Summer Somewhere"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Esha Gupta is not ready to leave the summer and warm weather behind. She's making sure to soak up the sun as much as she can. Gupta just posted a new photo of herself outside on Instagram. She wore a tan bathing suit, showing off her body. She captioned the post, "Still summer somewhere." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Esha 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!


She Speaks Out

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In an ETimes interview, Gupta spoke out against racism and white supremacy. "Some Indians have the mindset where we think like white supremacy. Americans are fighting it. White supremacy means people who have dark colour or dark skin, are meant to be slaves because those who are fair think God made them as the ones who are supposed to rule."


She Loves Yoga

Gupta revealed some of her wellness secrets to Gulf News. She says that she loves yoga. "It has helped me stay active, focused and determined," she says. "Yoga is not just for my body, but for my soul."


She Doesn't Look Cute For The Gym

When Gupta goes to the gym, she isn't trying to look stylish. "I don't understand Instagram influencers who put on make-up and head to the gym," she tells Gulf News. "In my opinion, you need to dress up for yourself — whether you are walking on the runway or going out to work. When I work out, you might often see me without shoes unless I am doing cardio exercises."


She Cuts Out Certain Things

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Gupta revealed that she has cut out things in her diet to Gulf News. "I am gluten and dairy-intolerant, so I avoid it completely. When I eat gluten, my stomach hurts and I get acidic. Plus, I don't believe in having milk products because I don't think our body needs it. I also have carbs until 6pm. For dinner, I just have dal [lentils] or soups."


She's Vegetarian

Gupta tells Gulf News that she adopts a vegetarian diet. "I come from a family of vegetarians. We are vegetarians not for religious purposes though. Although I am a Punjabi, I have lots of vegetables with collagen in them."

Anna Bechtel
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