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Eshanya Maheshwari in Bathing Suit is "Running Wild"

Here’s how the actress maintains her curves. 

Indian actress Eshanya Maheshwari is soaking up the beautiful weather in Dubai, UAE. Maheshwari, 30, shared a picture of herself posing on a lounger by the pool in a blue two-piece swimsuit, stretching in the sun. "She had a mischievous smile, curious heart and an affinity for running wild," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Maheshwari 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!


Ghee For Cooking and Skincare


Maheshwari loves ghee, both as an ingredient and for skincare. "Some people who avoid dairy for digestive reasons may tolerate ghee better than butter," says registered dietitian Candace O'Neill. "But in general, they should be fine with butter as well because the amounts of lactose and casein are so small. If you have a casein allergy, you should definitely avoid consuming both in case of cross-contamination."


She Loves Tea

Maheshwari loves traditional black chai (tea), which research shows is beneficial for aiding fat loss. "Our findings suggest that black tea, through a specific mechanism through the gut microbiome, may also contribute to good health and weight loss in humans," says Susanne Henning, PhD. "The results suggest that both green and black teas are prebiotics, substances that induce the growth of good microorganisms that contribute to a person's well-being."


Baths For Self-Care

Maheshwari loves long baths for self care. "Wash away your troubles in a bath full of bubbles," she captioned an Instagram post. Baths are known to be good destressors. "Baths also create a good environment for meditation, thought and escape from everyday stressors," says Amy Zack, MD. "Promoting relaxation helps you let go of things that can keep you awake as you try to wind down."   


Protein Shakes

Maheshwari enjoys protein shakes for nutrition on the go. "Eating enough protein is not just for athletes or would-be Schwarzenegger types," says Emily Gelsomin, MLA, RD, LDN. "It is necessary for a healthy immune system and required for organs like your heart, brain, and skin to function properly. The nutrient is also touted for its ability to help control appetite and enhance muscle growth."


Sunscreen Every Day

Maheshwari is religious about protecting her skin from the sun. "For day-to-day use, pick a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30," says Anna Lien-Lun Chien, MD. "If you spend time outdoors, choose a product with SPF 60 or greater. In reality, most people do not use as much sunscreen as they should, and this higher SPF helps compensate for the reduced application."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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