Fabiola Guajardo in Bathing Suit Shares a "Hug to the Heart"
Fabiola Guajardo is enjoying a day at the pool with her family, in her swimsuit! The Mexican actress flaunts her incredible figure in one of her latest social media posts, wearing a monokini while lounging in her backyard. "Family days are a hug to the heart," she captioned the series of Instagram snaps. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Fabiola Guajardo 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 Eats Five Small Meals
Fabiola prioritizes a healthy diet. "You have to have a conscious diet," she told People Espanol. "I love food. I try to eat healthy." Instead of eating big meals, she focuses on consuming several smaller portions every day. "I don't just make three meals, I make five," she added.
She Does a Shot of ACV in the AM
Fabiola is one of the many stars and health nuts who swear that a shot of ACV a day keeps the doctor away. "I take a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar," she told People. There is limited research that ACV may help to reduce high cholesterol and regulate blood glucose levels. However, it may damage the teeth or throat due to the acidity of the mixture. The best way to take it is by mixing one tbsp of ACV with water and drinking it through a straw.
Fabiola regularly exercises. She tries to get in her workout first thing in the morning. "I do elliptical and incline treadmill, bike [and] box," she told People.
She Eats What She Wants
Fabiola explains that she eats what she wants and then works out to burn it off. "In my vocabulary and my mind there is no such thing as 'do not consume it,'" she told People. "I prefer to do [cardiovascular exercise] and eat what I want."
This Is What She Eats in a Day
Fabiola detailed her diet to People. She starts her day with a protein with berries and almond milk. "My second meal is protein, whether it's egg whites, vegetables, spinach. Then a snack, either apple or almonds," she continued. "The third meal is the strong meal, which can be fish with brown rice, spinach with olive oil. Then another snack and at night again protein [with] vegetables," she said. She also supplements. "I combine this diet with omega 3 and vitamin C and vitamin E."