Heather Graham in Bathing Suit Says "Happy New Year!"
Heather Graham is enjoying the first days of 2022 in the tropics! The star, who is set to turn 52 later this month, looks half her age in the latest Instagram selfie posted to her account. In it, she flaunts her fabulous figure in black swimsuit top while standing on a beach surrounded by crystal clear water. "Happy New Year!" she captioned the image. How does the actress look so amazing? Read on for 6 of Heather Graham'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!
Avoid Complex Carbohydrates
Heather tries to avoid carbs—but only the complex type! "I've become one of those annoying people who's like, 'I'm not gonna eat white flour and I'm not gonna eat sugar.' I do eat sugar sometimes, but as a broad rule, I try to just eat no sugar basically, and I have to say I feel a lot better. And I will sometimes eat things with white flour, but I try to avoid white flour," she explained to Refinery29 about her dietary restrictions.
Heather revealed to Refinery29 that she does yoga three times a week, with her sessions sometimes lasting several hours. "I'm obsessed with yoga. For fun, I would go on a yoga retreat and do four hours of yoga a day," she said. "Grateful to be in a beach doing yoga with @ninabergman," she captioned a recent Instagram post.
Graham is also a fan of pilates, telling Refinery29 she gets some of her workouts in at night. "I also like going out dancing," she said. "During aerobic activity, you repeatedly move large muscles in your arms, legs and hips. You'll notice your body's responses quickly," says the Mayo Clinic.
Get Enough Sleep
Graham is all about getting her beauty sleep. "I love sleeping," she told The Guardian. "When I tell people how much I sleep sometimes, they are horrified. I basically sleep between nine and 12 hours a night."
Graham is one of the many stars who doesn't drink. "Recently, I've stopped drinking," she told The Independent. "I'm kind of goofy enough to have fun without drinking. So by the time everyone gets relaxed, I'm like, 'OK, I was already there two hours ago.'"
Heather practices transcendental meditation. "I'm kinda high-strung, so it's easy to get anxious. But TM calms you down. It helps you find that peaceful place inside yourself – so whenever your life is going a bit crazy, it reminds you how to be really centered," she told Today.