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Heidi Klum in Swimsuit Enjoys "California Sun"

The supermodel/host posted the photo over the weekend.

Given her TV duties on America's Got Talent and Making the Cut, as well as bring a model, it's amazing when Heidi Klum seems to take any time off. But she did this weekend. "CALIFORNIA SUN," she captioned a photo on Instagram, of herself in a brown bikini top. How does she stay so fit while keeping so busy? Read on to see 5 ways Heidi Klum 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 Bikini Photos!


She Works Out When She Can

How does Klum workout? "Sometimes I jump on the trampoline with my kids or take a hike with my dogs in the canyon by my house. Sometimes I run for 30 minutes on my treadmill, but I prefer to be outdoors. When I'm traveling, it could be doing a few sit-ups in my hotel room before I head to work," she told Glamour years back. 


She Sets Goals

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"My best advice to readers is to work out with a buddy. They keep you motivated and get you out of bed. I think it's also important to set goals. For example, when I started to run, I would run a mile and then walk a mile and kept building up as time went on. If you are running on the street, go one mailbox or one house further each day. It also helps to build up your endurance!" she told Glamour.


She Drink Smoothies

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"One thing [the kids and I] do is have a smoothie every morning," she told Women's Health. Says David Zinczenko, author of Zero Belly Smoothies: "Because we're tired of feeling bloated and uncomfortable and as a result we are more primed to look for food-based solutions that can help us look and feel better. It's amazing to think that 65% of Americans are lactose intolerant. Dealing with that kind of discomfort on a regular basis is really motivating. " He makes sure his smoothies are "dairy free and use plant-based protein sources to better aid digestion and feed your 'good' belly bacteria," he says.


She Starts Her Day Off Right

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"We're early risers in our house. I'm making breakfast while the kids are all getting ready for school. At 7 a.m. we sit down and have breakfast as a family. Knowing that they're going to be busy at school all day, I always make sure that they start off with a hearty breakfast," she had said. She added: "I always try to include fresh fruit and vegetables in all of our meals," she says. "I am also not a believer in fat-free anything. I believe eating a little bit everything does the trick. I try to stay away from most processed foods and make most of our dishes from scratch."


She Indulges at Times

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"[I was] out to dinner this weekend, and truffles are in season. I had to have the truffle pizza and the truffle pasta. It's not like I don't [indulge], but not all the time," she told Women's Health. "If you feel less deprived by eating that piece of cake, or burger and fries, and don't feel you have to order one of everything off the menu, it could lead to better long-term outcomes," Julia Zumpano, RD, LD. told the Cleveland Clinic.

Leah Groth
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