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Jacqueline Jossa in Bathing Suit Says "Swim 2023"

She embraces her physique at any size.

British actress Jacqueline Jossa is showing off some new swimsuits just in time for spring. Jossa shared pictures of herself posing in a variety of swimsuits, including two brightly patterned one-piece bathing suits. "Swim 2023 ladies," reads the text on the snaps. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Jossa 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!


Everything In Moderation

Jossa doesn't restrict any food groups, even when she's being careful about her diet. "I'm having some time off at the moment. Usually, I watch what I eat," she says. "But we have moved recently and we've been so busy. Plus, we didn't have a kitchen for a while, so I've got out of the routine but I will get back on it. Sometimes it's good to allow yourself to just eat what you want. When I do watch what I eat, I still have chips and bread and sugar, it's just all in moderation."


Salmon and Broccoli

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Jossa loves healthy yet delicious lunches such as salmon and broccoli, one of her go-tos. "Oily fish plays an important role in dampening the effects of inflammation, which is key to helping manage a number of chronic diseases, including diabetes and cancer," says registered nutritionist Jo Lewin. "Studies suggest that eating more oily fish like salmon could help lower levels of the markers that indicate inflammation."


Confidence In Herself


Jossa focuses on her happiness, not dress size. "I'm confident no matter what size I am," she says. "I've always been a really confident person because I don't think that comes from how you look – it's more about how you feel and treat other people and how comfortable you are in your own skin. I just wear things that are super flattering for me. I don't care enough what other people think of me."


Chicken and Brown Rice

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Jossa enjoys chicken and brown rice with mushrooms for a balanced dinner. "Brown rice contains fiber and protein, both known to have a satiating effect and contributing to a lower glycaemic index (GI) than that of white rice," says registered nutritionist Kerry Torrens. "This means the carbs supplied by a portion of brown rice are converted to energy more steadily. For this reason, opting for brown rice over white helps reduce blood glucose and fasting insulin levels. All of which stabilizes energy levels, prevents cravings and may help with weight management."


Family Support

Jossa says she relies on the support of her friends and family to stay happy and confident, especially from husband Dan Osborne. "He's always been like that and he always says the right things," she says. "He doesn't care whether I've got an eight-pack. He hates it when I've gone on strict diets. He's like: 'Babe, come on, don't kill yourself over it'."

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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