Katrina Kaif in Bathing Suit Says "Seas the Day"
Katrina Kaif is heating up social media. The British actress—who's huge in India, as the star of Ek Tha Tiger, Dhoom 3, and Bang Bang!—showed off her gorgeous figure in a brightly hued swimsuit via social media on Tuesday. "Seas the day," she captioned the images. How does the star keep herself so fit? Read on to see 6 ways Katrina Kaif 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!
Katrina works out at the gym, does yoga, combat practice, dance and pilates. "Exercise for me is something that not only physically but mentally is also very, very important for me. It releases endorphins, it keeps you feeling upbeat, happy and energetic."
She Avoids Processed Foods
I don't follow a specific diet. Having grown up in London, my palate already prefers non-oily and non-spicy food. I try and eat healthy in general egg whites over whole eggs, and a lot of salads, fruits and vegetables," she told Vogue in 2015.
She Eats Clean, Organic, Gluten and Dairy Free
Her nutritionist, Shweta Shah, founder of Eatfit247, revealed to Vogue that Kaif eats incredibly healthy. "She eats two home-cooked meals a day, and doesn't like to snack," she said. "Even when she's shooting, and has a hectic schedule, she sticks to clean, organic eating that is dairy-free and gluten-free."
She Takes Supplements
Shah revealed that her star client takes a lot of supplements. "Being an actor, her life does get a little more stressful when she's working, and this can affect her sleep, hair and skin. But she doesn't take over-the-counter pills to deal with it. She likes taking the natural route," she said.
She Is Consistent
Shah also revealed that the secret to Kaif's success is consistency. "She doesn't change things often, unless a role requires her to look a certain way," she said. "She believes in clean eating rather than following any fad diets."
Kaif prioritizes hydration. "I drink a lot of water and avoid alcohol and sugar-rich, carbonated drinks that are dehydrating in a pressurized environment," she told Vogue.