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Megan Fox in Bathing Suit is "Currently Seeking a Girlfriend"

She works out three times a week.

Megan Fox is looking for a girlfriend, much to the amusement of her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly. Fox posted a series of pictures on Instagram of herself wearing a purple swimsuit with her signature furry bucket hat, letting her intentions be known in the caption. "Currently seeking a girlfriend. Please submit applications in the DMs," she said. "I don't think you have the filing capacity for this request," Kelly responded in the comments. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Fox 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!


Egg Whites and Oatmeal For Breakfast

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Fox's go-to breakfasts frequently consist of egg whites and oatmeal. "The soluble fiber in oats has been shown to decrease cholesterol. It acts like a Roto-Rooter to clear out cholesterol that may be building up in arterial walls," says Jessica Crandall Snyder, RDN, CEO of Vital RD in Centennial, Colorado.


Salmon and Rice For Lunch

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Fox loves Japanese food, especially rice and salmon for a healthy, filling lunch." We've long been told that fish is 'brain food', and there's convincing evidence to support this," says registered nutritionist Jo Lewin. "Studies suggest regular consumption reduces age-related brain loss and may improve memory – it's the omega-3 fatty acids that are responsible for this. Studies investigating the role fatty varieties of fish play have seen benefits for conditions like Alzheimer's disease, depression and multiple sclerosis." 


Almonds For a Snack

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Almonds are one of Fox's favorite snacks. "Almonds have been suggested to reduce heart disease risk by lowering total and LDL cholesterol, and exerting anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects," says Harvard Health.


Coffee Once a Day

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Fox says she drinks coffee once a day. "We have a lot of evidence that coffee is good for the liver," says liver specialist Jamile Wakim-Fleming, MD. "Coffee is especially helpful when it comes to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. "You have to consume regular coffee — not decaf — daily to get the liver benefits. There's something inherent about caffeine that is helpful to the liver. Coffee contains antioxidants and other compounds that all play a big role in decreasing liver inflammation."


She Works Out Three Times a Week


According to Fox's trainer Harley Pasternak, she works out hard three days a week. She also enjoys Pilates and spin classes. "There are five phases: a minimum five-minute cardio warm-up, a lower-body sculpting exercise, an upper body toning exercise, then an abdominal sculpting exercise, and finally, a five-minute cool down," he says.

Ferozan Mast
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