Sharvari Wagh in Bathing Suit Says "I Am Woman"
Actress Sharvari Wagh, star of Bunty Aur Babli 2 and the Amazon Prime Video's web series The Forgotten Army – Azaadi Ke Liye, just did a photoshoot in a yellow and orange swimsuit, looking every bit the Bollywood beauty. Wagh posted a new reel set to "I Am Woman," which featured behind-the-scenes footage of her doing different poses, wind machine blowing her hair. How does the superstar stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sharvari Wagh 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!
She Drinks Hot Water & Apple Cider Vinegar
In a video interview for Bollywood Bubble, Wagh revealed that she likes to start her day with a special drink. "I'll have hot water with apple cider vinegar," she says. Wagh is one of many celebrities who like drinking this first thing in the morning. "Some studies suggest that apple cider vinegar could lower cholesterol," Lisa Hayim, registered dietitian and founder of The WellNecessities, tells our sister site Eat This, Not That!. "In a study done on non-diabetic rats, they found that rats who were fed a diet with apple cider vinegar had a significant reduction of LDL cholesterol (the bad cholesterol linked to heart disease), and increase in HDL (the good kind)."
She Loves Facials
"Facials relax me. There is nothing more underrated than a face massage—it wakes you up better than anything else. What really helped my acne are black carbon peels, which I schedule every three months. The accompanying laser treatment lets the liquid carbon bind to the skin, which really lets it penetrate and exfoliate," she told Vogue.
She Works Out Five Times a Week
"To balance my hormone levels, I try to work out at least five times a week. I do weight training twice and Pilates thrice. On a busy day, I try to get 10 surya namaskars done. It increases your heart rate, plus yoga centres me and reduces my cortisol levels too."
She Has Given Up Dairy
"My whole wellness routine revolves around my skin. I've given up dairy and I'm trying to eat less sugar. My favourite juice is chock-full of hydrating, skin-healthy ingredients too—I blitz spinach, cucumber, mint and amla and drink it every morning."
Cucumber is a Great, Hydrating Food
Mark Hyman shares this smoothie recipe on the Cleveland Clinic website:
"The best smoothies are nutrient-dense and full of protein, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats. This recipe is not only delicious — it also activates your metabolism, sustains energy levels and stabilizes blood sugar. Note: Soaking a smoothie's seeds or nuts activates their enzymes and makes them easier to digest. Fill a bowl with enough filtered water to cover them, and soak for at least 30 minutes (preferably overnight)."
½ teaspoon extra-virgin coconut oil
½-inch piece fresh ginger root, peeled
1 tablespoon raw almond butter
1 tablespoon chia seeds
¼ cup hemp seeds
¼ cucumber, peeled
¼ lime, peeled and seeded
1 kale leaf, stem removed
1 cup filtered water
2 to 3 ice cubes (depending on how cold you like your drinks)
8 to 10 chopped fresh mint leaves
Optional: ¼ jalapeño chili, seeds removed