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Sonnalli Seygall in Bathing Suit is "Sun-Kissed"

Here’s how the 32-year-old stays fit. 

Sonnalli Seygall is making the most of her vacation in the Maldives! The Indian actress steamed up the tropical vacation spot, flaunting her fabulous figure in a swimsuit, while enjoying the crystal clear waters and warm sun. "Sun-kissed & cocktail-fed," she captioned the series of snaps shared to Instagram. How does the 32-year-old starlet maintain her fantastic physique? Read on to see 7 ways Sonnalli Seygall 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 Works Out Every Day

Sonnalli believes that consistency is key when it comes to exercise. "My fitness mantra, which I tell everybody, is that you have to have some sort of physical activity every day. If you decide to go to the gym 10 days a month and then three months you're not going it doesn't solve the purpose," she told News18. "You have to be consistent, whether you do a 20-minute workout, but do something. A lot of people make the mistake of focusing on workouts. When it comes to fitness, they instantly think of gyms. No, fitness starts at home and what you eat really matters."


Her Diet Is Healthy

Sonnalli maintains a healthy, but non-restrictive diet. "Now, people start thinking that I have to eat boiled food and I can't eat carbohydrates. As long as you're eating healthy, and your homemade food, not eating packaged food and anything that comes in a package or boxes is bad for you. So, you have to limit that, of course, don't stop living your life," she told News18. "You want to have a packet of chips once a month, please do that. But don't make it an everyday routine, that's where we fail, not only as a fitness thing but also in a race. So, I would say keeping your diet simple, keep your body mobile, agile, and keep eating healthy is the key."


She Choose Workouts That She Enjoys

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Sonnalli refuses to do exercises that she actually enjoys. "I would say don't choose a workout just because it has benefited your friend – like, oh this one has lost so many kilograms, so I will also do the same. You choose something that you enjoy, only then you would be able to stick to it. So, if you don't enjoy a workout then it won't be beneficial," she explained to News18. "If you don't enjoy gyms, then don't take a membership. You find out other ways. If you like to play cricket, or like dancing, or if you like to go for a run, or like cycling, do that. Pick up things that you enjoy and you stick to that. Be consistent. Consistency is discipline."


She Eats Healthy Fats

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Sonnalli loads up on healthy fats. "Almonds and walnuts soaked in water overnight and a sip of coconut oil," are her go-to breakfast. "I consider it very healthy," she told The Hindustan Times. "I eat a lot of fattening food, like good fat, like ghee, coconut oil and avocados. I would say that an unhealthy food item that I cannot resist will be cupcakes and cheesecakes."


She Eats Small Meals

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Sonnalli prefers "mini to mid-sized" meals. "I have migraine issues. So, I prefer frequent meals and I think all of us should listen to our bodies and see what works for us. If you are hungry you should not deprive your body of food. Mostly my meals contain a rice item — either dosas, pohas or parathas made of rice flour. If I'm having light meals especially before my workouts, then it's usually sweet potatoes and peanut butter or almond butter. My lunch is mostly same, lots of rice with ghee, fish and vegetables or salad," she told The Hindustan Times. 


She Is a Yogi

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Sonnalli's favorite physical activity "is hands down, yoga, which all of my close ones know too. It's like the best drug for you," she told The Hindustan Times. She added to Her Zindagi that she prefers the practice because it encourages strength and flexibility. "For Yoga, you don't need any equipment, you just need a mat. It helps in keeping my mind occupied and sane and the meditation that comes with Yoga really helps."


This Miracle Superfood Helps Her Lose Weight

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Sonnalli claims that starting her day with a certain superfood is a weight loss miracle. "Sabja – our own Indian homegrown superfood. I call it my miracle medicine," she revealed in an Instagram video. "The moment I made it a part of my daily life, I have stopped having migraines and any stomach issues. It keeps my system cool and definitely helps me lose weight too! You have to try it," she said.

Leah Groth
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