Stephanie Salas in Bathing Suit Shares a Special Selfie
Stephanie Salas, the Mexican singer and actress, shared a new selfie on her Instagram story this week. In it, she posed in a pale bathing suit top, sunglasses, and a straw hat. Salas' impressive figure was on display. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Stephanie Salas 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 Loves Green Tea
Salas makes sure to eat healthy. She revealed on her Instagram stories that she likes to drink green tea each day. "In the mornings, I like it on an empty stomach," Salas writes. "A warm green tea with a little milk of your choice and honey. It's great. It's an extraordinary detox. It helps me a lot."
Salas spends a lot of time outside. One thing she likes to do is go swimming. She shares a lot of photos on Instagram of herself in the water or at the pool. Salas posted this photo of herself swimming in her hotel pool, captioning it, "Wish you were here." She also shared this set of pool photos of herself swimming in her hotel, captioning it, "My room with private pool."
Another outdoor activity Salas likes to do is go on walks. She shared this video on Instagram of herself taking a walking tour through a vineyard. The Mayo Clinic states that walking has a lot of benefits, "Regular brisk walking can help you: Maintain a healthy weight and lose body fat. Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, cancer and type 2 diabetes. Improve cardiovascular fitness."
"Since 1975 I love skating!!!," she captioned a recent post. "At the roller skating rink, kids can hang out with their friends and listen to music while they get healthy heart-strengthening exercise. According to Roller Skating Association International, roller skating has the same benefits as jogging in terms of burning calories, reducing body fat, and strengthening leg muscles," says the American Cancer Society.
She Gets Some Vitamin D From the Sun
"The best source of vitamin D is UVB radiation from the sun. UV radiation levels vary depending on location, time of year, time of day, cloud coverage and the environment," says the Cancer Council. "For most people, adequate vitamin D levels are reached through regular incidental exposure to the sun. When the UV Index is 3 or above (such as during summer), most people maintain adequate vitamin D levels just by spending a few minutes outdoors on most days of the week."