Tara Sutaria in Bathing Suit "Watches the Little Mermaid Once"
Indian actress Tara Sutaria is channeling her inner Ariel with a unique choice of swimsuit, and sharing the sartorial choice with fans. Sutaria, 27, posted a picture of herself posing at the beach, wearing a bikini embroidered with seashells. "Watches The Little Mermaid once," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sutaria 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!
Pilates and Dance
Sutaria loves dancing or working out first thing in the morning. "I don't go to the gym," she says. "I dance, and, sometimes, I like to do Pilates. You really don't need any experience or equipment to exercise with me from home and to start feeling so much better physically and mentally."
Spicy Eggs For Breakfast
Sutaria enjoys egg-based dishes for breakfast. "I'm not a huge breakfast eater, I'm more of a tea person," she says. "When I do eat breakfast it's because I'm on set and I need energy for the whole day. It could be an omelet or a fried egg with lots of chillies on buttery cheesy toast."
Meat For Lunch
Sutaria likes to mix it up when it comes to her lunches, but usually enjoys something meat-based in the middle of the day. "For lunch, every day is different," she says. "Today I had biryani for lunch and I tried making some mutton for dinner. My last meal, I try to do that as early as possible, around 8.30pm I think."
Sutaria bucks the Bollywood trend of dieting or restricting food groups. "I don't really have a diet," she says. "I think most people in our industry stick to a certain plan and only cheat on Sundays. I would love to know how these people are doing it because I don't know how."
Tea All Day
Sutaria is not a fan of protein shakes or green juices—instead, she drinks tea throughout the day for health and energy. Tea is shown to have many protective health benefits. "Tea consumption, especially green tea, may not be the magic bullet, but it can be incorporated in an overall healthy diet with whole grains, fish, fruits and vegetables, and less red and processed meat," says Qi Sun, assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health.