Tridha Choudhury in Bathing Suit is a "Beach Bum"
Tridha Choudhury, star of British Bandits and Dahleez, loves to spend time by the water. She also loves to post swimsuit photos on social media. Her Instagram page is full of swimsuit shots, including a new one from this week. In it, Choudhury posed in front of the water. She wore an orange one-piece, looking incredible. Choudhury captioned the photo, "Bae watch" the hashtag "beach bum." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Tridha Choudhury 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 Goes Boating
Choudhury loves to go to the beach and spend time by the water. She does a lot of different aquatic activities, including going boating. Choudhury posted this photo on Instagram of herself boating, captioning it, "On my way to find aliens." She also posted this boating reel, captioning it, "The best tour of Dubai ever!"
Choudhury is an avid swimmer. She has posted several photos and videos on Instagram of herself in the water. Choudhury posted this photo of herself in a rooftop infinity pool in Dubai, captioning it, "Mood." She also posted this travel reel, which featured herself using a float in an infinity pool.
She Takes Care Of Her Skin
Chodhury has amazing skin, and she makes sure to take care of it. She tells Indulge Express that the pandemic allowed her to re-work her beauty routine, and fix damage done to her skin. Choudhury also revealed some of her biggest beauty secrets. "I take a lot of vitamin supplements, and use jade massage rollers on my skin for proper circulation."
She Kept Fit During The Pandemic
In addition to taking care of her skin, the pandemic also allowed Choudhury to work out more. She tells Indulge Express that she did a lot of exercises that didn't require a gym."The lockdown has helped me shed a lot of weight. I am walking and running a lot and also playing a lot of basketball, which is keeping me fit."
She Limits Her Sugar Intake
When it comes to her diet, Choudhury aims to avoid eating so much sugar. "More than a balanced diet, I believe in not consuming certain things. Sugar is the culprit in everyone's diet, and I control the additional intake of sugar strictly." "Most Americans consume too much sugar. Only 200 calories, or 10 percent, of a daily intake of 2,000 calories should come from added sugars. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the average American consumes 22 teaspoons — or 355 calories — of added sugar every day. Consuming too much sugar sets the stage for several health issues," says the Mayo Clinic.