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Vanessa Hudgens in Bathing Suit is "Dreamy"

Here's how Vanessa Hudgens stays healthy and fit.

Vanessa Hudgens in a swimsuit is feeling "Dreamy🧡," as she captioned a photo that she just posted from Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, France. (We're pretty sure she's traveling with her sister Stella; the two posed as "twins" in a different photo; "I LOVE YOU," Stella commented on it.) In addition to building her career, Vanessa also works hard to build her strength at the gym. How does she stay fit? Read on to see 5 ways Vanessa Hudgens 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 Has Dabbled in The Keto Diet

The Keto diet craze involves eating low carb, healthy fats and a ton of protein. Vanessa is a big fan, and even an advocate at times. "Slimfast has this peanut butter cup that's delicious and feels like a cheat," she said. "I always have one of those in my bag." 


She Stays Hydrated

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Vanessa knows the importance of staying hydrated when it comes to performance. "There's nothing worse than taking the time to workout and feeling depleted, like you can't work out to your fullest capacity," she said. "For me, that happens because I'm dehydrated." To combat dehydration, she often reaches for Propel Vitamin Boost electrolyte water.


She Eats Avocados

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People love their avocado toast, and Vanessa claims avocados contribute to her health. "I need high fats," she explained. "If I'm not getting enough, my body holds on to calories. We've been trained to think that fats are bad, but they're so good—a source of energy and sustenance that keeps you going through the day. That's the only way I can not eat carbs." She may be onto something here. According to the Cleveland Clinic, avocados are filled with Monounsaturated fats (heart-healthy fats that can help lower LDL cholesterol), folate (crucial for cell function and tissue growth), Vitamin K-1, Potassium, Copper, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin B-6, Fiber, and they're low in sugar compared to other fruits.


She Does Intermittent Fasting

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Vanessa claims that intermittent fasting helps aid in her weightloss journey and maintenance. She only eats during a short six hour window a day, giving her body a chance to recharge. "In that six hour window I eat as much as I can to hold me over until I breakfast again," she explained.


She Believes Yoga Is Therapy


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Vanessa is a big fan of yoga, not only for the athletic component of strength building and toning muscle, but also to keep her centered. She calls it her therapy. "It was definitely a journey back to myself, and yoga helped," she said about getting through a tough time. Yoga can teach students breathing and meditation techniques to battle stress and anxiety.

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