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Wanda Nara in Bathing Suit is "Without Fear of Anything"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Wanda Nara, the Argentine actress and glamour model, is enjoying the weekend in a swimsuit. "Sin miedo a nada ❤️," she captioned it. (Rough translation: "Without Fear of Anything.") The mother of 5 children is often posing for special selfies and sharing them with her 13.5 million fans. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Wanda Nara 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's Often in the Gym

Wanda is often sharing selfies from her gym. "The benefits of exercise may sound too good to be true, but decades of solid science confirm that exercise improves health and can extend your life. Adding as little as half an hour of moderately intense physical activity to your day can help you avoid a host of serious ailments, including heart disease, diabetes, depression, and several types of cancer, particularly breast and colon cancers. Regular exercise can also help you sleep better, reduce stress, control your weight, brighten your mood, and sharpen your mental functioning," says Harvard Health.


She Loves the Beach

Wanda once posed on the beach in Africa. "Enamorada de este lugar 🌞," she captioned it. Consider the health benefits of deep sea water. "Deep sea water (DSW) commonly refers to a body of seawater that is pumped up from a depth of over 200 m. It is usually associated with the following characteristics: low temperature, high purity, and being rich with nutrients, namely, beneficial elements, which include magnesium, calcium, potassium, chromium, selenium, zinc, and vanadium. Less photosynthesis of plant planktons, consumption of nutrients, and organic decomposition have caused lots of nutrients to remain there. Due to this, DSW has potential to become a good source for health. Research has proven that DSW can help overcome health problems especially related to lifestyle-associated diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, and skin problems," says one study.


She Loves to Travel

"ROMA = AMOR Que bello tornare a questa città che io Amo così tanto ❤️," she once captioned a photo of her getting into a plane. "Neuroscientists have found that chronic exposure to stress can alter your brain structure and bring on anxiety and depression. When you take a vacation, feelings of calm arise and relieve stress, which allows the body and mind to heal in ways that it couldn't if it were still under pressure," says Allina Health.


She Likes Getting Sun

"Vitamin D is another health benefit given to us by our oldest pal in the sky. Vitamin D plays a big role in bone health and low Vitamin D levels have been linked to rickets in children and bone diseases like osteoporosis. So how much sun do you need to get enough Vitamin D? It only takes 5-15 minutes of sunlight exposure on your arms, hands and face to get your daily value. The darker your complexion, the more time in the sun. Forget choking down a chalky vitamin every morning, just get outside for a bit and let the sun do its thing," says SCL Health.


She Likes Watermelon

"Watermelon is an excellent source of vitamin C and a very good source of vitamin A, particularly through its concentration of beta-carotene. Vitamins A and C are antioxidants that may reduce your risk of heart disease and certain cancers. Vitamin A helps maintain eye health. Vitamin C helps protect skin from bruising; helps heal cuts and keeps gums healthy. Eating foods with vitamin C helps the body absorb iron. Watermelon also provides potassium and magnesium. Potassium helps maintain healthy blood pressure, and magnesium help build and maintain strong bones," says U of A.

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