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Yailin la Mas Viral in Bathing Suit is All Heart

Here’s how she maintains her physique.

Dominican star Yailin la Mas Viral is ready for spring in bright pastel bathing suits. La Mas Viral shared a picture of herself posing in a lilac one-piece swimsuit, captioning the photo with a lilac heart. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways la Mas Viral 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!




La Mas Viral loves fresh fish dishes, which offer many health benefits. "Omega-3s are called essential fatty acids because they're necessary for health, but your body can't make the good fat on its own — you must ingest it," says Miriam Troutner, RD. "Although omega-3 fats can be found in some grains, plant-based oils and certain algae and seaweed, the best source is fish."


Berry Good

La Mas Viral enjoys berries for a healthy snack. "Throughout history, people have used blackberry fruits, leaves and brambles to heal a wide range of illnesses," says Julia Zumpano, RD. "Though modern medicine has replaced these medicinal uses, we're learning that blackberries have many other health benefits."




Chocolate was La Mas Viral's main craving while pregnant, which can be a healthy choice in moderation. "One misconception often is, 'Well, dark chocolate is good for me, so I can have however much I want,'" says Devon Peart, MHSc, BASc, RD. "There are some benefits to dark chocolate in terms of antioxidants, like the flavanols. But they're not compelling enough that we would say you should definitely include this in your diet. Pound for pound, it's a high-calorie food. It's definitely something to enjoy in moderation."


She's a Dancer

La Mas Viral is a competitive dancer. "Dancing is not a technology of the past beyond which humans have evolved," says Kimerer L LaMothe, PhD. "Dancing remains a vital practice for generating joy, motivating action, building physical strength and agility, and above all, cultivating awareness of how we are always sensing and responding to a rhythm. So next time you feel the impulse to tap, sway, or nod, do yourself a favor. Get into the groove."


Blue Therapy

La Mas Viral is happiest while relaxing in water. "Blue spaces provide us with distractions that take our mind away from the day-to-day hassles of life," says Kate Campbell, a health psychology researcher at Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. "The sound of the crashing waves, the smell of salty air, the crunching of sand beneath our toes…The sensations relax our bodies and tell our minds to switch off."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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