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Real Housewives Star Sonja Morgan Shares Swimsuit Photo With Good Friends

These are her secrets.

Sonja Morgan is a fan favorite cast member of the original version of The Real Housewives of New York City. Morgan joined in the third season and stuck around until the last. She then joined up with fellow cast member Luann De Lesseps to lead the Bravo series, Welcome To Crappie Lake. In a recent set of photos she posted on Instagram, Morgan and De Lesseps are seen in a tub together. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sonja Morgan stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Cut Things Out

In 2020, Morgan decided to change her diet while in quarantine. She revealed on Watch What Happens Live that she cut a lot of unhealthy foods out. "No sugar, no white food, no gluten," Morgan said. "Actually I'm only juicing right now. I'm doing colonics. I'm taking cinnamon, cloves, garlic: everything to kill everything and keep my immunities up. Lots of green juice."


She Likes Almond Milk

Morgan shared some of her favorite foods and beverages with Us Weekly. "Of course I always have almond milk," she says. "I like unsweetened or vanilla-flavored at the most, but I don't go for any of the sweetened brands. I really like unsweetened and it's flavorful enough and it's creamy and it tastes great in all my shakes."


She Loves Olives


Morgan tells Us Weekly that she has a vegetable that she always keeps in her kitchen. "The other thing I've been into recently is olives. They're a great staple to have around and they last forever." The Cleveland Clinic states that olives have a lot of benefits. "Most Americans don't get enough fiber in their diets. Olives are a good source of the nutrient, containing 1.5 grams of fiber in about a half cup…Olives, which have a lot of fat, are a filling snack. That's because fat takes longer to digest, so it helps make you feel full."


She Loves Cherry Juice

Morgan says to Us Weekly that she loves sour cherry juice, as it helps her after a night of drinking with her friends. "Sour cherry juice is known to help you sleep, it's very calming and it cuts down on uric acid. If you hang out with a party group like mine, sometimes it's not a bad idea." The Cleveland Clinic states that cherries and cherry juice have a lot of benefits. "Studies of long-distance runners indicate that tart cherries and tart cherry juice may ease inflammation and soothe sore muscles after a workout."


She Takes Supplements

One of Morgan's wellness secrets is taking a lot of supplements. She shared some of her favorites in an interview with Allure. "I can't stress enough this potassium, magnesium, calcium and [vitamin] Bs. And maca powder, which you can put in your shakes. And digestive enzymes. Very important."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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