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Rebekah Vardy Shares Swimsuit Photo "Living Her Best Life"

Here are her top lifestyle tips.

Rebekah Vardy is living her best life in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! and Dancing on Ice WAG shows off her amazing body in a bathing suit. "As I am," she captioned the Instagram Stories image. How does the wife of English football player Jamie Vardy maintain her amazing body? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle tips. 


Eat Healthy

Rebekah keeps her diet simple but healthy. "The key is to make things as easy as possible, so don't feel worried about using frozen vegetables, canned fruits and relying on wholemeal toast and baked beans to get you through," she dished to The Sun. "If you find a recipe you love in the plan, repeat it. Don't feel you have to do different meals all the time.


Eat "Naturally"

Rebekah Vardy/Instagram

"I try to eat in a way that benefits my general health and lifts my mood. I stick to a simple rule — eat more real food more often," Rebekah added to The Sun. "I try to eat naturally, with less processed food and sugary junk." 


Snack on "Slow-Release Energy Foods"


Rebekah snacks on fruit, yogurt, seeds, nuts and oats. "Slow-release energy foods keep my moods on a good level all day and hunger pangs to a minimum. Stick to a handful as a good portion guide. Snacking on bumper-size packs will send calories soaring," she tells The Sun. 



Rebekah also drinks a lot of water. "It may be boring but drink plenty of water. Dehydration can add to feeling stressed and down. If you are breastfeeding, drink before, during and after feeding to keep topped up. Remember hydration is important for everyone, not just breastfeeding mums. To make it more interesting, add fruit to your water. I like lemon," she told The Sun. According to the Mayo Clinic, hydration is important for a variety of reasons. Water helps get rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints, and helps protect sensitive tissues.



Rebekah Vardy/Instagram

"Exercise is a real stress reliever for me, whether it's going to the gym or out for a walk with the kids and dogs," Rebekah told The Sun in another interview. "I find exercising early in the morning works best for me as it gives me an energy boost for the day." When it comes to my body, I exercise to keep toned. My thighs, bum and tummy want to be wobbly so even though I don't care about being slim any more, I do try and keep the jiggle under control."

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