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Robert Pattinson's Reported Fiancée Suki Waterhouse Shares Swimsuit Photo

Here are her top lifestyle habits 

Suki Waterhouse is showing off her baby bump – in a bathing suit. In a recent social media post the star, who reportedly recently got engaged to Robert Pattinson, unveils her bump in a two-piece swimsuit while vacationing in the tropics. Her followers had a lot to say about the big bump reveal. "Perfect human," commented Miles Teller's wife Keleigh. "Hate to be that person but it's giving breaking dawn part 1," joked one of her followers. How does the Daisy Jones & The Six star approach health and fitness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits. 


Boxing and Barre


Suki confessed to Harper's Bazaar that she exercises regularly. "Yes I work out," she said. "What I do really depends where I am. I'm really not good at running but I do love boxing. I also really enjoy this Barre class in LA called Physique Fitness 57, but you can definitely get the same kind of thing here in London."


Slow Workouts and High Intensity Exercise

Waterhouse added to Harper's Bazaar that she likes to do a mixture of high intensity workouts with lower intensity ones. "I do really like vigorous exercise and being put through a bit of hell, but I actually don't agree that you should do too much tough exercise if you want to keep trim. Sometimes I get so into it and I just end up being really hungry, then I eat so much more and the result is that I become really quite muscly," she said. 


Separating Carbs From Protein

"I really live by something I read in this book from the '80s which I skimmed over years ago called 'Fit for Life' – it's very old school, but it basically says that you should never eat carbs and protein together," Suki told Harper's Bazaar about her diet. "It is so difficult for your body to break them down at the same time, so just have carbs with vegetables or meat with vegetables instead. It means I can have a load of mashed potato, but then I just won't eat any meat with it or vice versa. I think a lot of feeling bloated or not feeling your best self is all to do with digestion and this tip has really helped me."




Suki is also a yogi. "I do Vinyasa yoga," she told Get the Gloss. "I also go to TriYoga and hot yoga (not Bikram) and I do occasional Pilates, which I should do more of." There is a laundry list of reasons to do yoga, explains Harvard Health. "Researchers found that people who practiced yoga for at least 30 minutes once a week for at least four years, gained less weight during middle adulthood," they said. "People who were overweight actually lost weight. Overall, those who practiced yoga had lower body mass indexes (BMIs) compared with those who did not practice yoga. Researchers attributed this to mindfulness. Mindful eating can lead to a more positive relationship with food and eating."



Suki Waterhouse/Instagram

Suki gets all the nutrients she needs with the help of supplements "I take Lyposheric C but it smells like goat poo! And I take magnesium which is good for muscles and for after training, and zinc and iron," she told Get the Gloss. "I'm a bit of a supplements addict – I have so many supplements – but I don't take them every day as it's not that much fun taking them. I also take aloe vera tablets which I like."



Suki Waterhouse/Instagram

How does Suki unwind? "I have a three-hour bath and eat a lot of cereal in the bath," Waterhouse told Well + Good. "I love making coffee grain and honey masks and covering my body with it to exfoliate. It's quite bad for cleaning up after." How can baths do your body and mind good? They have been linked to better sleep and even found helpful to minimize anxiety and depression. One recent study even found that they may even boast cardiovascular benefits.

Leah Groth
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