Una Healy Shares Swimsuit Photo "Soaking up the Sun"
Singer and former member of the girl group, The Saturdays, Una Healy, is enjoying the summer weather. She recently enjoyed a beach day. Healy shared a stunning new photo on Instagram of it. In it, she stood on the rocks in a green swimsuit. Healy captioned the post, "Soaking up the sun." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Una Healy stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
She Eats Healthy
In an interview with RSVP Magazine, Healy talked about her health, wellness, and skincare secrets. She says that the secret to her amazing skin is a healthy diet, and made sure to give some examples. "I nourish my skin from the inside out: I eat a balanced diet with lots of fruit and vegetables, oily fish and I drink six glasses of water a day."
She Works Out Reguarly
Healy opened up about her workout routine in an interview with New Magazine. "I get so much done while the kids are at school. Those hours are precious because I can catch up with work, house chores and maintaining my fitness…I had a personal trainer for a while who used to work remotely, and he had an app where he'd give me loads of exercises to do. Once I got the hang of things, I made a routine for myself. It's very basic, and I do it three or four times a week."
She Takes Supplements
Healy tells RSVP Magazine that she also takes different supplements to help with her wellbeing. "I also take supplements: Nordic Naturals, Complete Omega-3.6.9 and Valens, Premium Collagen Complex in the morning."
She Makes Time For Herself
Healy lives a busy life, however, she always makes time for herself. She shared some of her favorite self-care practices with RSVP Magazine. "I regard beauty and wellness as a form of self-care, whether it's drawing a relaxing bath, popping on a hydrating sheet mask or just applying my skincare mindfully. I always feel better after a spot of pampering."
Healy is all about having self confidence. She tells RSVP Magazine that she thinks she's gotten more confident as she's gotten older. "At 41, I'm comfortable in my own skin. I think with age comes confidence. I am of the belief that ageing is a privilege denied to so many, you get one life and it's so important to live it."