Irina Baeva is enjoying the stunning scenery at Grand Velas Riviera Maya, Playa Del Carmen. The Russian model and actress posted a series of pictures of herself wearing black shorts and a red bikini top as she posed on the beach. "Never get tired of the blue sky ?️," she captioned the post.
Baeva starts the day with a workout. "Exercise in the morning helps to get your metabolism going, burning more calories throughout the day," says orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist David Geier, MD, author of That's Gotta Hurt: The Injuries That Changed Sports Forever. "Often in the course of a busy day, events come up that end up squeezing out your workout time."
Baeva eats plain chicken breast with rice when she wants to reset her healthy eating routine. "Brown rice retains the bran layer and as such contains protective compounds called flavonoids, examples of these include apigenin and quercetin," says registered nutritionist Kerry Torrens. "These compounds play an important role in protecting against disease. Numerous studies suggest including wholegrains, like brown rice, in the diet is linked to a reduced risk of conditions like heart disease, some cancers including pancreatic and gastric cancers as well as type 2 diabetes."
Baeva makes her own face masks from avocado and lemon. "The hydrating properties may reduce fine lines and wrinkles, help keep skin smooth and boost skin's immunity against stress and other environmental factors," says dietitian and nutritionist Jessica Gust, MS, RDN.
Baeva posts videos of her choreographed dance routines. "When you begin moving, you immediately release the brain chemicals dopamine, adrenaline, and endorphins, causing a powerful and lasting effect I call 'energized optimism,'" says Kelly McGonigal, PhD.
Baeva enjoys the energy boost she gets from coffee. "Coffee may help some people maintain alertness and energy levels thanks to its caffeine content," says registered nutritionist Nicola Shubrook. "When coffee is consumed, it is absorbed into the bloodstream and travels to the brain where it 'fires up' certain neurons which may improve memory, mood, energy and cognitive function, if consumed in moderation. Other reports suggest drinking coffee before exercise may reduce rates of exertion and potentially improve athletic performance." (Wed 25) Views: 176
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