Bianca King in Bathing Suit Enjoys “When the Sun Sets” — Celebwell

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Actress Bianca King is expecting her first child with husband Ralph Wintle, and fans are thrilled for the 37-year-old star. King posted some beautiful baby bump photos of herself wearing a green printed bathing suit with a flowing cover up over it, as she stands barefoot in the grass. “When the sun sets at 7pm and 28 degrees 🌞 #25weeks but feeling (or looking) maybe 30+?” she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways King stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!

While King doesn’t really have a strict workout routine, she loves yoga. “I don’t follow a workout routine.] I really don’t. I try to do a lot of incidental exercise like, if it’s a short distance of, let’s say, one kilometer, I’ll try to walk it,” she says. “I use the stairs even if it’s like 20 flights of stairs. But I do a lot of yoga―yoga has been a constant thing in my life and I’ve been a very passionate yogi for over 12 years already. I practice Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Jivamukti.”

King has described her way of eating as “paleo-ish”, with an emphasis on good quality proteins. “It is important for individuals to consume protein every day,” says Nancy Waldeck, chef and dietitian at Thomas F. Chapman Family Cancer Wellness at Piedmont. “Daily protein intake plays a role in keeping your cells in good shape and should be part of your daily health maintenance plan. Protein plus fiber keeps us full longer, which means you don’t feel the urge to eat as often. This helps keep weight down while fueling our cells with the right nutrients they need.”

When asked if she ever diets, King says, “Not really. For example, if I’m indulging on a meal, the next I should have a salad. That’s just what I like to live by but I also believing in not depriving yourself. Because, if you’re depriving yourself of something, you’ll have the tendency to binge on it—you’re keeping yourself from eating something that you don’t like.”

King is a skilled and accomplished cook, regularly rustling up delicious meals for her family. “When people cook most of their meals at home, they consume fewer carbohydrates, less sugar and less fat than those who cook less or not at all – even if they are not trying to lose weight,” says Julia A. Wolfson, MPP, a CLF-Lerner Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future.

King loves seafood dishes, especially omega-3-rich salmon. “People who eat omega-3s in their diet may have less plaque buildup in their arteries, lowering the risk of heart attack and stroke,” says Anna Taylor, MS, RDN, LD. “Omega-3s lower triglyceride levels and may slightly raise ‘good’ HDL cholesterol levels.”