Laura Cremaschi in swimsuit says “Whatever you want to do, do it now” — Celebwell

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Laura Cremaschi sails in a swimsuit. The Italian beauty shows off her amazing figure in a black swimsuit via her latest social media post, while boating. “Whatever you want to do, do it now… tomorrows are numbered,” she captioned the Instagram snaps. How does she stay in shape? Read on to see 5 ways Laura Cremaschi stays fit and the photos that prove they work — and to get yourself beach ready, don’t miss these essentials 30 Best Celebrity Swimsuit Photos!

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Laura loves to drink coffee. “Perfect mocha…Perfect, any occasion,” she captioned one of her many caffeine-inspired posts. According to science, drinking coffee is good for your health. A new 2022 study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology found that drinking two to three cups a day of most types of coffee – especially light to moderate consumption of ground, instant and decaffeinated coffee – can protect you from cardiovascular disease and one death. The researchers found “significant reductions” in the risk of coronary heart disease, congestive heart failure and stroke for all three types of coffee.

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Laura spends a lot of time at the gym. “I have to want it, I really want it! Only with this will we can overcome any obstacle,” she captioned a post from her workout. “Adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle-strengthening activity each week, according to current physical activity guidelines for Americans. We know that 150 minutes of activity workouts per week seem like a lot, but you don’t have to do it all at once,” the CDC explains.

Laura eats healthily most of the time but allows herself to indulge occasionally. She loves cakes, ice cream, pasta with creamy sauces and pizzas. “Sunday night is pizza,” she captioned a post.


Laura loves to play paddle tennis. “Second Padel class today 💪🏼 do you play?” she captioned a post of her fun outdoor workout.

“We must always be careful with books and what’s in them because words have the power to change us,” Laura captioned a post of herself reading a book. A Harvard study published in Social Science & Medicine found that people who regularly read books had a 20% lower risk of death over the next 12 years compared to people who do not read or read periodicals.

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